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Water World Central

Need a way to keep cool over summer? Swap the beach for epic waterslides and huge  inflatable pools at Australia’s first mobile waterpark, Waterworld Central. The family friendly  affair will be taking over Moore Park’s Entertainment Quarter this summer and it’s going to  be bigger and better than ever before! Come have a splash these school holidays from the  28th Dec. 2021 – 26th Jan. 2022 (Closed New Year’s Day)!  Race your mates on the multi-lane Epic Racer slide, go on an 80-metre water tubing ride or  just relax in one of the chilled out wading pools. For the dare…

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Events, Kids, What to do

MONSTER JUMP

It’s time to bounce back and get outside this summer, so get those happy feet ready to hop  onto Australia’s hottest new attraction! Monster Jump is a mobile inflatable obstacle course  boasting a monstrous 280 meters of endless fun!  The course is set to jump into the  Entertainment Quarter in Sydney the first 3 weekends of December plus the 28th Dec. – 26th Jan. for the school holidays too!  Don’t let the kids have all the fun, Monster Jump is suitable for everyone from children to  adults! For the competitive type, come race your mates and see who can complete…

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Parks & Playgrounds

New boardwalk completes the loop around Randwick Environment Park

Just in time for summer, the new boardwalk at Randwick Environment Park is complete and open for public use. The boardwalk, which was built in place of the dilapidated dirt track on the western edge of the park, completes the 1.2km loop around the park, making the walk fully accessible to all. “Whether you’re a parent pushing a stroller, you’re in a wheelchair or a mobility scooter, everyone should have access to this beautiful green space in the middle of Randwick,” says Dylan Parker, Mayor of Randwick. The new section of the track is comprised of a 73m long deco…

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Parks & Playgrounds, What to do

Plumb Reserve – a brand new playground

The Woollahra Council area boasts many gorgeous parks, reserves and playgrounds, as well as scenic harbourside pools, beaches and baths. The team at Woollahra Council have been working hard behind the scenes to reinvigorate Plumb Reserve and this fabulous has just opened in time of summer holiday fun. Check it out now! Plumb Reserve, a popular playspace at Fletcher Street, Woollahra, has had a complete makeover, making it more accessible, inclusive, modern and engaging for children. The playground was redesigned in consultation with local kids and parents who were invited to offer their ideas as to what they would love…

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Pixar Putt returns to take Sydney to infinity…and beyond, this summer!

Get ready to kick some serious putt when Pixar Putt returns to take Sydney to infinity…and beyond, this summer! Australia’s much loved open-air mini golf sensation is inspired by some of Pixar’s most adored films. Putt your way around 9 or 18 holes at the Entertainment Quarter in Moore Park for a limited season from 26 November until Sunday 6 February. This immersive open-air mini-golf sensation is made up of interactive putt-putt holes inspired by the stories, characters and icons from some of Pixar’s most beloved films including Toy Story, Monsters Inc, Soul, The Incredibles, and more and will feature…

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Events, Inspiration

Best Christmas Lights in the Eastern Suburbs

The dedication of some local eastern suburbs residents this Christmas is just wonderful and and gold stars (literally) to them for taking the time and effort to bring life their homes share the joy that is Christmas!  The kids will love it and so will you when you see their faces literally light up with the magic creations so many have done. Here is our 2021 Local Eastern Suburbs guide to the best Christmas lights in Sydney’s East BONDI  Avoca and Waratah Ave offer a spectacle, it’s one of Sydney’s most popular streets for Christmas Lights BOTANY/PAGEWOOD  Page Street between…

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Kids, Parks & Playgrounds

Musicians popping up at playgrounds this week

This weekend Friday 17th December till Sunday 20th December, you’ll have the chance to see live music from 9:30am until 9pm at night across Randwick City, from La Perouse to Coogee. Heading to a playground with the kids? Head to La Perouse and there will be music from 9:30am – 12:30pm. Or try the new playground at Kokoda Park Kensington, where there will be music playing from 10am – 1pm. Want to grab a coffee? The town centre at Little Bay will have music from 10am – 1pm, while Randwick town centre on Belmore Road will have music from 10:30am…

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Inspiration, What to do

Ultimate Family weekend getaway “The Beach House at Newport”

Only 60 minutes from the eastern suburbs, The Beach House Newport offers a great family weekend away. Whether your thinking of an unforgettable group getaway, yoga retreat, or family reunion; The Beach House was designed with group activity in mind. If you feel like you’d rather have some alone time, sneak away to read in the garden, grab a coffee at a nearby café or walk along beach only 250m away. Thoughtfully designed for the entire group, the owner has used the layout to create spaces for group get togethers with 11 individual beds. The decor is modern, completely clutter-free,…

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Parks & Playgrounds

8 Popular Playgrounds with Fences in the Eastern Suburbs

If you’ve got kids that have not only learned to walk but have taken it upon themselves to run everywhere they go and take pride in running away from you then you’re going to love this compilation of fenced playgrounds in Sydney’s Eastern Suburbs. 1. Malabar Park Highly recommended by Eastern Suburbs mums this beach-side playground is a large and beautiful spot. With plenty of parking on the street or along the beach and a couple of cafes across the road this is an ideal spot for play dates. 2. Maroubra Beach Playground While it might be hard to get…

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