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Sydney Travel Guide

Sydney Kids Attractions

Boasting a plethora of outdoor activities and world-class attractions, Sydney is a fantastic place for children on holiday and parents will have a hard time choosing one from the huge list of activities and sights that are geared towards children.

While you''re down under, might as well take the kids to see all that is Australian at the Australian Reptile Park, including gigantic crocodiles, indigenous spiders, snakes, possums, kangaroos and of course, Tasmanian devils. Children will love exploring the park and discovering the exotic and indigenous animals.

The Australian Museum features everything kids love - fossils, dinosaurs, animals and plenty of other fascinating exhibits to look at. The Australian museum also features ''Kidspace'', especially for the little ones. This mini-museum will help expand their minds and show them about the history of nature in a fun and colourful way.

Calmsley Hill City Farm is a working farm is a must for parents with little ones. Kids will be able to watch cows being milked and the daily goings on of a farm, as well as getting to play and pet the animals. Kids can enjoy shows such as the sheep shearing show, working dog show, animal feeds and even tractor rides.

Children who visit the Featherdale Wildlife Park will be able to interact with and observe koalas, wallabies and emus up close and personal. Kids can have their photograph taken with one of these fuzzy animals and petting the koalas is also allowed here, something you won''t find anywhere else in New South Wales.

Royal Botanic Gardens

Royal Botanic Gardens

Sydney's 'green lung' is the 30-hectare botanical garden, established in 1816 and containing more than 7,500 species of plants. Australia's very first farm was on the site where the garden now...

Beaches

Beaches

One thing that is not in short supply in Sydney are beautiful Pacific Ocean beaches. Anywhere in the city, except perhaps in the far west suburbs, you will never be more than half an hour...

Sydney Wildlife World

Sydney Wildlife World

Attached to the Sydney Aquarium at Darling Harbour, the new fauna and flora attraction features a huge variety of native Australian plant and animal species in nine different habitats. A walkway...

Featherdale Wildlife Park

Featherdale Wildlife Park

Children who visit the Featherdale Wildlife Park will be able to interact with and observe koalas, wallabies and emus up close and personal. Kids can have their photograph taken with one of...

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