Websites with General Information and Things to do with Children in Adelaide.


Monarto Zoological Park and Adelaide Zoo

Only 45 minutes from Adelaide is Monarto Zoo boasting the only drive through Cheetah habitat in Australia. Safari buses led by volunteer guides travel assist you to view Australia’s largest giraffe herd, the Southern white rhinoceros and many other amazing animals.
Adelaide Zoo has over 3,400 animals and almost 300 species of exotic and native mammals, birds, reptiles and fish exhibited in magnificent botanic surroundings on 8 hectares. It also has, Immersion, an exciting Asian rainforest habitat. A great way to reach the zoo is to take a Popeye motor launch along the scenic Torrens River. Lots of activities including ‘Breakfast with the Animals’, Feeding the Animals, Zoo talks, holiday activities, movies and helping the Zoo Keepers.

South Australian Whale Centre

Whale watching, educational tours, exhibitions, events, school holiday programs – everything you would ever need to know about whales The SA Whale Centre features three floors of informative displays, hands-on involvement and fun activities for all ages.

Adelaide Festival Centre

The Adelaide Festival Centre has something going on all year round, from visual arts exhibitions, to theatre, opera, dance, musicals and of course our annual Adelaide Cabaret Festival. Visit the website to see what's happening now.

Cleland Wildlife Park

Just 12 km from Adelaide City centre, Cleland Conservation Park is just 12km from Adelaide and is natural bushland on the Adelaide Hills face which includes the popular Cleland Wildlife Park, the viewing platform of Mt Lofty Summit and scenic Waterfall Gully. The area has a rich history of Aboriginal occupation and European settlement.

Gorge Wildlife Park

Enjoy 14 acres of land where paths meander among one of the most comprehensive collection of privately owned animals and birds in the country. .

AAMI Football Stadium Tours

Guided tours are available from Monday to Friday excluding South Australian National Football League and Australian Football League match days.

Adelaide Botanic Gardens

Adelaide Botanic Garden is open to the public every day and has free guided walks which leave from outside the Botanic Gardens Restaurant every day of the year (except on Good Friday and Christmas Day). Special interest walks can also be booked for groups of five or more. There are school holiday activities for children aged 5 - 12 years. Participants create fun art and craft projects while learning about the environment.

Mount Lofty Botanic Garden

Guided walks in the Mount Lofty Botanic Garden, Lampert Road, Piccadilly, leave from the lower car park at the end of Lampert Road. 10:30am every Thursday in Spring (September, October and November). 10:30am every Thursday in Autumn (March, April and May).The walks last about one and a half hours.

Wittunga Botanic Garden

Guided walks leave from the car park off Shepherd’s Hill Road, Blackwood at10:30am every Tuesday in Spring (September, October and November). The walks last about one and a half hours.

South Australian Maritime Museum

Port Adelaide’s Maritime Museum which provides an insight into the maritime past of the state. The children will enjoy climbing the lighthouse and boarding the floating collection.

Glenelg by Tram

Take a trip to Glenelg on the coast by historic tram, which stops right beside the beach. Enjoy the beach and see the Old Gum Tree where the colony of South Australia was proclaimed in 1836.

Rodney Fox Shark Experience

Since his attack by a shark in 1963, Rodney Fox has spent most of his life to the research, observation and preservation of the Great White Shark. The museum houses collectables, art and curios, pictures, clothing and fossil and modern shark teeth and jaws. Guaranteed to thrill!

Semaphore to Fort Glanville Tourist Railway

BFollow a scenic coastal route from Semaphore Jetty to the oldest fort in South Australia. If your children are interested in railways, see the National Railway Museum in Port Adelaide with its huge collection of historic rolling stock.

St Kilda Adventure Playground

North of Adelaide on the coast is the St Kilda Adventure Playground, Mangrove Trail and Interpretive Centre, Boat Club and Marina and St Kilda Tramway Museum.

Adelaide Gaol

The Gaol is open Sunday to Friday and you can visit cell blocks, exercise yards, prison facilities, hanging tower and graves. Regular guided tours are available on Sundays and BBQ and refreshment facilities are available. Take a night tour or even a ghost tour!

Carrick Hill Acorn Club

This is a great way for children to discover the delights of the gardens of Carrick Hill through play and art. Parents can enjoy some free time to explore or have lunch on the terrace. Suits 5-10yrs.

