Go Wild

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  1. Travelling with kids in Sydney?
    3 wild ideas to keep the little ones happy and busy for hours.
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    Make furry friends at the zoo.
    1, Roar & Snore: Sleep with the animals
    Get up close with zoo animals and make friends with a Meerkat. Put the elephants to bed, enjoy dinner and see the party animals on a night safari, before a sleepover in safari tents on this big adventure. Wake up at sunrise to the roar of a lion and the trumpeting of an elephant. Don’t forget to feed the giraffe some brekkie. Wake up to some of the best waterfront views in Sydney as Taronga looks over Sydney Cove, the Harbour Bridge and the Opera House and has its own jetty where you are able to step off the boat and walk straight into the zoo.
    Taronga Zoo, Bradleys Head Rd, Mosman
    (02) 9969 2777
    www.taronga.org.au
    2, See Sharks at The Aquarium
    Hop aboard the shark explorer and throw bait in for the killer sharks, watch out for fat saltwater crocs, spot a big old sea cow and see the silly seals get up to mischief in their sanctuary in the building shaped like a giant wave. Over 12,000 sea critters swim around here. Adopt a fishy friend too.
    Aquarium Pier, Darling Harbour
    (02) 8251 7800
    www.sydneyaquarium.myfun.com.au
    3, Wildlife World
    Fun is to be had, rain or shine at this indoor menagerie where 250 types of creatures inhabit the dome-like space. Touch creepy crawlies, slimy specimens and see too-cute koalas. Just don’t get too close to Rex, the scary croc…
    Boardwalk, Darling Harbour
    (02) 9333 9288
    wwwsydneywildlifeworld.myfun.com.au


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