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    Quote Originally Posted by misho View Post
    Do you have a little boy?

    'The train shed'. Out in the middle of nowhere but it has ride on Thomas trains.

    My kids's most fave thing ever.

    Thought I'd mention it coz you have a car
    Middle of no where hahahaha!! I live right near there :-P

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    Thirlmere train works

    Sydney park! (Down near Newtown way at St Peters) great play area.

    Darling harbour kids play area is awesome.

    .... There's endless awesome kid stuff in Sydney.

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    We went to the Australian Museum this weekend for the T-Rex exhibition and play area and 2.5yo DD loved it!

    There's a permanent wiggles exhibition at the powerhouse that she loves too.

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    The Koala Sanctuary at West Pennant Hills.

    If youre looking for something free and close Yamble Reserve in North Ryde, Quarry St is very good. Its designed for little kids and disabled children. I used to go there regularly when I lived in Marsfield. If it's raining, there is a good indoor play centre at Macquarie Centre, called Chuipmunks.

    Kuringgai National Park is about 40min up Lane Cove Rd.

    And i second Taronga Zoo, the Powerhouse Museum, the Australian Museum, and TrainWorks in Thirlmere. My DS wasn't interested in the aquarium when we took him at 21months.

    Thats all I can think of for the moment.

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    Quote Originally Posted by JR03 View Post
    Middle of no where hahahaha!! I live right near there :-P
    I actually quite like it out there, but it is far from where I live

    And yes OP, Thirlmere train works are great as well!

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    There is a miniature train ride place at West Ryde (though may only run every 2nd weekend). http://www.slsls.asn.au/ There is a good toddler/child area at Sydney Olympic Aquatic Centre at Homebush (not too far from North Ryde) with lots of water slide/water cannons/water buckets etc. Also not sure of your dates but Vivid is on during May/June which is an awesome (and free) night time light event. As you have a car, you could drive down Mona Vale Road towards the northern beaches. Obviously lots of beaches some with fenced park areas and bbq facilities. Also google Sydney markets. There are lots of awesome markets which are 'strollable' with a toddler.
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