Catch a feature film, eat $1 pizza slices, discover free art - all without breaking your bank.
As Sydney begins to open up again to its locals and tourists, businesses are bustling and bustling to promote themselves; and it can be hard to filter through everything to find affordable activities. If you're looking for something to do that won't break the bank, here are our top recommendations for things to do under $10 in Sydney from having your fill of $1 pizza to catching free films in the centre of Sydney.
Say goodbye with $1 pizza slices
Closing at mid-2022, there is only a short amount of time until Frankie's Pizza is closing up, due to a new Metro station being created. To commemorate their legacy, they're doing $1 pizza slices every single day during their happy hours between 4 to 6 pm. Immerse yourself in one of Sydney's friendliest rock and roll bars with live music and comfortable leather chairs.
Grab a drink at happy hours across CBD
There are so many amazing bars across the city with varying happy hour times, so slip back into your chair and enjoy a sip of something refreshing. You can get tap wine, prosecco, or bottled beer for $6 at Bopp and Tone; $6 pints, wines and house spirits at El Loco which is located behind Excelsior Hotel in Surry Hills, they also $5 tacos on Tuesdays, and $1 on Thursdays.
Learn more about Asian culture through art
Take a walk through White Rabbit Gallery and discover one of the world's most significant collections of Chinese contemporary art. Entry is completely free and there are live exhibitions, moving animations and all sorts of different art to view. Walk through the four floors of thought-provoking art, all created by Asian artists who are sharing their thoughts and creativity with the world.
Catch a free film at an outdoor cinema
Available at The Rocks, LaneWay Cinema is the most convenient outdoor cinema to visit and is only available until the 30th of March 2022! Sit down on one of their many bean bags and catch a different film every Wednesday night with a friend. If you can't find a bean bag, luckily the grass is quite soft, so don't be afraid to sit on the soft grass. You can catch many major films such as The Holiday, Love Actually and Lethal Weapon.
Walk to popular hotspots on a self-guided tour
You can take a short experience with FreeGuides around the CBD and discover all the famous bars, murals, alleyways that you might not have known about before. All the tours are free in-app and are a great way to spend your day! Learn about their history and how it came to be by reading in-app descriptions that only locals could know. Some of our personal favourites to discover are Hidden Bar Hopping, Graffiti Art Tour of Redfern.