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Sydney Harbour Sydney, Australia 0.9 mi away
#1 of 531 things to do in Sydney
... and restaurants, museums, walkways, parks, cycling tracks, islands with their own historical importance, ferries and cruises, the enchanting night lights, .... It's the pulse of Sydney, very family friendly.
Nice and enjoyable place to visit with family and friends Great Resturant with good food with different taste Can walk enjoying the views and many tourists local and foreign Must visit place in Sydney and Australia
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Sydney Ferries Sydney, Australia 0.6 mi away
#5 of 531 things to do in Sydney
Visitors to Sydney will find hopping about on the harbour using Sydney ferries to be relaxing and refreshing as well as providing great destinations that families or couples will enjoy such as Manley, Watsons Bay,...
The kids loved the ferry and the ferries also make for great opportunities to take amazing pics or Sydney's most iconic sites like the bridge and the opera house.
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Darling Harbour Sydney, Australia 0.3 mi away
#6 of 531 things to do in Sydney
you can also visit the naval ships submarines and the naval museum ,there is also the beautiful Chinese gardens ,has a terrific park for children with a carousel ,in the warmer months kids can play with the water...
with the newly refurbished park and playground area, families can ensure little ones are fully entertained and active while mum and dad are enjoying lunch or a quick bite to eat in the many eateries along the way.
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Balmoral Balmoral
#1 of 2 things to do in Balmoral
Balmoral is a wonderful family friendly spot with lots of places to eat and drink, a sea pool, shady beach plus a wonderful & safe playground for the little ones PLUS you can swim, canoe, kayak or sail just off sh...
Probably the best in shore beach I have seen, Balmoral is great to chill, is especially good for families as there are limited waves, and has great amenities at hand - whether its loo's or showers, or cafes etc. P...
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Taronga Zoo
#3 of 13 things to do in Mosman
We took the fairy from darling Harbour to the Taronga Zoo the kids enjoyed the ride and the fun began with the cable cart ride into the Zoo! It’s very organised clean and full of interesting and amazing Animal and...
Kids and adults (us) loved the zoo so much to see and really the view is just gorgeous , its a great place of sydney to must see , monkeys were so funny ,took the ferry so that was so beautiful looking around the...
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Chinamans Beach
#5 of 13 things to do in Mosman
As a place for family picnics it is hard to beat: a beautiful and safe sandy beach with clean water, a large grassy park behind the beach for kids to explore - plus there is a good playground, too.
There are rockpools for the kids to explore, gentle waves to play in and the all important Ice Cream Boat for an icy treat on a hot day - so very Australian...
Clifton Gardens
#6 of 13 things to do in Mosman
Clifton Gardens has been a favoured summer picnic spot for Sydney families for generations, and for very good reasons: a beautiful, safe stretch of sandy beach with netted harbour pool, plenty of grassy areas and...
... suburbs, a sandy and sheltered harbour beach and netted pool (from which fishing is permitted), picnic tables, toilet facilities, a terrific playground for kids and plenty of space for them to run and play.
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Sydney Harbour National Park
#4 of 13 things to do in Mosman
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Shelly Beach Manly 7.0 mi away
#1 of 32 things to do in Manly
Secluded and calm, perfect for an afternoon dip or playing with the kids, attractive rock formations on the Northern Side and a walking trail back to Manly from the Southern end.
This is a lovely sheltered beach, great for young kids, a short scenic coastal walk from Manly beach, we had to take a short detour (along Bower St) as part of the coastal path was being repaired after the storm d...
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Bondi to Coogee Beach Coastal Walk Sydney, Australia 4.6 mi away
#2 of 531 things to do in Sydney
Amazing view, brilliant sculptures, pop up cafe - I try and make it every year on my birthday to see sculptures by the sea and walk at least part of Bondi to coogee (since kids it gets shorter each year).
Overall this was a great walk and really good weather also helped The tracks take you through parks and public space with gave a lovely insight into family life in Sydney with games and recreation for all Views we...
