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  1. #11
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    Jan 2010
    Quote Originally Posted by Hulahoop View Post
    I find aqua pricey for the amount of time that the kids want to be there, but maybe that's just me.

    Kings Park in both the Stickybeaks area and Rio Tinto play zone are awesome, the zoo is great, look at The local govt websites - freo, perth, nedlands, Claremont, mosman park, subiaco - all areas between freo and perth. All the websites would be www.fremantle.wa.gov.au format.

    there are drive ins at Kingsley and usually have a kids movie on which is kind of cool if you don't have one near you, take deck chairs and bean bags and dinner with you.

    Hope you enjoy yourselves!
    That is so cool! I have never been to a drive in.

  2. #12
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    There is plenty of activities to do around perth in the Kids in Perth newspaper which is free and available at most shopping centres around Perth. Heres the link to their online page http://issuu.com/kidsinperth/docs/kipsep12 .
    I forgot there was still a drive in cinema but its a bit of a drive from Freo and takes about 40 mins if the traffic is really good.
    On the weekends in Freo they have a fair sort of set up (merry go round and rides)at the esplanade which is the main park near the centre of freo and this is also near some very nice restaurants one of which is Little Creatures and they have a small sandpit and play area for the kids overlooking the habour and the adults can partake in some of the locally brewed beverages and delish pizzas. This is also walking distance to some lovely beaches where the kids can play and paths that lead to other attractions like the maritime museum and the round house. There is the freo markets too which have fresh fruit and vege and a variety of products like ugg boots and jewellery etc and its all in walking distance of the other places I have mentioned.
    The zoo is good and you can easliy spend the whole day there and Kings Park is great for the views of the city and river.

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