We tell ourselves every holiday that this year will be different. No longer will we subject ourselves to the woes of holiday fret and and panic.
While Sydney is known for a lot of outdoor touristic sights like the Sydney Opera House, Harbour Bridge and Botantical Gardens, there are lots of indoor activities to do with the family especially if it’s a rainy day.
Don’t miss out on these top indoor family activities below:
Escape Hunt Sydney
Experience a truly addictive, fun activity that the whole family would totally be on board with. Using your skills in problem solving and the power of teamwork, discover your inner Sherlock, solve the clues and escape the room all under 60 minutes. Escape Hunt’s unique theme puts you in a detective role and you really feel like you’re playing an immersive game and it’s utterly thrilling.
Sky Zone Alexandria
Unleash your inner child by bouncing along to the best indoor trampoline park in Sydney. With over 100 interconnected trampolines, you are free to bounce to your heart’s content. However, it’s not just trampolines that are on offer. Bring your friends along and play unique twist on games on a trampoline while shooting some hoops, nerf-shooting, running on an assault couse ninja-warrior style, and leaping into a giant pit of foam squares (try getting out – that’s the hardest part).
If jumping ain’t your passion then Sky Zone also offers another way to take to the sky – and that’s climbing. Clip onto your safety harness, start climbing and scale the skies. It really is a next level kind of fun that will have you entertained for hours!
Ever wanted to try out a daredevil thrill but have a fear of the danger that comes with it? Fortunately, iFly indoor skydiving offers everyone the fulfilling experience of flight (rather free-falling) and best of all within the safety of a glass wind tunnel. It’s open for nearly anyone to try – especially the kids would love it as it makes them feel like a superhero and it’s a tremendous confidence booster.
The Australian Museum
Spend the day with the kids at one of Sydney’s best museums. The numerous interactive features encourages participation rather than observation with the aim of educating young minds. There are regular events happening that caters to young kids like overnight sleepovers, arts and craft classes, and sessions with Aboriginal educators. The best part is, admission is free for general access. There’s no excuse to not spend the whole day here!