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Nielsen Park Vaucluse, Australia 3.8 mi away
#1 of 11 things to do in Vaucluse
Nielsen Park is very popular, especially on the weekend, when families/people come out with their picnic gear and spend the whole day in the shade of those magnificent trees and or go for a swim.
Having visited the park on many many occasions as a child and beyond, can vouch for the pools' safety, beautiful surrounding park, the iconic and historic Vaucluse House offering interest for all the family and ov...
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Royal Botanic Garden Sydney Sydney, Australia 0.7 mi away
#10 of 531 things to do in Sydney
I loved this oversized beauty it's just fabulous a must see for everyone ,there is a good cafe in the gardens and a gallery it's peaceful and a really good place to go with children or couples just to visit one of...
There are so many facets to this emerald gem - it's great for a leisurely stroll, kids can let off steam, lovers can find a secret place & families can sit on the grass and enjoy the scenery.
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Australian National Maritime Museum Sydney, Australia 0.5 mi away
#30 of 531 things to do in Sydney
The museum is a lovely spot we go to often, yet if you have small kids & it is raining it is even more amazing... it has a lovely little play area that you can take your child to, before, after exploring the museum.
This museum is suitable for all ages there is something for everyone all the exhibitions are fantastic,the 3D movies are great if traveling with young children they have a special play area that provides them with...
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Centennial Park Sydney, Australia 2.4 mi away
#26 of 531 things to do in Sydney
Wide open spaces, awesome trees, blooming flowers, multiple lakes full of bird life, historic sites, statues, sporting fields, flat & cross country tracks, horse riding, cafes, kids play areas, moonlight cinema, t...
This well-maintained park ticks all 'family' boxes: it has a lovely choice of exciting and innovative playgrounds, vast areas to play sports, have picnics, to host big or small family events (fee might be involved...
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Bronte Beach Bronte 4.2 mi away
#1 of 4 things to do in Bronte
Bronte is a truly stunning beach with a lovely green park behind it that offers BBQ areas and an awesome kids playground The beach also has an abundance of cafes on its south side.
Although we didnt stay long here (walking the Bondi to Coogee coastal walk) this beach is in a great setting enclosed by sandstone cliffs and is family friendly.
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Manly Beach Sydney, Australia 6.8 mi away
#25 of 531 things to do in Sydney
Lots of nice little stores, lots of places to stop for a snack or simple lunch (with local fish), playgrounds for kids, bike and walking trails, but most of all a clean, wide and beautiful beach with decent waves...
There is a great outdoor mall area with interesting shopping and great eating options, the sand is lovely and there is shade on the grass and a playground for the little ones - a great spot for families!
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The Opera House to the Botanic Gardens Walk Sydney, Australia 0.8 mi away
#8 of 531 things to do in Sydney
... to the Opera house Everything is very well maintained and there are several exits so you can dip in and out There are different walks and guided tours including a touch and taste and lots of kids activity’s
Kids can run, read about the plants, watch the ducks and the pond and finish off at the beautiful cafe within the gardens for an easy lunch!! Highly recommend it.
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Maroubra Beach Maroubra 6.0 mi away
#1 of 13 things to do in Maroubra
Great beach, very big and open, lots of room for everyone to enjoy, parks and grassland for families and patrolled beach during Summer.
4) abundance of rock pools for the little ones to explore 5) underdeveloped and adjacent to unspoiled reserve 6) great transport 7) FREE PARKING! 8) popular playground for the kids.
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Champagne Sailing Sydney Clontarf 5.0 mi away
#1 of 3 things to do in Clontarf
We've also had a fun family day out on seascape , stopping at store beach, swimming snorkelling and paddle boarding ( provided by champagne sailing).
We pulled up at a bay and the kids did some paddle boarding, some adults went for a swim and some just sat back on the boat taking in the beautiful harbour views.
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Circus Arts Homebush 8.2 mi away
#1 of 7 things to do in Homebush
They were a little daunted a first but the instructors were very encouraging and broke the skills down into manageable steps so that the kids were able to do the 'catch and release' trapezing by the end of the les...
