10 Things To Do In Sydney This Summer If You Hate The Beach
The sun is shining and you want to go out and play but the thought of sand between your toes makes you want to stay indoors and master the perfect profile pic.
Well Sydney's got plenty more on offer if you're not a fan of the sand and surf.
Check out these activities, sure to get you out of the house...
1 Lawn bowls
Grab a pair of flats, your best group of mates and head to a local outdoor bowling green.
For the serious contenders check out these locations
2 Sydney’s outdoor boutique pools
Get wet without all that pesky sand. Check out Andrew Boy Charlton lap pool in Woolloomooloo, the rooftop pool at the Old Clare Hotel in Chippendale and the iconic Bondi Icebergs pool, it's swimming with a side of spectacular scenery.
Get inspired as you wander through the Museum of Contemporary Art in The Rocks.
4 Brewery Tours
Become a beerspert (that's a beer expert) and jump on board one of Dave’s Brewery Tours, get an access all areas pass to Sydney's best craft beer breweries and sample what's on offer.
5 Finders Keepers markets
Check out the latest offerings from some of the most creative and clever local craft sellers in Sydney at the biannual Finder Keepers markets.
6 Outdoor festivals
Pull together your best boho outfit and dance under the setting sun. There's plenty to choose from no matter what your music taste may be. Check out these
7 Outdoor cinema
From pop up Ben & Jerry's Openair Cinemas to The Moonlight Cinema, you'll be spoilt for choice when you want to check out the last movies or take in the odd classic, Dirty Dancing - HELL YASSSS! Dates and locations here
8 Barangaroo precinct
Dine out in Sydney's new Barangaroo precinct. Discover the “The Streets” and sample unique menu of experiences.
9 Arquitectura de Feria
Remember what it was like to be a kid again and play at Parramatta’s pop-up fairground Arquitectura de Feria.
10 Twilight at Taronga
Say hi to the animals and stay for the music. The Taronga Zoo Summer Concert Series is back for 2016, from Thursday 28 January to Saturday 12 March, you can enjoy performances from a diverse lineup of artists.