On Tuesday, December 31 we have most of the day free to explore Sydney. Although we have so much free time on this day I’m sure most businesses will be closing early so their employees can enjoy New Year’s Eve as well. I researched some free things to do this day that should also be open to the public all day long. Sydney has a lot of hiking trails and one of the most popular is the Coogee to Bondi walk. This is a 6km path along the most popular beaches of Sydney which takes about 2-3 hours to walk one way. Along the walk, there are several cafes to stop at and places to swim including the international landmark pool, Bondi Iceberg Club. The Bondi Iceberg Club is a large swimming pool located along the beach for visitors and residents to enjoy a swim with beautiful views. The Bondi Iceberg Club includes and a restaurant and it is only $7 for adults to swim. I think it would be fun to walk to the coast to the Bondi Iceberg Club although it is a long walk you do not have to walk the full distance. The Bondi Iceberg Club and the Coogee to Bondi walk are easy to get to by bus or train. I attached some links below.
Free things to do in Sydney and details about Coogee to Bondi walk:
What to do in Sydney:
Bondi Iceberg Club: