02/10/2020 0 Comments

Re-explore Sydney with your little ones!

There has never been a better time to re-explore our own backyard and have a look at everything that Sydney has to offer. We’ve put together a quick list of some of the amazing places in Sydney that would be perfect to check out with your little one! Let us know where you get to!

Palm Beach

As the weather warms up why not head to Palm Beach to go for a quick swim, dine in at one of the amazing cafes, or explore the coastline walks! Palm Beach is filled with gorgeous boutiques, amazing places to eat and has such a beautiful coastline. It’s a perfect place to travel to with kids, with plenty of parking, great public transport, and places to rest.

Circular Quay

Take the ferry over to circular Quay and spend an afternoon exploring the beautiful harbourside area. Filled with plenty of restaurants, as well as a few shops, it’s a beautiful place to take kids to explore life by the sea. The ferry journey in makes this so much more exciting for little ones and we would highly recommend!

Rose Bay

The Rose bay area is a beautiful place to take little ones to explore. Be prepared for a few hills and inclines as you walk around exploring the coastline. If you’re feeling adventurous, the Rosebay to Watsons Bay walk takes in secluded beaches, parks and picturesque bays that any adult or kid will LOVE!


Head into Sydney Olympic Park for all things entertainment, sports and family fun. Located in Homebush, this area has pools, outdoor parks and plenty of activities that the kids will love. Check out the Aquatic Centre, which features an amazing kid friendly play area guaranteed to make any toddlers’ dreams come true.

Somewhere you’ve never been…

Instead of picking a place where you have already visited, why not choose an area that you have always wanted to see and take your little one along with you. This might mean a long car drive, or a visit to a coastline that you’ve never seen! We’d love to hear where you find yourself!

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