South Australian Museum

Wonderful exhibitions including some on Ancient Egypt, Australian Aboriginal cultures and Life in the Deep. South Australian Museum, North Tce, Adelaide.

Art Gallery of South Australia

The Art Gallery of South Australia has one of Australia’s finest art collections, housed in one of Adelaide’s most beautiful historic buildings. It is centrally located on leafy North Terrace between the South Australian Museum and the University of Adelaide.

Starplex Theatre

STARplex is a friendly sports, training, arts and recreation provider offering quality lifestyle health and fitness experiences for families in the northern community. STARplex Kids Club activity group is available during all School Holidays. Kids Club is an additional service to our existing Crèche, as it caters for 5-12 year olds. Activities suited to this age group are organised to keep the older children busy, whilst their parents or carers are enjoying their fitness in STARplex.

James Partington Holiday Tennis Clinics

Holds junior tennis lessons and holiday workshops for children of all ages.

Adelaide City Council Library

Come in to one of our four Adelaide City Library Centres today and join Shimmer's Kid's Club...for free! Every child that joins receives their very own: VIP Membership card (available in 3 different colours), a cool quarterly Newsletter and a Shimmer Activity bag filled with really great stuff! Be the first to receive details of up and coming kid’s events in the Libraries!



Websites with General Information and Things to do with Children in Brisbane.


Brisbane Alma Park Zoo

Alma Park is a native animal sanctuary with a collection of exotic animals. Enjoy a wild experience!

Australia Zoo

Australia Zoo has lots of attraction including the amazing Tiger Temple, hands-on animal encounters and all the excitement of the Animal Planet Crocoseum.

Lone Pine Koala Sanctuary

Lone Pine was the world's first and largest koala sanctuary: over 130 koalas call Lone Pine home. You can cuddle a koala anytime, hand feed kangaroos and encounter a large variety of Aussie wildlife, all in beautiful, natural settings.

The Queensland Museum

This is an exciting and accessible museum of science, environment and human experience.

Rugby League

ARL Development is a non-profit company formed by the ARL (Australian Rugby League) and NRL (National Rugby League) to develop the grassroots of the sport from introductory level up to the age of 18 years.

City Botanic Gardens – Brisbane

The riverside City Botanic Gardens are Brisbane's original botanic gardens. Attractions at the gardens include Bamboo Grove, Weeping Fig Avenue, Mangrove Boardwalk and ornamental ponds. Special events are held at the River Stage.

Mt Coot-tha Botanic Gardens

The Brisbane Botanic Gardens at Mt Coot-tha are 52 hectare gardens are situated seven kilometres from the city centre. The Gardens are open every day. From September to March they close at 5.30pm and April to August they close at 5pm. Flora and Fauna tours, children’s workshops, educational programmes and special events throughout the year.

Karawatha Forest

Karawatha forest is 600 hectares of bushland located in the southern outskirts of Brisbane. It has 160 species of wildlife including wallabies, koalas, gliders, birds and rare frog species. There are two picnic areas with some recreational facilities available.

Sir Thomas Brisbane Planetarium

The Sir Thomas Brisbane Planetarium is located in the Brisbane Botanic Gardens, Mt Coot-tha. It features the Cosmic Skydome, Display Zone, Mini Theatre, Observatory and Planetarium shop.

Queensland Maritime Museum

Located on the Brisbane River at the southern end of South Bank Parklands the Queensland Maritime Museum is open to visitors every day of the year except 24 December to 26 December and Good Friday.

Brisbane Libraries

Weekly story time sessions, lots of holiday activities for young children and book clubs and activities for older children.

Cooking classes for children – Cooking’s Cool

Cooking's Cool is a family owned business located in Everton Park, operated by Diane, an experienced Executive Chef who has turned her talents into a home business. Di has decided to open up to the public her own cooking school, that facilitates a professional kitchen and associated facilities to ensure that your child has an educational and fun time learning to cook. A Certificate of Achievement is issued to every child on completion.

Queensland Art Gallery

The Queensland Art Gallery is determined to connect art and people. A dedicated children’s art gallery with regular exhibitions, workshops, festivals and performances.

Boondall Wetlands Environment Centre

Wildlife Mania. Learn fascinating wildlife facts through live native-animal displays, painting and other fun activities. Suits 5-16yrs.

