Sydney in New South Wales, Australia, is well-known for its Opera House on the harbourfront, the esteemed Royal Botanic Garden, Bondi Beach, and the Sydney Harbour Bridge. However, upon planning your holiday to Sydney, you might also become aware of this beautiful Australian city’s many standout parks. If you’re planning a fun-filled holiday for your family, consider adding the following parks to your ‘must-visit’ list.
TreeTop Adventure Western Sydney
If your family are thrill-seekers, visiting TreeTop Adventure Western Sydney is a must. From flying foxes and Tarzan swings to trapezes and payload nets, there’s something for every adrenaline junkie. TreeTop Adventure Western Sydney also boasts 100-plus bridges, tunnels, ziplines, and other aerial obstacles to ensure no child ever utters the phrase, ‘I’m bored’.
However, if you want to maximise your experience at TreeTop Adventure, consider finding a map of the park first so you can decide on the activities your family would like to do. For example, here’s a map of Disney theme parks outlining the many fun activities. You’re bound to find a similar map for TreeTop Adventure Western Sydney.
No trip to Sydney is complete without visiting Luna Park. This amusement park has been delighting visitors since its initial opening in the 1930s. Unlike most amusement parks, entry into Luna Park is free. You can then pay to enjoy the many different rides that grab your attention, like The Wild Mouse, Ferris Wheel, Magic Castle, and Whirly Wheel. Whether you have young children or older teens, Luna Park is bound to offer the many attractions you’re looking for to make your trip to Sydney memorable for all the right reasons.
Raging Waters Sydney
Don’t forget to pack your swimwear because the kids likely aren’t going to want to miss out on an opportunity to enjoy the dozens of slides and rides at Raging Waters Sydney, formerly known as Wet’n’Wild Sydney. This top-rated water theme park opened its doors in Sydney in 2013 and has been one of the most popular tourist attractions ever since.
Whether you’re trying to beat Sydney’s heat or enjoy something new with your family, it’s an ideal attraction to visit. Raging Waters Sydney is located in Prospect, greater western Sydney, just a stone’s throw from other major attractions like Prospect Nature Reserve, Sydney Dragway, and the Lizard Log Western Sydney Parklands.
Cables Wake Park & Aqua Park
Learning a new skill can be a lot of fun. If you’re planning a trip to Sydney, book an experience at Cables Wake Park & Aqua Park. The Cables Park and Aqua Park combined provide individuals, couples, and families with a wide range of fun activities all in one place, such as wakeboarding, wakeboarding lessons, inflatable slides, and jumping pillows and structures. There is even on-site accommodation, meaning you can spend a day learning how to wakeboard before retiring in the evening in dormitory-style rooms.
While you’re bound to find plenty of fun activities to partake in on holiday in Sydney, parks can undoubtedly be at the top of the list. Don’t book a trip to Sydney without checking out Raging Waters, Luna Park, Cables Wake Park & Aqua Park, and TreeTop Adventure Western Sydney.Sydney Unleashed is one of Australia’s premier entertainment publications exploring the latest in lifestyle trends. From Sydney’s finest restaurants, cafes and bars to the hottest in gadgets, products, and home entertainment, Sydney Unleashed is your one-stop lifestyle platform.