Family attractions in Sydney

Hello, my family and I will be heading to Sydney and we wanted to know about some family attractions?  Thanks!

Posted By aholicreally on 31st March 2013

Updated : 22nd June 2013 | Words : 20 | Views : 8680 | Comments : 3

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Sydney attracts tourists from all over the world. With museums and galleries, historical sites, amusement parks, zoos, classy restaurants and cafes, music and entertainment, you will find yourself completely immersed in the vibrant ambience of the city. Enjoy the top notch performances at the world famous Sydney Opera House. A visit to nearby Bondi Beach simply cannot be missed.


Posted By Ellarich15 on Friday 21st June 2013 @ 20:45:34


Best weekend family activities can be found at some organic markets that i love going to myself. I usually spread it out over a few weeks.

Kings Cross Markets (Saturdays at Fitzroy Gardens near the famous fountain) have a playground for the littlies, fantastic food and drinks and board games you can play.

Orange Grove Markets in Lilyfield (Saturdays at Orange Grove Public School, Cnr Perry St & Balmain Road). Jumping castles and pony rides for kids, dancing to the musicians, AMAZING range of fair trade, food and more. The school also has a carboot sale which becomes part of the markets and these are like a trash-n-treasure

Rouse Hill Markets (Saturdays at Rouse Hill Market Square). MASSIVE slides to have a go on, nice girly things specially for the teens (incense, candles etc). Cool fruit and veg and yummy bacon & egg rolls.

Riverside Markets (Saturdays at Riverside Girls High, Gladesville). For the little ones a jumping castle. Love the pastries and teas they have there, also good range of plants to take home.

Marrickville Markets (Sundays at Addison Road Centre Marrickville): pony rides, jumping castles, magicians and face painting for the kids, big chess sets for the adults. Stacks of food and fair trade. Total mecca and boho

Frenchs Forest Markets (Sundays at Parkway Hotel). Early start, early finish but a definite family occasion. Great Food, great entertainment.

Posted By Jane on Thursday 16th May 2013 @ 09:07:52


Sydney has lots of nice places to visit with a family. A few of the attractions are
The Sydney Tower Eye, Hyde Park Barracks, Luna Park, The Powerhouse Museum, The Australian Museum.

Posted By pufuldin13 on Friday 5th April 2013 @ 17:56:10


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