Despite most of 2020 is a crazy ride, it looks like we might be able to have fun and COVID-safe events this summer! Of all the things to do in Sydney, we’ve picked some of our favourites that should be supremely fun and also safe for all.
Whether you’re a sports fan, beachgoer, art enthusiast, or not too sure what will tickle your fancy, we’ve got something for everyone to enjoy. Check it out…
Tri-Nations 2020 Round 6
If you’re a rugby union fan, you already know about this one. Round 6 of the Tri-Nations 2020 is taking place in Sydney, where spectators will watch on as Australia and Argentina battle it out on the pitch. The match could prove to be a series decider, so be sure to book your tickets ahead of time!
World Heritage Walking Tour
This awesome walking tour lets you explore the Old Government House in Parramatta, the hardly known Dairy Cottage Precinct, and a range of heritage artefacts from Australian history. The tour is most suitable for adults, and it’s recommended you wear comfortable walking shoes, too. Don’t forget to bring some refreshments!
Sydney Symphony Under the Stars
Taking place in late January 2021, the Sydney Symphony Under the Stars will be a popular and sublime event for young and old. The outdoor event will be free for all, but tickets are required to maintain a COVID-safe environment. Tickets are released in January, so register your interest now to avoid missing out.
Frozen the Musical
This one is for the kids! The latest Disney musical to take the world by storm is none other than Frozen, arriving in Australia in December 2020. The all-star Aussie cast and wonderful set design will spark joy in your little one and set the tone for a great summer holiday. Click here for more information about tickets.
Lindy Lee Art Exhibition
Australian-Chinese artists Lindy Lee will be exhibiting her meditative and inspiring works in her largest exhibition to date: “Moon in a Dew Drop”. Lindy Lee draws on her experience of living in between two cultures to inspire her work and ask interesting questions about art, culture, identity, and philosophy. More information is available here.
The truth is, there are so many wonderful things to do in Sydney in Summer 2020. The difficult part isn’t finding an event to attend, it’s picking one!
What will you be doing this summer in Sydney?