Sunday Funday!….Sydney 18


During the week two of the older girls came up with the idea to travel to Sydney on the train taking advantage of “Sunday Funday” ($2.50each travel on all NSW transport for the entire day!) and without any set plans, wander around the city and see what they could find.

Well with no plans of my own for Sunday I decided to jump on board and tag along with the same idea, no specific plans just seeing how far the younger kids and I could travel on $2.50 each and what we could experience.

From Central station we split up, meeting back later in the day at the same spot to share our experiences with each other! With so much to see in Sydney it was no surprise that we all had different stories to tell!

Check out the photos from the day!

Jay’s, Ivy’s and My day!

sydney harbour bridge

Catching the Ferries in Sydney gives you the best view of the Harbour!

First stop was Luna Park! Lots of rides and a great view of the Harbour!

First stop was Luna Park! Lots of rides and great views!

manly beach

Manly Beach was the next stop! A short ferry ride and soon we were having icecream!

contemporary art museum

The Sydney Museum of Contemporary art is right beside Circular Quay and entry is free!

sydney opera house

Loved people watching on the steps of the Sydney Opera house! a Sydney icon!

Street performers are every where to entertain you at Circular quay!

Street performers are every where to entertain you at Circular quay!

opal card

Using the Opal card is easy…and for $2.50 on a Sunday it allows you to travel on all public transport around Sydney!

and here’s Jasmine and Laura’s day!

Chinatown for a yummy meal!

Chinatown for a yummy meal!

This bike at Darling Harbour allows you to charge you devices as long as you pedal!

This bike at Darling Harbour allows you to charge you devices as long as you pedal!

Along the way they came across sculptures at Barangaroo reserve!

Along the way they came across sculptures at Barangaroo reserve!

With daffodil day approaching the cancer council had an exhibiton for hope on the lawn near the bridge.

With daffodil day approaching the cancer council had an exhibition for hope on the lawn near the bridge.

Sitting outside government house.

Sitting outside government house.

Visiting the State library!

Visiting the State library!

Walking through Hyde park on the way back to the station!

Walking through Hyde park on the way back to the station!

So that was our day!

We all had a cheap, interesting and exhausting day!

What is your favourite, cheap place to visit and explore in Sydney?

Safe Travels!

Kerrie

 

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