Friendly staff, made my teenage child feel comfortable and safe due to being his 1st time .. Will definitely do again and recomend to all family and friends !!!!
Circular Quay Sydney, Australia 0.6 mi away
#34 of 531 things to do in Sydney
A long stretch of footpath for couples, families to enjoy an evening stroll, with the perfect view of the opera house and harbour bridge and when you’re lucky, you’ll get a full rainbow view like we did!
It has what tourist, especially traveling with small children like to do, Sydney Zoo, Wax Museum, Airplane Museum etc. Catch a happy hour but note: Aussies love their happy hours so go a little early to catch a ta...
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Powerhouse Museum Sydney, Australia 0.7 mi away
#37 of 531 things to do in Sydney
Decided to take the family to the powerhouse museum and im glad i did it was a wonderful day it was a day of learning and the wiggles display was the kids favorite highly recommended
Amazing displays, most interactive where kids have a blast while learning about kinetic energy, magnets, transportation modes and a whole lot of kiddy stuff in Wiggles.
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Wendy Whiteley's Secret Garden North Sydney 1.9 mi away
#1 of 29 things to do in North Sydney
Rain or shine, find families, couples or those coming by themselves for a bit of solitude and reflection in a charming, rustic, sub-tropical garden.
If you are at Luna Park with the kids and need a few minutes of quiet relaxation to yourself, this little secret is a beautiful spot to do just that.
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Coogee Beach Sydney, Australia 4.1 mi away
#35 of 531 things to do in Sydney
A nice spot too is in Wolseley rd, if you keep walking little path from beach through kids area you can go to cliff tops and good view of 'wedding cake island"
If you're after a family friendly beach where you feel comfortable in your bathers (unlike some beaches nearby), then this is the place for you.
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South Head Heritage Trail Watsons Bay, Australia 4.9 mi away
#1 of 12 things to do in Watsons Bay
Beware before going down to Lady Bay Beach with children, it is a well supported nudist beach.
We enjoyed the walk and so did our kids.
Sydney Opera House Sydney, Australia 1.0 mi away
#3 of 531 things to do in Sydney
... Bridge, Lunar Park and Fort Denison, the Sydney Opera House provides a premium venue for symphony concerts, modern music, drama, comedy and dance performances, as well as activities for families with children.
Our guide, David, quickly built a connection with the kids (there were six in total on the tour) and took us on a wonderful tour round the venue that was informative and fun.
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Hyde Park Sydney, Australia 0.3 mi away
#52 of 531 things to do in Sydney
If in Sydney with young kids this is a must visit for a low cost few hours, has great walks, sculptures, water fountains, war memorial, ice creams, chess and coffee.
The park is full of art and hidden treasures, the sunken Sandringham gardens are a great place to spend a shady afternoon with the kids splashing about in the cool water of the central fountain feature.
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Manly Scenic Walkway Sydney, Australia 6.9 mi away
#11 of 531 things to do in Sydney
Great walk after the ferry over from Sydney - nice walk along the shore with opportunities for kids to explore rocks, rock pools and beaches (plus a saltwater pool) and parents to soak up the sun and views
Fun for the entire family if you want to experience the natural swimming pools by the coast line or listen to the young musicians down town or just simply to enjoy an amazing meal at one of the restaurants on the...
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Clovelly Beach Sydney, Australia 4.1 mi away
#47 of 531 things to do in Sydney
Awesome beach with lots of free parking but also lots of fun for kids in shallow water strip.Life guard on duty and keep watching all the time during the day.
It is an absolute gem for families being protected and very safe and is ideal for snorkeling.
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Watsons Bay Sydney, Australia 0.8 mi away
#23 of 531 things to do in Sydney
My family and I love going to Watsons Bay on the Ferry from Circular Quay any time of the year.The scenery is always amazing, a walk along the promenade is calming and the kids love the park.
... and the view from the ferry is transfixing ,,, watsons bay is stunning calm water that you and young children can swim in soft white sand quiet streets beautiful little and big houses , it is accesssble by bus...
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