Things to do in Sydney

Date: 28th June 2013
Top 10 activities to do outdoors in Sydney

 

Swimming in the Boy Charlton : Swimmers have much to choose from in Sydney, with the ability to take a dip in the sea in the port or in public pools. The best is the heated pool located Andrew (Boy) Charlton, a favorite of the locals. Located right on the harbor, next to the botanical garden, has a café, massage suites and a swimming pool sheltered from the sun to take swimming lessons. 1C Mrs Maquaries Road.

 

Coastal walk from Bondi to Coogee : Wear a hat and wear sunscreen to walk this coastal path that winds between the cliffs that separate Coogee Bondi. The two-hour ride passes sound waves beaches for surfing of Tamarama and Bronte, by rock art sites made by Aborigines and the resting place of many famous Australians, Waverley Cemetery. Stop for coffee on the way and finish the ride with a well deserved swim in the protected waters of Coogee.

 

A round of golf at Moore Park : Make your back out on the links of Moore Park, near Paddington, just minutes from the Sydney central hotels. This public golf course of 18 holes is suitable for both beginners and advanced players and both from the rolling greens and the clubhouse restaurant you can see the silhouette of Sydney buildings silhouetted against the horizon.

 

Cycling at Centennial Park : Rent a bike at Centennial Park to join the energetic Sydney residents who travel on two wheels. The Grand Drive, a bike path four miles long, winds through the park and also has a special lane for beginners. All park trails are closed to vehicular traffic on Sundays, to allow more relaxed bike rides.

 

Snorkel in Shelly Beach : Sydney Underwater World is a magical place, so please flippers and diving goggles to see in the foreground the treasures of Shelly Beach in Manly. Look out fish, water dragons and octopuses and if really lucky, a little penguin swimming will cross in front of their eyes.

 

Surfing the waves of Bondi : Learn to surf at Bondi, the most famous beach in Australia or rent a table if you are an experienced mounted on the waves. Surf in the area marked and patrolled by lifeguards or wet your feet in the calm waters of marine natural pools Bondi.

 

Climb the Sydney Harbour Bridge : If you suffer from vertigo and is to rise to the occasion, dare to climb the curved arch of Sydney Harbour Bridge .. The climb takes an hour, through a series of steps, stairs and walkways, but the panoramic view of Sydney from the top of the bridge is well worth the effort.

 

Browse from Rushcutters Bay : Learn in a practical way Sydney Harbour from the deck of a yacht race. Learn to navigate the home of famous Sydney-Hobart race or just surf all day around the harbor without getting wet feet.

 

Inline skates in Manly : Inline skates are the most fun to move from coffee to the beach in Manly coastal walk. The skate rental includes protections and helmet and if rookie a lesson or two would suffice to go skate with the locals

 

Rugby League in Sydney Olympic Park : The Sydney sports fans mad when teams from New South Wales and Queensland are facing in the Olympic Park Stadium in the series of games by the State of Origin trophy and also on the occasion of the annual final of NRL (National League Rugby). Witness the passion of the fans when the South Sydney Rabbitohs play at home in their stadium, the Olympic Park, sometimes also with the support of team co-owner Russell Crowe.  

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