HOT: WWF Antarctic Journey, The Nobbies Centre, 1320 Ventnor Road, Summerlands

  Have you ever wanted to pat a seal, play with a whale or frolic with a penguin? Then don’t miss Phillip Island’s newest attraction ‘WWF Antarctic Journey’, the world’s first interactive Antarctic experience in partnership with WWF-Australia at The Nobbies Centre. The museum has three educational levels to explore and even little kids like Baby […]

HOT: Geelong Play Space, Eastern Park Circuit, Geelong

The Geelong Play Space is a fully fenced playground next to the Geelong Botanic Gardens and it’s one of Geelong’s best playgrounds. The award-winning design combines imaginative features and a mainly natural setting to create a play space that sparks the imagination. As you walk down the musical bell bridge, what first captures your eye […]

HOT: A Maze’N Things, 1805 Phillip Island Road, Cowes, Phillip Island

A Maze’N Things is one of Phillip Island’s most popular family attractions and if you haven’t been in a while (or have never been) it’s worth a visit now that the new SkyTrail has just opened. You won’t be able to miss it as the theme park is marked by a head-turning giant floating tap […]

HOT: Festival of Sails, Geelong Waterfront, Geelong

Updated January 2017 The Festival of Sails in Geelong is held every year on Australia Day and it is the largest annual keel boat regatta in the Southern Hemisphere and one of Australia’s oldest oldest sporting events. Even if you have no interest or knowledge of boat racing the free community Shoreside Festival is a great family […]

HOT: Eastern Beach Reserve, 95 Eastern Beach Rd, Geelong

Is this view of a tropical resort? No, it’s Eastern Beach Geelong, on our own back doorstep only an hour from Melbourne. Eastern Beach Reserve is right in Geelong’s CBD and it’s an amazing, free place to cool down, have fun, relax and party, right by the shimmering waters of Corio Bay. You can enter via […]

HOT: Geelong Library and Heritage Centre, 51 Little Malop St, Geelong

The shape of the new Geelong Library and Heritage Centre is truly striking. Its domed roof is visible from far away and takes inspiration from great reading rooms around the world (including, Melbourne’s own State Library Dome). The modern architecture feels perfectly at home in leafy Johnstone Park and complements the surroundings. The ground floor includes a news […]

The HOT List: Top 13 Places to go in Sydney with Kids

Sydney is a world-class city that’s right on Melbourne’s doorstep – and hence a fantastic place to visit with kids, even if just for a few days. In fact, Lonely Planet considered it one of Australia’s Top 10 family-friendly destinations. If you have limited time here’s a short itinerary of where to stay, eat and […]

HOT: Taronga Zoo, Bradleys Head Rd, Mosman, Sydney

  Taronga Zoo is possibly Australia’s most beautiful zoo and a highlight of any trip to Sydney with children (though I saw plenty of tourists visiting without kids too) There is so much to see that you should allocate a whole day to explore or start at 9:30am for a solid morning if you have […]

HOT: Australian Museum, 1 William St, Sydney

Australian Museum is Australia’s oldest museum, right in the heart of Sydney’s CBD opposite Hyde Park. If you’re in Sydney with young kids, then it’s a must do – mainly because of the excellent Kidspace for under 5s.   Australian Museum is housed inside a 19th century sandstone and to that extent it provides an […]

The HOT List: Top 10 Tips for visiting Tokyo Disneyland and Tokyo DisneySea

Disneyland is a childhood destination like no other and Tokyo’s version of the magic of Disney is pretty unique. Tokyo Disney Resort can be an intense experience for little kids so here are my Top 10 tips for visiting Tokyo Disneyland and the adjoining park Tokyo DisneySea with children under 5 years.  1. Book your […]

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