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A Parent's Guide To Keeping Your Kids Happy On The Australian Holiday Of A Lifetime

Planning a trip to Australia with the family takes a lot more effort than visiting other countries, and so you’ll need to do a significant amount of research to ensure you get the most out of your holiday. This country is so vast that you’ll never get bored, so long as you plan your days in advance and stick to a schedule. Obviously, some people might find this a little excessive for a time when they’re supposed to be relaxing, but the land down under isn’t really that kind of place. This is the perfect location for an adventure, so make sure both you, and your children have the best time possible.

With that in mind, this post will talk you through some of the main attractions your little ones will find interesting and fun. Of course, you’ll need to arrange a hire car to guarantee you’ve got enough time to reach them all, but as this can be done in advance, there’s no hassle there. Even if the hire company insists on leaving your vehicle at your arrival place, don’t worry too much, as short term parking at Melbourne airport is very cheap indeed.

Wet & Wild - Sydney
So long as your children are able to swim sufficiently, booking some tickets for Australia’s number one waterpark is essential. Here, you’ll find some of the coolest and most exciting slides in the world, and the attraction is so large that you’ll never spend more than a couple of minutes queuing for anything. Also, there are a number of good restaurants on site, so when you’re feeling a little tired, you won’t have to walk very far to find somewhere relaxing that you purchase a decent meal.

Sir Thomas Planetarium - Brisbane
Located in the Mount Coot-tha Botanic Gardens, this planetarium is perfect for any children who may show an interest in science. Unlike some of the other attractions in Australia, the entire establishment is contained within a single building, but that doesn’t make it any less impressive. There are daily shows that run for around half an hour, so ensure you check the times before leaving your accommodation, as they’re certainly not to be missed.

National Gallery Of Victoria - Melbourne
You might think that taking the kids to an art gallery would be a bit odd, but as this one is so massive, there’s always going to be something inside to tickle their artistic taste buds. It’s always worth checking their website to see which exhibitions are on, but for the most part, they display work only from the best and most respected artists in the world, so the chances of you walking away with regrets are pretty slim indeed.

Finally, if you really want to give the kids something to look forward to, you should check out The Aquarium located in Perth. This is where you’ll find a wide range of aquatic animals, some of which only exist around the Australian coastline, which means your children won’t have encountered them before.

Have an amazing time!

3 comments:

  1. I wish I could visit Australia with my kids and husband, it would be fun!

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  2. Same here. I wish we could visit Australia someday. And these are some interesting places to visit and explore with kids.

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  3. I wish I could visit Australia but with 4 kids still at home and my husband and I it would be way to expensive but you guys have some amazing places to visit from what I can see in pics

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