Life with kids in Sydney City
Zone Sky Zone is Australia’s best indoor trampoline park with hundreds of trampolines, all connected to form one massive trampoline that literally allows you to jump off the walls! Don't forget about the climbing wall too.
Discover something exciting on every corner this summer at the world premiere of How Cities Work interactive family exhibition, now open at the Museum of Sydney.
The West End's triumphant disaster. Will they ever make it to Neverland?
The Nicholson Museum is Australia's oldest University museum and home to the largest collection of antiquities in the Southern Hemisphere. Our gallery is located in the historic Main Quadrangle at the University of Sydney and open freely to the general public.
Kids just love exploring this secret garden and it's hidden pathways. It's a beautiful oasis in the heart of the city and a great place to visit when in the Darling Harbour area. They have wonderful daily activities just for kids too.
Penguin Expedition is the world first-of-its kind penguin exhibit where guests can get up close and personal to a spectacular colony of King and Gentoo Penguins at SEA LIFE Sydney Aquarium.
The Grounds of Alexandria impressed from the moment we arrived. Cafe, roastery, bar, eatery, organic gardens, markets, lemonade stalls, animal farm and kids enclosed play area.
A space to exercise your imagination. Nubo is a wonderful play and create centre for kids unlike any other.
Ice skating for all the family in Alexandria.
Get up-close and personal with your favourite celebrities and become the star of the story with their new immersive experiences.
Perched on one of the sandstone ledges that gave The Rocks its name, Susannah Place is a typically English row of ‘two up, two down’ terraces, each originally with basement cellars and kitchens, separate laundries and bathrooms. Between 1844 and 1990, over 100 families called these four terrace houses home, living lives inextricably linked to the vibrant world of the Rocks beyond their front doors.