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    Default Things to do in NSW?

    Featherdale Wildlife Park, Fairfield City Farm, The Train Shed, Narragingy Reserve, Fagan Park, Butterfly Farm, Bicentennial Park bike riding.

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    Default Things to do in NSW?

    Blue Mountains, Wisemans Ferry.

    Windsor has the best ice cream and fish and chip shop too!

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    Jenolan Caves
    Cable ski park (next to Penrith Panthers)
    Penrith White Water
    Glenworth Valley

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    Default Things to do in NSW?

    You can also get the ferry from Parramatta into the city. On a nice sunny day there is nothing nicer.

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    Default Re: Things to do in NSW?

    Lollipops play land at castle hill which wouldnt take too long to get to from windsor (take windsor rd and keep going past rouse hill. Also like others have already said the train shed, powerhouse museum, leasure center at stanhope gardens...they have a wave pool thingy, luna park, sydney aquarium, taronga zoo, featherdale, and depending on their age (if they are young enough ) id suggest one of the babies proms at the sydney opera house. Hope you settle in to your new place and enjoy living in nsw

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    Wow seems there is tons to do! Thanks for the suggestions seems much more to do here than Vic but maybe thats because i never looked to much into what to do in Vic

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    Default Things to do in NSW?

    They have family public transport tickets you can get on Sundays. $2.50 for each adult and child, but you can go pretty much anywhere on trains/ buses/ ferries.
    Google "Family Funday Sunday" for info

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