Roma Street Parkland

The world's largest urban subtropical garden, Roma Street Parkland now offers guided tours especially for under fives and their carers. Led by experienced guides, you'll follow winding paths through colourful gardens, see playful water features, stroll along the banks of the lake - home of the resident’s ducks - and then end up in the playground. The tours run every Wednesday 10am and depart from the Melange Cafe .BYO strollers. 0–5yrs.



Websites with General Information and Things to do with Children in Melbourne.


Melbourne Museum

School holiday activities and exhibitions and a great indoor/outdoor Children’s Gallery is aimed at 3-8 year olds, (although it is proving to be popular with all ages), and consists of three spaces; the exhibition gallery Big Box, The Learning Environment and the Tattersall's Children's Garden.

Science Museum

Push it, pull it, spin it, bang it. Through hands-on exhibits, live demonstrations, tours, activities and shows, you'll find science has never been quite this much fun. You can have fun exploring the mysteries of science and technology. It's a great value day out for curious minds and active bodies. Activities include – ‘How to Make a Monster’ and Planetarium.

Royal Botanic Gardens (Melbourne); Royal Botanic Gardens (Cranbourne)

Activities and workshops for adults and children including tours, gardening workshops and nature/garden walks.

Federation Square

Free exhibitions and shows for children and adults including markets, tours, puppet festival and sleeping beauty show.

Australian Football League (AFL School Holiday Activities)

Groundbreaking technology allows you to get active, vocal and even a little nervous as you test your football skills against the professionals; be part of a truly unique interactive experience and feel what it’s like to play in a Grand Final. New interactive, exhibitions, a full range of ‘Kids’ Activities and Club Mascot appearances are all part of the adventure.

Immigration Museum

Have fun with Swiss and Italian themed activities or take the special kids trail. Play the Italian ball game, Bocce, and try the hand game, Morra. Paint your own watercolour based on an Italian fresco design, and create a Swiss lantern. Then go an on Immigration adventure through the Museum and visit the special exhibition Wine, Water and Stone: The Swiss and Italians of Hepburn. The Immigration Museum is an engaging and educational experience for families. Entry to the Immigration Museum and all exhibitions is FREE for children.

Australian Racing Museum & Hall of Fame

This new program at the Australian Racing Museum takes your family behind the scenes of Australia’s most colourful sport. Discover the remarkable stories about famous horses and the people who have helped shape our racing history. See the 1890 Melbourne Cup winner Carbine come to life in the fascinating animation display of his skeleton. You will even see the giant heart of the little horse Tulloch who managed to overcome a life threatening illness. From Kings and Queens, to Aussie battlers, sporting heroes and heroines – this activity provides a unique glimpse into the sport that "stops a nation".

Melbourne Aquarium

Melbourne Aquarium is jam-packed full of fun. It’s an underwater world of adventure that journeys over four thrilling and interactive levels. Don’t miss the daily live shark feeds, the virtual reality simulator ride, and the amazing new exhibit, Creepy Creatures! Visit the Creepy Cave.

Circus training and acrobatics

Circus training and acrobatics are now available to everyone regardless of age or fitness level! Come try the Flying Trapeze, learn a trick and get caught by a swinging catcher.

Queen Victoria Market

Queen Victoria Market Cooking Classes have become a popular feature of school holiday activities in the City. Classes last approximately 2 hours and cost covers demonstration, tastings and recipe kit to take home.Let your kids unleash their artistic abilities with the Paint Pot People! These painting workshops are fun, colourful and interactive! All paint materials, paper and easels are provided. All workshops are run and attended by experienced supervisors. Country meets city as the ever popular Gum Gully Animal Farm returns to Queen Victoria Market. Pat and feed farm animals – it’s an experience kids will really treasure!

Prahran Market

Free ‘Learn and Love Food’ cooking sessions for teenagers Animal Farm, Face Painting and tours.

Gourmet Kids – Malvern

Cooking lessons, children’s parties and holiday programs for children from 2 years old.

Other cooking classes for children
  • Short courses on Cookie Baking and Nutritional Food Ideas for Children.

  • Box Hill Institute of TAFE (Box Hill)
    Ph: 1300 36 34 30
  • One-hour school holiday classes featuring old-fashioned recipes

  • Como Historic House and Garden (South Yarra)
    Ph: 9827 2500
  • Hands-on pizza workshops for children aged 8-14

  • Phillippa’s Bakery (Brighton)
    Ph: 9592 7340
  • One class each school holiday period

  • Savour Chocolates and Patisserie School (Brunswick East)
    Ph: 9380 9777 Website: www.savourschool.com.au

Organic cooking school for children

Australia's first Organic cooking school for children in Melbourne! This centre supports families who want to embrace wholesome living and healthy eating.

