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    Default Sydney!

    Not a big international holiday but in a couple of months we are going to sydney for a week. What are some family friendly things to do/ places to go?


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    How old are your kids? Will you have a car?

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    One child, will be about 19-20 months old.


    Mummy (24) + Daddy (26) + Baby (16 mths) happy family, trying to expand since October 2013

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    & yes we will have a car.


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    Things in the city to do with kids...

    Sydney aquarium and Wild life Sydney zoo. Both near darling harbour
    Darling harbour/Tumbalong Park
    Manly aquarium
    Taronga zoo
    Can catch a ferry to manly and zoo

    Homebush aquatic centre is really good fun

    Sydney park is also really good fun but you'll need to drive

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    Definitely the zoo & the aquarium for that age, and good for grown-ups too!

    The powerhouse museum has a permanent Wiggles exhibition that DD absolutely loved at around 2 yrs old.

    The park in Darling Harbour is great and some really nice lunch options around there too.

    Keep an eye on all the museums as they often have kid-friendly exhibitions on.

    Also, go check out some of the beaches, I'm not a huge fan of Bondi or Manly as they're too busy, but there are lots of nice spots elsewhere.

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    Clontarf beach for a picnic and a swim great spot for families


 

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