5 Cheap Dates In Sydney Under $50

Getting a second date can often be difficult to achieve, especially if the atmosphere isn’t that great to begin with. Avoid breaking the bank with these five fun date ideas which won’t have you maxing-out those credit cards after all. 

Glebe markets

Where: Glebe Public School, Glebe Point Road 

Dress: Casual (Birkenstocks + boyfriend jeans will suffice for a day in the sun).

Drop by Glebe markets early on a Saturday morning to sample some gourmet foods, shop-up a storm from vintage as well as up-and-coming designers, and relax on the lawn and listen to some live music.

Gelato Messina

Where: Darlinghurst, Surry Hills, Pyrmont (The Star), Bondi, Parramatta

Dress: Anything you want! Dress up your outfit with some cute ankle boots

With now 5 locations across Sydney, there’s no better time to grab a cup (or cone) of delicious dessert than at Gelato Messina. Keep your eyes peeled for the specials board, which features yummy concoctions around for a limited time only!

The Winery

Where: 285A Crown Street, Surry Hills

Dress: Leather skirt, cute clutch and a smart blazer with fun accessories

The Winery is the perfect meeting place for that first date – food and drinks are modestly priced and it’s just a stones throw away from the CBD. Be sure to try the giggly rose if you want something arty to post on Instagram (next to your hot date of course).

Picnic

Where: Blackwattle Bay Park, Cockatoo Island, McKell Park, Mrs Macquaries Chair

Dress: Jeans, shorts, handbag, and make sure to wear flats

What better way to enjoy the Sydney spring weather than to have a picnic outside! Pack your snacks (and wine), bring along the trusty picnic blanket and get to know your date in a relaxing setting.

Urban Pasta

Where: Barrangaroo, Walsh Bay

Dress: Wear comfortable walking shoes!

Food trucks have become one of the biggest trends of the year, with hundreds of people lining up for a taste of street food. Catch the next Urban Pasta food truck between 12-2pm for delicious cup of pasta.

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