Little Kitchen children's cookery centre Melbourne
371 St Georges Rd, North Fitzroy.



National Gallery of Victoria

Workshop: Stars. Meet the stars of India’s cinemas in Cinema India: The Art of Bollywood and then dress up like an Indian star Join in fun activities that include bangle and lai making, creating designs for henna hands and learn how to wear a sari. Suitable for ages 5+ years. Fully supervised.

Melbourne Observation Deck

Bring your kids to see every bit of Melbourne. Spectacular 360 degree views, a kid friendly café, viewing decks, gift shop and a 20 minute film spectacular.

Cooks' Cottage

Come to Cooks' Cottage these school holidays and discover the amazing adventures had by Captain Cook as he sailed around the world 3 times! You can wander through the cottage, built in 1755, as well as the herb and vegetable garden out the back and see what life was like for families in the 18th century.

State Library of Victoria

Stories, Activities and workshops for children of all ages. Your local Library will have children’s workshops, reading sessions and activities over the holidays.

City Museum at Old Treasury

Children love visiting museums. Children see things differently from adults. Children are invited to bring a camera and take pictures of whatever they want in the public area of the City Museum at Old Treasury. They will then be invited to write about their images. This program is designed for 7-12year olds. $10 per child. (accompanying adults free of charge).

Pantomimes at Tivoli Theatre

'Alice in Wonderland' for Easter Holidays, 'Goldilocks' and the 'Three Bears' in July and 'Sleeping Beauty' in September holidays.

Collingwood Children’s Farm

Daily events including calf feeding, cow milking, feeding out hay, cuddle a guinea pig and much more.

Bunnings Warehouse

Children’s and adults creative activities and workshops such as toolboxes, toy trucks, planter boxes and CD holders. Workshops are FREE for children over the age of 5 and must be accompanied by an adult.

Westfield Shopping Centre

Shopping centres and toy shops usually have school holiday activities.

Melbourne Zoo

Melbourne Zoo, Werribee Open Range Zoo and Healesville Sanctuary have programs for children of all ages

Great Website for Children

New Australian search engine for adults and children.



Websites with General Information and Things to do with Children in Perth.


Parks and Animals

  • www.whitemanpark.com.au
  • Whiteman Park is located in Western Australia is only 25 minute drive from the city centre of Perth but is situated in picturesque bush land covering an area of more than 4200 hectares (over 10,000 acres) with nearly half this classified as high value conservation bush land or wetland. It has a number of interesting attractions.

  • www.cavershamwildlife.com.au
  • This lovely Wildlife Park has many native animals that you can get close to.

  • www.marapana.com Marapana is 40 minutes South of Perth and is a place where you can pet the animals.

  • www.cohunu.com.au You are able to hand feed animals at Cohuna which is 35 minutes from Perth at East Kelmscott.

  • www.armadalereptilecentre.com.au Armadale Reptile Park has over 200 reptiles and many other Australian native animals. It is approx 3km south of the main set of lights in Armadale on the right hand side.

  • www.cuddlyanimalfarm.com The Cuddly Animal Farm is great for small children in particular. It is situated in the heart of the picturesque Swan Valley, only 30 minutes from the Perth C.B.D. at 128 John Street Henley Brook

  • www.perthzoo.wa.gov.au Perth Zoo is only minutes away from the city centre by car or ferry at south Perth. It is open every day of the year and has Australian native and exotic animals. During the summer, the zoo also hosts lots of events and concerts.

The Aquarium of Western Australia

This Aquarium, located at Hillary’s Boat Harbour, just twenty minutes drive north of Perth's city centre, is the largest in Australia. It has underwater tunnels, giant sharks, rays and turtles, living coral reefs and playful seals.

Adventure World

Adventure World is located at Bibra Lake, less than 20 minutes South of the Perth CBD and 15 minutes East of Fremantle. It is open daily from September 30 – April 25 during School Holidays, Thursday to Monday all other days, excluding Christmas Day and Good Friday. It has lots of rides and activities to appeal to all ages.

Fremantle Prison

The Fremantle Prison is one located in the heart of the port city of Fremantle. The Prison was built by convicts in the 1850s and was closed as a place of incarceration in 1991 after 136 years of continuous use. It is open for tours to learn about the convicts of the past.

