Valuable Sydney travel tips for family with kids
Are you and your family in for a vacation in Sydney? Do not worry about bringing the kids or keeping them entertained during your stay. You will surely find kid-friendly attractions that will keep children of all ages entertained and amused. Double Bay in Sydney has several amazing sights and spots for the whole family. However, to make sure that you get a good night rest after a long day of adventure, remember to book a nearby Sydney accommodation for you to stay in.
Where to bring kids in Sydney?
They say spend on experiences, not on things. Because even though things can make you happy, the joy that they give is only temporary. On the other hand, experiences give more lasting happiness. Bring your kids to these kid-friendly attractions when you visit Sydney:
If you have kids who love the water, you should drop by Redleaf Beach and allow them to frolic on the sand. More recently known as the Murray Rose Pool, this beach is a favourite spot among the locals. It is one of the largest beaches in Sydney Harbour. What’s great about it is that it is totally enclosed and the waves do not get too big. Kids will surely enjoy running around and racing from the beach to the two floating pontoons.
A vacation with kids isn’t complete without visiting the zoo. Located 12 minutes by ferry from the Sydney CBD, Taronga Zoo is home to over 4,000 animals. Your whole family will surely enjoy strolling with the kangaroos and emus and feeding fishes to penguins. Other activities include face-to-face with Australian animals, meet-and-greet with the chimpanzees, and presentations and keeper talks. Make sure to be there when the zoo opens 9:30 AM to get the most of the attractions.
Luna Park Amusement Park
Located in the heart of Sydney Harbour, this is considered as Sydney’s most historic and iconic amusement park for children and young-at-heart. If you want, you can even have your child to celebrate his or her birthday here. Aside from Ferris wheels and merry-go-rounds, there are sideshow games that will definitely keep your kids amused and entertained the whole day.
Royal Botanic Garden
Who says plants are boring? A visit to the Royal Botanic Garden is perfect if you want to have a laidback afternoon walk with the kids. Have them join the Jurassic Jungle Explorer to discover the ancient plants and make their own chocolate crackle snack. There is also a storytelling event that will take the kids to a ghostly garden. If these do not excite your kids, have them immerse in activities like cook and create garden-inspired crafts. After the tour, visit the cafés and restaurants so you can relax and have some sweets and treats with the kids.
Sydney Tower Eye
This is one of the ideal places to go for older kids. They will definitely get amazed seeing the 360-degrees view of the city and beyond. Located 250 metres above the ground, older kids will get to have a wonderful view of the city streets of Sydney when you tag them along Sydney Tower Eye.
SEA LIFE Sydney Aquarium
After visiting the Taronga Zoo, continue your animal sightseeing by dropping by the Sydney Aquarium. Kids will surely get thrilled meandering through the Jurassic Seas, Shark Valley, Dugong Island, and Sydney Harbour. As one of the largest sea aquariums, SEA LIFE Sydney Aquarium features over 700 different species and 13,000 animals.
These are just a few of the many attractions where you can bring your kids. Sydney has plenty of activities to offer and sights to see for the whole family.
Find the best accommodation in Sydney
A visit to Sydney should be comfortable for the whole family. Fortunately, you will find plenty of places to stay in Sydney.
Choosing the right Sydney accommodation can make a difference in making your stay memorable. Of course, if you want to have everything right at your doorstep, choose hotels located within the Central Business District. From transportation, restaurants, and shopping centres, everything is easy access here.
Sometimes, however, you would want to have some peace and quiet time after a long day of adventure with the kids. In this case, why not consider a place that’s a little farther but also have the amenities that you need during your stay?
Check out Double Bay, one of Sydney’s rising suburbs. It is located barely four kilometres away from the CBD in New South Wales. Travel by train takes just about four minutes, although you can also travel by bus, which will take about 20 minutes.
Why stay in a Double Bay, Sydney accommodation?
Double Bay is said to be one of the prettiest suburbs in the east of Sydney. It boasts of several high-end fashion boutiques and incredible restaurants. In fact, if you find the CBD to be extra crowded, you can do some shopping in Double Bay, which you can find at Knox Street, Cross Street, and Transvaal Avenue. Whether you’re looking for a Prada or a Jan Logan, you will definitely find high-end brands in this part of the suburb.
Of course, food is a large part of making your stay comfortable and memorable. Double Bay takes pride in its elegant cafes, wine bars, and restaurants. Among the must-try restaurants here include China Diner, Little Jean, Limoncello, and Sake Restaurant. Whether you prefer Asian or Mediterranean, you’ll surely find restaurants that will satisfy your food cravings. Finally, there is a fresh product market located at Guilfoyle Park.
Experience the best of Double Bay at The Savoy.
Excellent accommodation in Sydney awaits you and your family at The Savoy Hotel. It is conveniently located at the heart of Double Bay and is just 4.5 km from the city centre. The hotel has 40 rooms which you can choose depending on your family needs.
The Savoy Hotel offers personalised accommodation service to make sure that your stay during your vacation is relaxed and stress-free. You can book in advance or make reservations before you travel. For more information or inquiries, feel free to contact us at (612) 9326 1411 or send us an email at email@example.com.