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21 May 2019 15:57:18
A buzzing strip of family-friendly restaurants and attractions? Tick! All overlooking the dazzling waters with an iconic Sydney skyline backdrop? It’s the cherry on top. Darling Harbour is the place to go for a perfect family day out in Sydney. Here are the highlights.
The underwater world is always enticing with its mysterious depths, colours and creatures. Odd shapes and characterful faces swimming all around and over you is enough to tickle the curious and creative minds of all your family members. Whether it’s your first or your tenth visit, SEA LIFE Sydney Aquarium showcases the magnificent world beneath the surface. Did you know you can suit up in sub-Antarctic snow gear and step on the ice to meet our penguin colony? And you can also discover ancient fossils and learn all about conservation.
Not only will you meet the stars in the form of lifelike wax figures, but you’ll also learn loads about Australian pop culture too. Discover all about the country’s favourite stars through the interactive experiences; plenty of family belly laughs, dances, cheers, and heaps of family selfies. You’ll also meet your celebrity favourites from around the globe. There’s always something surprising around the corner; help save the world with Marvel superheroes or have breakfast with Audrey Hepburn.
WILD LIFE Sydney Zoo brings together a host of our iconic Australian animals. As well as the must-see Aussie Big 5 (koalas, kangaroos, saltwater crocodile, wombat and platypuses), you can check out the other unique habitat zones. Nightfall lets you see night animals during the day, and Butterfly Tropics will make all your fairy-like greenery dreams come true. Plus, there are daily talks and feeds, so check out the schedule so everyone gets to meet their favourite animals.
The Sydney Tower Eye observation deck is location 250 metres above the city streets, where you can enjoy unrivalled, 360-degree views of Sydney. Can you get the kids to name all the famous sights? Who knows which direction home is? Sydney Tower Eye also provides interesting facts about historic places, and you can get a feel for why Sydney is on the map alongside megacities like London and New York.
As well as a great place to walk, run and play, if you want to rest, there’s also plenty of family-friendly restaurants by the water. Want to get active? There’s an innovative kids playground at Darling Quarter fit with jumbo swings, tightropes and fun fountains to cool down during summer.