Perth Mint

The Perth Mint has been making gold into coins and jewellery since the gold rush days of the 1880s. It is still operating. The Perth Mint is located at the corner of Hay and Hill Streets.

Scitech and Horizon the Planetarium

Scitech has lots of scientific exhibitions and live theatre demonstrations which are lots of fun. Horizon - the Planetarium uses the latest digital technology to give visitors a 360-degree experience of the solar system and beyond. Live presentations of Perth’s night sky can be seen, alongside adventures into deep space. Children must be over 4 years to view shows at Horizon - the Planetarium. Scitech and Horizon - the Planetarium are located in the City West complex, on the corner of Railway Parade and Sutherland Street in West Perth.

Rottnest Island

Rottnest Island is just a short ferry trip from Perth. It has beautiful beaches where you can swim, snorkel, surf and windsurf. You can cycle around the whole island and if you really enjoy yourself you can even stay on the island.

Spare Parts Puppet Theatre

This is a lovely way to spend some time and enjoy the drama of the puppet theatre.

Bonney’s Waterski Park

Bonney's Waterski Park is about 30 minutes from Perth. It has five man made lakes, fitted with a jump and World Class Slalom Courses and can provide tuition. They have all the facilities for wakeboarding, skiing, knee boarding or tubing . For learning skiers, they have a Boom (or Training Bar) which comes out the side of the boat so that the instructor can help the skier learn to ski in a much quicker time. In almost 15 minutes most people to can be up and skiing with all the equipment supplied.

The Western Australian Cricket Association Museum

If you love cricket then you will find exhibits featuring many of the great names of Western Australia, Australian and International cricket; Bradman, Lillee, Marsh, Sobers, WG Grace, the list is endless. Feature display rooms include The International Room, Sir Donald Bradman Room, Local History Room, The Bat Room, Centenary of Federation Room and more!

Royal Lifesaving

The Royal Life Saving Society is Australia's leading aquatic safety educator. It is a non-profit, community service organisation that conducts training programs in water safety, lifesaving, resuscitation, first aid, swimming instructing and lifeguarding. Have lots of fun and enjoy their website!

Swimming with the dolphins

Rockingham Dolphins have a daily swim with wild dolphins. You will cruise out to the sheltered shallows of Rockinghams calm, clear bays in search of any of the 180 bottlenose dolphins, put on a mask and snorkel and enjoy the dolphins in their natural environment.

Golf

Located on the shore of Lake Joondalup are 5 acres of minigolf gardens. This is a tropical oasis, featuring stunning flower displays, exotic trees and delightful waterfalls, ponds and meandering streams.

Rock climbing

Rockface is located in Northbridge and open 7 days a week. You do not have to have done rock climbing before and it is safe for ages from 5 years old up.



Websites with General Information and Things to do with Children in Sydney.


Oceanworld Manly

Take a Ferry. Children love the ferry from Circular Quay to Manly, where you can go to the beach, have an ice cream, stroll along the Esplanade, go to the aquarium at Oceanworld Manly. Or take a bus to North Head for wonderful views. Try returning to Circular Quay on a JetCat.

Sydney Aquarium and Darling Harbour

The Sydney Aquarium at Darling Harbour has underwater viewing tunnels for a close-up view of sharks, stingrays and other fish. There is also a seal enclosure where you can view the seals swimming underneath you. The monorail stops right outside and is fun to go on. Other activities in the Darling Harbour precinct include the Chinese Gardens, the IMAX theatre and the National Maritime Museum.

Koala Park Sanctuary

Just 30 minutes from the Sydney CBD, with 10 acres of rainforest, eucalypt groves and native gardens. Koalas, red & grey kangaroos, dingoes, wombats, echidnas, emus, wallabies and a large collection of Australian native birds. Private guides and BBQs available.

Powerhouse Museum

The Powerhouse Museum in Ultimo is a hands-on, family-friendly museum of technology and culture. Displays are cleverly integrated with recorded music and voices, to provide a thought-provoking experience. The specially designed KidSpace areas will intrigue younger children.

The Australian Museum

Australia's oldest museum has anthropology and natural history collections. There are often special exhibits and activities for youngsters. They have a Kids Island, a fantasy play area, for the 0-5s. On level two, the permanent child-friendly exhibition even offers a box of animal costumes to play with! It is divided into different sections; More than Dinosaurs, Biodiversity and Human Evolution. There is a ramp where kids run through history and time, and an interactive Skeletons' Gallery. Do not miss the Search and Discover room, with microscopes, specimens and CDRoms, and the glittering Chapman Mineral Collection on level One. The Museum hosts very popular exhibitions!

