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Things To Do In Sydney With Kids – The Entertainment Quarter

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by Ivana Katz (subscribe)
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Published July 11th 2012
The Entertainment Quarter certainly lives up to its name. There is so much to see and do for kids of all ages and plenty of places for parents to relax and enjoy a quiet coffee.





This great family spot certainly puts on a noteworthy show with plenty of fun activities and things to do with kids, especially on the weekends and during school holidays:

Monkey Mania
Indoor play centre for children aged 1-12 with an inflatable jumping castle, dedicated toddlers area, café and electric kiddies go karts.

Bubbles of Fun
Walk on water inside a sealed bubble or race your friends, play bubble dodgems or just try to stay upright.



Plaster Painting Studios
A huge range of over 330 plaster figurines, money boxes and picture frames. The store provides everything you need to make your special creation - paint, brushes, smocks, glitter and glaze.



Flying Trapeze
No matter how old or fit you are, this is great fun and increases your strength, reflexes and coordination.

Hoyts Imax Theatre
Incredible image and sound quality, this theatre showcases not only Hollywood blockbusters but also educational and entertaining documentaries

Strike Bowling Bar
Strike features 12 tenpin bowling lanes, a million-dollar laser skirmish arena, private karaoke rooms, as well as pool tables and interactive games.

Bungy Trampoline & Jumping Castles
Jump up to 8 metres in the air and look down on the crowd from over two stories high or enjoy hours of fun on the many jumping castles.





You will also find 2 fantastic playgrounds – one for older children and one for toddlers. Both are enclosed so you can be sure your children are safe.



There are lots of shops including Kids Central with great toys and Skater Headquarters – a cool place for older kids to visit. Lots of take away shops as well as cafes and restaurants ensure you have a great selection of snacks and lunches to choose from.





If you fancy a little retail therapy, then you will find great fashion stores, accessories, arts & crafts, DVDs, books, music, games, gifts, hair and beauty, homewares, jewellery and more.

On Wednesdays and weekends, you will also find a village market, with over 100 stalls selling fresh produce, flowers, gourmet and fine foods. The market is open between 10am – 3.30pm.



Parking is available at a parking station right next to Entertainment Quarter, with the first 2 hours being free.
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Why? Fun for the whole family
When: All year round
Where: 122 Lang Road, Moore Park
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