1 - SEA LIFE Sydney Aquarium
The aquarium in Sydney is lots of fun for little ones and includes Glass Bottom Boats, Jurassic Seas, a Shark Walk and a look inside the Great Barrier Reef. It's an attraction not to be missed.
2 - Madame Tussauds Sydney
We LOVE Madame Tussauds and had lots of fun visiting Madame Tussauds Blackpool & Madame Tussauds London. My kids would love to get up close to the the likes of Wolverine, Steve Irwin and Spiderman (& more) who are all available to pose for photos at Madame Tussauds Sydney.
|Meeting Spiderman at Madame Tussauds London|
3 - Visit the Cinema
There is no better way to cool off and take a break from the sun than taking a trip to the cinema and it's an activity we often enjoy together during our holidays. Head down to Campbelltown movies and check out Event Cinemas for the latest blockbusters - we recommend Finding Dory.
4 - Hard Rock Cafe
Older kids and teens will think you're the coolest parents alive if you take them to the Hard Rock Cafe for lunch. Kids can feast on hot dogs, burgers, coke floats and hot fudge sundaes whilst browsing the amazing memorabilia on display.
5 - Powerhouse Museum
The Powerhouse Musum is a museum of applied arts and sciences and loads of fun for kids. Little ones will love the Wiggles exhibition and Egyptian mummies where as older children will be inspired by the Hadron Collider exhibition and 'Meet the Mars Robots'.
6 - Try Indoor Skydiving with iFly
Children as young as 3 can take part in this ultimate adventure for thrill-seeking kids where instructors will help those young and old to feel the thrill of flying through the air in this ultimate indoor experience. Prices are under $50 per child for two flights, cake and a video of your experience. Bargain!
7 - Sydney's Olympic Park Aquatic Centre
Part of Sydney's Olympic Park Aquatic Centre has been transformed into an epic water playground complete with slides, fountains, rapids and buckets. Kids will have lots of fun in this fantastic indoor water playground and it has to be the ULTIMATE way to cool off.
Let me know if you've ever travelled to Sydney and your suggestions for taking a break from the sun.
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