November 10, 2016

Sydney is the perfect spot for fun activities that will have the whole family enjoying the time off without being stuck inside and staring at the TV set. We are on the lookout for activities that will keep your kids entertained without breaking the bank.

 

Here are our top three activities for the kids to do this month.

 

From Sketches to Stories is an exhibition of two children’s books, an insight into the picture book and visual imagination. Part of the Chatswood Library’s Creative Week at The Art Space on the Concourse. Explore the Aura Parker’s new release Twig brimming with hidden hinges to find, to Maura Finn an her explosion of colour of My Magnificent Jelly Bean Tree. Concourse Box Office, 02 8075 8111 or via Ticketek 1300 795 012, 15-20 November.

 

Snugglepot and Cuddlepie is a series of books written by Australian author May Gibbs. Chronicle adventures of the magical bush tale comes to life on stage. These gumnut babies are on a mission and along the journey they will encounter the big city, friends and foes. Performing at The Concourse, 22 November, tickets available from Ticketek 1300 795 012, Concourse 02 8075 8111.

 

Who doesn’t love Penguins? The Penguin Island Exhibition at Sydney Aquarium at Darling Harbour is a fun and interactive ride. Travel in a raft through a rugged, sub-Antarctic  environment and get up close with these tiny tuxedos. Sydney Sealife Aquarium, 1800 199 657

 

Designed for weekend breaks with friends and families who want the comfort of being in a home. The Sebel Chatswood is the perfect spot if you are heading in to the city. Only a 20 minute train ride from Chatswood station you can discover more of Sydney’s entertainment hub.