The Australian National Maritime Museum

This museum is a must for all small pirates, sailors and submariners. The exhibits are educational and exciting, there is a real lighthouse and the chance to scramble over boats and HMAS Onslow - a submarine - should not be missed.

Fairfield City Farm

This 500 acre farm in the western suburbs is a chance to see all kinds of farm animals, plus native and exotic species. There is also shearing, milking, and stockwhip demonstrations, giant horses, an animal nursery and tractor rides. Picnic and BBQ facilities available.

Taronga Zoo

Taronga Zoo can be reached by either bus or ferry and has superb views over Sydney Harbour and a substantial collection of Australian native fauna. The zoo can be reached by ferry from Wharf 2, Circular Quay (the journey takes 12 minutes) or by bus from the bus termini at Wynyard or St Leonards railway stations. There are two government transport travel passes available - the Zoopass which combines ferry, bus and zoo admission and is available at Circular Quay and Zoolink which includes rail, ferry, bus and zoo admission and is available from suburban railway stations. Open from 9.00 a.m. to 5.00 p.m. every day of the year the displays include echidnas, dingoes, wombats, kangaroos and wallabies. Australian snakes and spiders. The koala walkabout and platypus exhibit offer exceptional opportunities to study these creatures which few Australians have seen in the wild.

Oceanworld Manly

Oceanworld Manly is right on the water at Manly Cove beach, just 200m from Manly Wharf. Enjoy a ferry or jetcat ride from Circular Quay, then Oceanworld is just a 2 minute stroll. See sharks, stingrays, turtles and shoals of fish in the giant oceanarium. Get close to snakes, baby crocs and a variety of lizards at the reptile show, and see the world's most venomous snakes and spiders - all Australians.

Luna Park

Built in 1935, modeled after Coney Island's Luna Park and set against the backdrop of Sydney Harbour, this is an energetic amusement park that features a variety of classic rides. Visitors enter beneath the ghastly, grinning face of a painted clown, who has evolved alongside the park's collection of attractions.

Centennial Park

Rent children's bikes and rollerblades to help youngsters burn off excess energy in the park's beautiful setting. A nearly Equestrian Centre offers horseback rides, and guided nature walks are available during school holidays.

Sydney Olympic Park

With more than 35km of cycleways, Sydney Olympic Park is the perfect venue for families Pack the bikes and a picnic and let the kids roam the park, following one of three circuits or let them ride on their own adventure tour. And if they don't have bikes, you can hire them from the Sydney Olympic Park Visitor's Centre or Bicentennial Park. The Kids in the Park program has dozens of events to educate, interest and involve your children no matter what age group.. From junior boot camp to cooking classes to nature walks to learning the trapeze, there is something for everyone to enjoy.

Markets - Paddy's Markets

This is the place to buy just about anything.

Cnr Hay & Thomas Streets, Sydney NSW Thursday and Friday Open 9am to 4:30pm.

Markets - Rock Markets

Arts and Craft Markets under umbrellas in the heart of The Rocks, just round from Circular Quay.

Open 10am to 5pm Saturdays and Sundays.

Markets - Sydney Opera House Market

Australian arts and crafts.

Open 9am to 5pm Sundays, Sydney Opera House, Near Circular Quay, Sydney.

Shellby Equestrian Centre

Samarai Park Riding School, is located approximately 30 minutes north of the Sydney CBD adjacent to the beautiful Ku-Ring-Gai Chase National Park. Samarai Park caters for all standards of riders, from absolute beginners to those with years of experience. All new clients are assessed during a Private Lesson and once they have gained sufficient experience they may choose to join a Group Lesson. All horses are matched to the riders ability and qualified riding instruction is available.

