Land Down Under is certainly worth visiting thanks to its majestic national parks, sun-drenched beaches, stunning mountains, wooded valleys and the rich cultural heritage, and unique flora and fauna. If you add to the list a child-friendly climate, what you get is a true sky on earth.
Australia hides various secrets from the east to the west, from the north to Tasmania, waiting for the family to discover! Here are ten of Australia Tour Packages best places to visit with children.
1. Sydney for Free
Sydney is full of adult spots, we all know, but did you know that it also provides the cheapest entertainment for children? The Sydney Royal Botanical Garden is a perfect alternative to the zoo, with over 100 species of birds alone. When you are in Sydney on Sunday, there’s an awesome kids-friendly program at the National Art Gallery. Take the vibrant Darling Harbour and Circular Quay to finish your day in this magnificent neighborhood. Street artists, clowns, balloons, and stalls that sell ice cream are going to make Sydney a magic place for your kids.
2. Fun on the Gold Coast
The Gold Coast is another way to maximize your family time. Many parks with plenty of playground facilities can be chosen there. So you can relax and take advantage of the fresh air while your kids are outdoor. Laguna Park, Washington Southport Waters, and Pratten Park are some of the best parks in this country. Southport’s Rockpools are another free place to cool off your children on a hot summer day. Or some DreamWorld and Plunge pipeline tickets can be purchased – you won’t regret it!
3. In Search of the Tasmanian Devil
Hastings Caves & Thermal Springs are located outside of Hobart City, an ideal place for a family-friendly journey. Book a conducted tour at the Visitor’s Centre and enter the breathtaking cellar full of stalagmites and stalactites. Then visit the naturally heated swimming pool, the Thermal Pool. In Tasmania, a labyrinthine theme park built especially for young children. Your kids are going to have an adventure in life. In the end, the Tasmania Zoo’s cherry with kangaroos, koalas, Tasmanian demons, and a walking track for dinosaurs.
4. Incredible Kangaroo Island
Start with Seal Bay Conservation Park, where a wild colony of 1000 sea lions can be found. Consider the 2-hour Seal Bay Twilight Tour, where the guides can describe their behavior 10m far away from these magnificent creatures. The next day, visit National Park Flinders Chase. Short 10-30 minutes walk tours are great for children. Children. With the Lighthouse Heritage Walk, your little children can immerse themselves in the background of the island, or they can watch the fur seals colony in their natural habitat on the Admirals Arch Walk.
5. The Tropical Capital of Darwin
In Darwin, you are as similar as ever to marine fauna. The fish-feeding routine of the Aquascene is a must-see for children. Crocodylus Park is the perfect place to meet the world’s largest reptiles. Lastly, the Indo Pacific Marine is a visitor training facility in which your children can discover the marine world. Since Darwin can be very hot, Darwin Recreation Park is always open, free of charge.
6. A Weekend (or more!) in Melbourne
Melbourne provides various family-friendly events from nature parks to immersive museums. Simply put, you won’t just have a weekend to discover this lively town. Take a guided walk on the Polly Woodside, one of Melbourne’s most popular South Wharf attractions first. In the 18th century, Cook’s cottage was transported to Australia from England in 1934 for a fascinating move back in time. The cottage garden and the volunteers in costume will enjoy your children in particular. When the night falls, Moonlit Sanctuary Wildlife Management Park lighted tours provide an invaluable experience.
7. Reef and its islands snorkeling
Green Island and Hamilton Island are surrounded by shallow water and ideal for families with children. Fitzroy island can also be tried, where a tortoise rehabilitation center is located. Choose one of the following – Reef Magic Cruises, Big Cat Green Island, or Passions of Paradise cruises, all from Cairns – as far as family-friendly cruises are concerned.
8. Family Fun in Canberra
The National Science and Technology Center Questacon will love little scientists. They will have an adventure of their lives, whether they want to fall down the diaphragm, play air hockey with a robot or have an earthquake. You can also take them for a dose of pure fun in Zone3 and Pod Playground. The Australian Institute of Sports is not just a sports memorabilia collection; it also serves as a venue for your children to practice virtual downhill skiing.
9. KidsFest in the Murray River Region
The yearly Kidsfest in the region of the Murray River is held in September. Leisure and education will make your child want to return next year. Instead, think INSIDE the BRICK Shepparton LEGO Fan Expo, if you are planning your holidays in July. Your kids should try building a car and testing their skills on different challenges. During the school holidays in July, you can bring your children to the Kitchenware Queens cupcake decorating lessons.
10. Western Australia’s Treasure Hunts & More
Go to Gnomesville for a Search Quest Treasure for your kids. Choose the Ferguson Farmstay, where the children can feed animals and go on a pony ride, for the farm-friendly place. Go to Geographe Bay for an unforgettable whale-watching experience. There are also dolphins where there are whales, so visit the Dolphin Discovery Center in Bunbury to swim between them.
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