Spring School Holidays in Sydney
Fun things to do in Sydney over the School Holidays
What to do over the Spring School Holidays in Sydney
Kids in the Park – Sydney Olympic Park
Kids in the Park returns for the Spring School Holidays from Saturday 23rd September to Sunday 8th October.
Over 50 Activities
Kids in The Park is famous for its fun program of over 50 activities for your kids to choose from, including a soccer camp, swimming lessons, cooking, creative arts and fun events.
School Holiday Fun
Keep them active, challenged and entertained with Sydney’s biggest and best activities program for school holiday fun!
The Sydney Observatory runs some great events over the holidays including daily screenings at the new digital planetarium. Most of the films include a tour of the telescope dome and a short Square Kilometre Array promotion.
NSW Rail Museum
The NSW Rail Museum is a great place to let off a bit of steam. 🙂 Along with big train rides, and little train rides, there is much history and interesting exhibitions to enjoy. Follow the link below for more info.
The Wiggles at the Powerhouse Museum
The Powerhouse is attempting to keep everybody happy with the Wiggles Exhibition. Grown-ups, and older kids, can investigate the rise and rise of The Wiggles whilst the kids play and interact with high-tech interactive exhibits. The fact that the Wiggles Exhibition is free with museum entry might also please Mum and Dad.
Good Food Month – October
The Good Food Month invites us all to experience gourmet Disneyland of great taste and smiling, happy faces, October is foodie heaven. Enjoy in moderation. 🙂
The Australian Museum – Kids Programs
Scaly, scary, alien reptiles! Real ones, as in living and breathing cold blooded beastie things for the kids to play with! Well maybe not play with but to scream and squeal at. Then there’s…
Space, the final frontier, this is another Australian Museum School Holiday Program. Its two week mission, is to entertain your children whilst hoping that they learn something.
Not real ones this time, although there a few sharks not that far away, more learning that they aren’t all man-eaters, particularly the biggest. When of course it comes to whales, one of the smaller ones is the baddest.
The Australian Reptile Park
The Australian Reptile Park is a mere hour’s drive north of Sydney and yet many Sydneysiders have never been. There are many Aussie animals to meet, along with all the amazing reptiles. You might also decide to make use of the good picnic and BBQ facilities and children’s play park.
More things to do during the School Holidays
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You could also ‘çonsult’ your local council’s website for any holiday activities, check your local library notice board, RSL and other club websites.
Escape the ‘Big Smoke’
Alternatively, if you want to make a run for it there are options north, west and south of Sydney