Play Centres for Young Children

  • AJ's Fun Factory (0 - 12 years)
    Unit 2, 7 Turbo Rd, Kings Park
    ph: (02) 9676 1071
  • Clown Town (0 - 10 years)
    Building C1, Capital Business Park, 1-3 Rodborough Rd, Frenchs Forest
    ph: (02) 9975 1955 www.clowntown.com.au
  • Crazy Maze Café (0 - 10 years)
    Unit 3, First Floor, 30-34 Station St, Engadine
    ph: (02) 9548 6999
  • Funarama (0 - 12 years)
    30 Waratah St, Kirrawee
    ph: (02) 9545 6025 www.funarama.com.au
  • Fun House (0 - 12 years)
    35 Barry Ave, Mortdale
    ph: (02) 9534 3333 www.funhouse.com.au
  • funtime 4 kidz (0 - 10 years)
    Unit 4, Old Illawarra Rd, Menai
    ph: (02) 9541 4600
  • Jitterbugs Play and Learn (0 - 10 years)
    1 Norfolk Pde, Matraville
    ph: (02) 9311 7717 www.thejitterbugs.com.au
  • Kazza'a Fun House (0 - 9 years)
    Cnr Campbell & Macquarie Sts, Liverpool
    ph: (02) 9821 4982
  • Kid About Playland (0 - 11 years)
    Unit 6, 2-10 Gallipoli St, St Mary's
    ph: (02) 9623 2222
  • Kidmania Bankstown (0 - 12 years)
    Shop 99, Mall Level, Bankstown Square Shopping Centre, Bankstown
    ph: (02) 9793 7577
  • Kidz Connexion Cafe (0 - 10 years)
    Christian City Church Complex, Cnr Wakehurst Parkway & Dreadnought Rd, Oxford Falls
    ph: (02) 9972 8746 www.ccc.org.au
  • Kidz Fun Factory (0 - 10 years)
    1/44 Eddie Rd, Minchinbury
    ph: (02) 9625 5372
  • Kidz Jungleplay (0 - 7 years)
    Unit 2, 165 Rookwood Road,Yagoona NSW 2199
    ph: (02) 8065-2718 www.kidzjungleplay.com.au
  • Kidz World (0 - 8 years)
    Shop 301, Westfield Shopping Cr, George St, Liverpool
    ph: (02) 9824 3081
  • Nippers Playhouse & Cafe (0 - 11 years)
    14 Jubilee Ave, Warriewood
    ph: (02) 9999 5366
  • Party Play (1 - 7 years)
    Shop 7, Crosswalk Plaza, Cnr Cross St & Crofts Ave, Hurstville
    ph: (02) 9570 1266
  • Playdays (0 - 6 years)
    Unit G, 22 College St, Gladesville
    ph: (02) 9816 5844
    7-9 Reaghs Farm Rd, Minto
    ph: (02) 9824 5435 www.playdays.com.au
  • Playhouse Café (0 - 7 years)
    Shop 5057e, Level 5, Westfield Parramatta, Parramatta
    ph: (02) 9635 9777
  • Playmaze (0 - 10 years)
    4 George Hunter Dr, Narellan
    ph: (02) 4647 6200
  • Play Planet (0 - 12 years)
    18 Wattle Rd, Brookvale
    ph: (02) 9938 6464 www.playplanet.com.au
  • Run-A-Muk (0 - 12 years)
    Unit 14, 65-75 Captain Cook Dr, Caringbah
    ph: (02) 9531 0880
  • Shrimps Play & Party Centre (0 - 12 years)
    1/2a Mimosa St, Bexley
    ph: (02) 9587 7377
  • Smartypantz (0 - 8 years)
    219 Darby St, Cooks Hill, Newcastle
    ph: (02) 4926 4722 www.smartypantzkidz.com.au
  • Softplay (0 - 8 years)
    Shop 67, Macarthur Square Shopping Centre, Campbelltown
    ph: (02) 4626 6088
    Shop 610, Westfield Shopping Centre, Chatswood
    ph: (02) 9410 2500
  • Tik Tocs (0 - 12 years)
    Unit 2, 9 Enterprise Circuit, Prestons
    ph: (02) 9607 0888 www.tiktocs.com.au
  • Time Out Play Centre (0 - 10 years)
    397 Pacific Hwy, Asquith
    ph: (02) 9477 1114
  • Tot Rock Café (0 - 7 years)
    The Hills Shopping Centre, Cnr Prospect Hwy & Federal Rd, Seven Hills
    ph: (02) 9676 1234 www.totrock.com.au
  • Tunz O Fun (0 - 8 years)
    Shop 300a, Castle Towers Shopping Ctre, Castle Hill
    ph: (02) 9634 1674 www.tunzofun.com.au
  • Wiggly Play Centre (0 - 12 years)
    1A Stanton Rd, Seven Hills
    ph: 1300 556 293 www.totrock.com.au




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