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Another rain, Sydney's classic indoor play inventory of the new Australia Express

Source: xkb.com.au
[Life Information]     18 Feb 2020
Indoor rock climbing is popular with many parents and children. "Nothing can stop me from going out to play. "This may be the voice of many people in the face of rain, especially for many children. Many mothers in sydney are worried about where to play on rainy days, especially during the weekend, after the recent spate of wildfires and fewer outdoor activities. The child is stuffy at home and alw...

Indoor rock climbing is popular with many parents and children. (Web Pictures)

 

"Nothing can stop me. "This may be the voice of many people in the face of rain, especially for many children.

Many mothers in sydney are worried about where to play on rainy days, especially during the weekend, after the recent spate of wildfires and fewer outdoor activities. The child is stuffy at home and always has a heart to run out. There are many interesting things about Sydney that allow parents to play indoors with their children. Let`s take a look at what there are.

Sydney`s North Shore Mother`s website lists some of the great options for indoor play spots, and take a look at them together, with so many options that there`s always one for kids. It`s not that upsetting on a rainy day.


1. Indoor rock climbing

Indoor climbing is generally suitable for older children, especially those who want to challenge their abilities. There are several indoor climbing centers in Sydney. But remember to go to these climbing centers to find out about opening hours and bookings.

* Climb Fit St Leonards

* Sydney Indoor Climbing Gym St Peters

* Sky Zone, Alexandria

* 9 Degrees: Indoor Rock Climbing Gym, Sydney

* The Edge Rock Climbing Centre, Castle Hill


2. Indoor Playground

In rainy Sydney, the indoor playground is always a good choice, where children can bounce around, while parents can have a comfortable coffee here, and the closed management environment allows parents not to worry about their children running out. It`s a win-win situation for parents and children to get what they need.

* Moving Bodies (Mt Kuring-gai)

* Wannabees Family Play Town (Hornsby & Frenchs Forest)

* Planet Mino (Chatswood)

* My Gym Children’s Fitness Centre (Chatswood)

* Chipmunks (Macquarie Shopping Centre)

* Simply Fun (Chatswood)

* Inflatable World (Mount Kuring-gai)

* Monkey Mania Ryde

* Cheeky Monkeys Play House (Warriewood)

* Wizzy World (Frenchs Forest)

* Kidz Connexion (Oxford Falls)

* Sand Bucket (North Narrabeen)

* Little Rascals (Brookvale)

* Stomping Ground (Brookvale)

* Lollipop’s Playland & Cafe (Castle Hill)

* Lollipop’s Playland & Cafe (Rosehill )

* Kids Playland (Castle Hill)

* Nubo (Alexandria)

Sydney Olympic Park Water Centre. (Photo on the website of Sydney Olympic Park Water Centre)


3. Indoor Water Sports Centre

Since it is in the summer, of course it is to play water. Rainy days cannot go to the beach or outdoor swimming pool, but indoor water sports centers also have a lot of options.

:: The Cosby Aquatic & Leisure Centre

:: Kulinge Fitness Aquatic Centre (Ku-ring- gai Fitness and Aquatic Centre)

:: Lane Cove Aquatic Centre

:: Willoughby Leisure Centre

:: North Sydney Pool

:: Mosman Swim Centre

:: Sydney Olympic Park Aquatic Centre (Sydney Olympic Park Aquatic Centre)

:: Ryde Aquatic Leisure Centre

:: Warringah Aquatic Centre


4. bowling alley

Bowling is entertaining, interesting and skilful. But it`s not just an adult activity.

There are a number of bowling alleys in Sydney for kids to play with, even for the younger ones, and the bowling alley centre will provide the tools to allow kids to enjoy bowling together. In the off-peak period, the cost will be cheaper.

Go to Strike Bowling if you`re interested, which has branches in Chatswood, the Macquarie Centre or Castle Hill. And Zone Bowling can also play bowling. Except these places

Besides playing bowling, you can play laser "shot out "(Laser Tag)... when it comes to playing bowling, there`s the vintage-themed Manhattan Superbowl Mascot.


5. Skating

On a hot summer`s day, it`s always cool and a good place to cool off the heat; even on rainy days, it`s indoors One of the best options for play.

Located at the Macquarie Ice Rink at the Macquarie Ice Centre, it`s also a great place to take your kids and skate along.

Sydney Marine Life Aquarium (Web Pictures)


6. Classic indoor attractions in Sydney

These places are famous tourist attractions in Sydney. For Sydney kids, it`s also a good place to play indoors.

:: Powerhouse Museum

:: Maritime Museum (Maritime Museum)

:: Sydney Marine Life Aquarium (SEA LIFE Sydney Aquarium)

:: Sydney Wildlife Park (Wild Life Sydney Zoo)

Madame Tussauds *

:: Sydney Tower Eye

:: Australian Museum

:: The Art Gallery of NSW

If a family regularly visits the Sydney Aquarium, Sydney Wildlife Park, Sydney Tower or Madame Tussauds, it`s a bargain to consider an annual card, which allows families to visit for an unlimited period of 12 months.


Watch a movie

Avoid the rainy days, forget the cloudy days and supermarkets outside, and relax in the cinema for a few hours is also a good choice. Some children can probably sit and watch a children`s movie at the age of three, and the whole process is usually very exciting for them.

There are cinemas in some of sydney`s larger districts, especially in shopping malls, and it`s easy to spend the day watching movies, shopping and eating.

Check out the Event CINEMASorHOYTS movie theater near home and plan for a weekend. On Tuesdays, movie tickets are usually discounted.

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