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A Day for Play – Best Kid-Friendly Destinations in Sydney

Sydney is a city filled with attractions and activities. You’ll find ample of kid-friendly things to do in Sydney that’ll keep your entire family amused. The best part about these places is that most of them are situated close by and can easily be accessed by public transport or private vehicle. The visits to most of these places are chargeable while others are free of cost. You can still have the time of your life with your family at these top kid-friendly destinations in Sydney.
To begin with, here are some of the must-visits on your family trip to Sydney:
• The Sydney Tower Eye
• Luna Park Sydney
• Taronga Zoo
• The Powerhouse Museum
• The Australian Museum

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Luna Park Sydney © Thorsten | Dreamstime Stock Photos & Stock Free Images

Let your children value the wonders of science and space – take them to a virtual tour of the space at the Sydney Observatory in the Rocks. Head off to on an unusual expedition of discovery at the Darling Harbour. There, you can’t go wrong with the idea of visiting world’s largest IMAX Theatre where your kids will love watching their favorite kid’s movie in 3D. Also, try visiting the Darling Park and the Sydney Aquarium nearby. It has some of the most astounding all-Australian aquatic collection within.
For some wow moments, take your children to the Sydney Tower Eye and enjoy several splendid Sydney views up there. Did you know that it is the tallest structure in the city that stands 250 meters tall! If you want your kids to be wowed by another beauty, take them to Manly. It is a child-friendly and one of Sydney’s most popular seaside destinations. One of the most easiest and fun way of getting there is via a ferry ride. Please note to check the Sydney weather at least a day before hitting the beach with kids, for safety reasons.
If your kids love the idea of visiting museums, then you must take them to the Powerhouse Museum, Australian Museum, and the Justice and Police Museum. The Powerhouse Museum has over 250 interactive exhibits featuring an assembly of scientific and technical genius. The Australian Museum has a unique kids’ program and a special area for kid’s under-five. The Sydney Opera House has a kids program too to keep them occupied, so take along your kids for some fun. You can also them out to the Madame Tussauds wax museum at Darling Harbour where they’ll get to see their favorite stars waxed withflawlessness.
Want to have a treat that kids would love to talk about even long after the holidays are over, then head off towards Luna Park. Luna Park is a vintage attraction filled with thrilling rides, scenic visuals, amazing food, and a carnival like atmosphere. If a trip for your kids means going on every ride five times and screaming their hearts outthen this is the place for you. It’s a place that promises fun and excitement for everyone.
If your children love to see animals, Taronga Zoo is where you should take them. The place is full of animals and one of the best in Sydney. Constellation at King George Park is one of Sydney’s best parks that’ll keep your kids on their toes. Children will enjoy their time in the park with swings and a sand pit close by. Plus, you could head on for some picnic time with your kids at the Centennial Parkor the Royal Botanical Gardens. Both are great alternatives if you wish to enjoy a fun-filled day activity with your kids. Alternatively, you could take a ferry to the Sydney Harbor and enjoy the beauty of Sydney with your kids. The weather in Sydney is generally very pleasant and comfortable inviting a lot of visitors all year round to appreciate its beauty.
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