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Things to Do In Sydney With Kids

School holidays always seem to roll around so quickly, I barely have time to catch my breath. Rather than spend the days at home, I love going out and exploring all that Sydney and surrounding areas have to offer. Here are some great things you can do with your kids during the next school holidays.

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Things to Do In Sydney With Kids

School holidays always seem to roll around so quickly, I barely have time to catch my breath. Rather than spend the days at home, I love going out and exploring all that Sydney and surrounding areas have to offer. Here are some great things you can do with your kids during the next school holidays.

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Top 10 Beaches For All Day Fun

Sydney and its surrounding areas have some spectacular beaches and depending on your mood, you can either choose a quiet secluded beach, where you can rest and relax or if you are in the mood for an all day excitement and fun, then check out the following beaches, which are guaranteed to keep you amused all day.

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Sydneys Best Beaches for Snorkelling

Most Sydneysiders only get to see the beach from the sand, but very few experience the wonders of our underwater world.

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Sydneys Best Beaches for Snorkelling

Most Sydneysiders only get to see the beach from the sand, but very few experience the wonders of our underwater world.

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Sydneys Best Beaches for Snorkelling

Most Sydneysiders only get to see the beach from the sand, but very few experience the wonders of our underwater world.

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Sydneys Best Beaches for Snorkelling

Most Sydneysiders only get to see the beach from the sand, but very few experience the wonders of our underwater world.

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Sydneys Best Beaches for Snorkelling

Most Sydneysiders only get to see the beach from the sand, but very few experience the wonders of our underwater world.

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Fishermans Beach

Fishermans Beach runs off the Long Reef headland and is situated between Dee Why Beach to the south and Collaroy Beach to the north. It is the only sheltered beach for miles, making it ideal for a calm swim. It is also part of an aquatic reserve, so is a great place to go snorkelling and fishing.

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Fishermans Beach

Fishermans Beach runs off the Long Reef headland and is situated between Dee Why Beach to the south and Collaroy Beach to the north. It is the only sheltered beach for miles, making it ideal for a calm swim. It is also part of an aquatic reserve, so is a great place to go snorkelling and fishing.