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Published June 3rd 2013
Sydney has quite the reputation for glorious sunshine and great beach weather, but there are times also where we experience some wet down periods too.
Just when you thought venturing around Sydney during the rain is a major let down, there are some things you can still do and see. The great thing about these attractions is they're kid friendly.
Here's the top 4 things to see and do in Sydney on a rainy day.
1) Take an Opera House Tour
One of Sydney's most iconic landmarks, the Sydney Opera House is an amazing building architecturally from the outside, but did you know that amazing architecture is also just as good if not better from the inside?
If you can't venture out in the rain, then the next best thing is to be indoors and still able to see the native Australian wildlife all under the one roof. Housing hundreds of iconic Australian animals including koalas, kangaroos, snakes, wallabies, birds and even a huge Saltwater Crocodile.
Wild Life Sydney Zoo is located conveniently located in the heart of Sydney Darling Harbour and offers heaps of fun for adults and kids. To find out more and plan your visit, head over to their main website for more details on pricing and family discounts.
3) Meet Celebrities at Madame Tussuads
That's right Sydney now is the home of it's very own Madame Tussuads and what better way to spend a rainy day than catching up with a few celebrities?
This one is sure to be a treat with the kids as you get to bring them on a journey through amazing sea life and discover over an incredible 13,000 animals from 700 different species including the world's largest variety of sharks and rays.
Tickets range from $26 per adult if you purchase online, and child (4-15 years) are $15.40. If you hold a concession you only pay $25. And a family pass is $60 which covers 4 members including a maximum of 2 adults.