Whether you are a local or just planning a visit to Sydney here are 10 unusual fun things to do in Sydney that don’t involve a museum or the opera house. This may just surprise you.
There are no shortage of beachside offerings in Sydney. Let’s start with a view of Bondi Beach below. Beautiful isn’t it?
Yes, well we are moving on now because if you are visiting Sydney or looking for something new then Bondi is off the list today, but for other days, check the link attached.
Let’s start with something that involves seawater. If you get up really early you can get a birds eye view of the fish auctions at the Sydney Fish Market then get a guided tour around the amazing array of seafood on the auction floor. It is the biggest market in the southern hemisphere and has the third biggest variety of seafood species for sale in a marketplace in the world. Surprisingly at least 56% of the catch comes from NSW waters and 29% from interstate. The remainder is imported from overseas, mainly New Zealand. Around 55,000 kg of fish a day is sold. This also puts you in pole position for being first in the line for lunch. Here at the markets there are many outlets selling cooked and raw seafood ready to eat on the spot. Warning it gets crowded AND take a very empty stomach with you.