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Things to Do or See with Friends in Sydney 2022

Author: Calvin Candie
by Calvin Candie
Posted: Sep 08, 2022

From classic Sydney experiences to under-the-radar group activities, this is the ultimate ‘things to do with friends’ blog you’ll need in 2022. Let’s be real, Sydney’s got it all, and it doesn’t matter if it's your first or 21st visit here, you’ll find plenty of things to do and see that will help you experience the city from every possible angle. We have scoured the city multiple times for you and found some of the most exciting group activities to do in 2022, so check them out below if you're looking to have a good time with your friends in the Emerald City.

Live it up with a boat rental on Sydney Harbour

The quintessential way to celebrate life in Sydney is to take it to the waters on a private yacht or boat on Sydney Harbour. Live the dream - rent out your own private yacht, customise it with your preferences and budget and have a ball with your friends. Feast on mouth-watering flavours and sip on your favourite drinks as you soak up the epic views of Sydney and its harbourfront attractions including the Opera House, Harbour Bridge, Fort Denison and much more. It’s the perfect backdrop to kick back and relax with your favourites. Another major drawcard is that you get to choose from top-quality vessels like superyachts, glass boats, catamarans, party boats etc, all of them built with exceptional nautical standards, making your boat charter in Sydney all the more epic.

Check out Carriageworks

Erupted in the early 1880s, Carriageworks is a quirky and cavernous space within the Eveleigh Rail Yards, which is now a famous social venue hosting everything from theatre, dance, art, cultural festivals and weekend markets. It’s a great venue to explore with friends and basically all you need to do is show up. Just find out what events are on while you're in the city and go regardless of whether you're familiar with it or not. Festivals like Sydney Contemporary and The Festival of Dangerous Ideas are some of the highly-anticipated upcoming events coming to shake this place up. You can even choose to show up on the weeknds to get a glimpse of the Carriageworks Farmers Market which features some of the freshest seasonal local produce, and growers in NSW.

Do the Hermitage Foreshore Walk

If you're looking to capture truly unique angles of Sydney and its massive harbour, then this short and chill walking trail might be best for you. The 1.8km, hermitage Foreshore Walk offers unrivalled views of the Opera House, the Bridge, Shark Island and a heritage-listed mansion built centuries ago. It’s better to do the walk early in the morning or late in the evening to avoid the midday heat, going during sunset is an added bonus. There are also a couple of stunning beaches along the walk, so be sure to pack your swimmers along with your walking shoes and camera.

Catch a game at an iconic venue

There's no better way to spend time than going to your favourite game with your mates. The Sydney Cricket Grounds is renowned across the country for hosting some of the most iconic matches in Australian cricket history. Even if it isn't the cricket season, you can catch plenty of other sports like AFL or rugby. You can learn all about Australian football by going to a game at this location. Just put on a hat, buy a team jersey and join the fun! You can even sense a comradery between the fans which make it all the more friendly and convivial. So check out what’s on and be part of the exciting action.

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Author: Calvin Candie

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