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    Default Toddler friendly things to do in Sydney

    We're off to Sydney this weekend, staying in the cbd. Hubby will be working during the days so after some toddler and baby friendly things to do, DS likes to run around so anywhere indoors he could do that would be AÇE!!
    Also any suggestions on places to go for diner would be greatly appreciated thamks

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    If the weather is good, Darling Harbour has an awesome park for kids now. Lots of great restaurants around there too. Taronga Zoo is a ferry ride from circular quay. Not sure if a toddler will get much out of the powerhouse museum.

    What sort of place are you looking for for dinner? There are so many great places to eat here!!

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    unfortunately the main priority is toddler friendly so something with a play area.... Oh how I used to love food, restaurant food plated beautifully and enjoyed hot... mmm...

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    There's Sydney aquarium and the little zoo next door to the aquarium which is indoors. I think it's called Wildlife World... Not too sure.

    Powerhouse Museum
    National Maritime Museum

    I think that Hoyts cinemas play movies for toddlers from 10am.. Tickets are only $7 or something like that.

    Check out this website as well http://http://www.au.timeout.com/sydney/kids

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    I'm not sure if powerhouse museum has the wiggles exhibit still but if they do definitely go to that. My 2 yr old loved it!
    Also the park in Darling Harbour is fantastic! So much to do there. The zoo is a short trip on the ferry or the aquarium may hold a toddlers attention for a while.

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