Sydney has a a very long naval history having being settled by a navy man Govenor Arthur Phillip and the next 4 Govenors were naval men. This museum located in Darling Harbour is very popular with children as it holds many activities for young and older kids.
Open every day from 9-30am to 5pm
The powerhouse is considered Australia’s foremost science museum, encompassing computer technology, space technology, transport, communication, costume design and mush more.
This is a great museum for children as many exhibitions are interactive.
Sydney’s oldest historical institution, established in 1827 remains one of the city’s most vibrant. This is a great destination for kids (of all ages) but particularly if you are under 16 years of age as admission is free.
Located in the North Head National Park this was Sydney’s quarantine station.
Designed by convict Francis Greenway the barracks were completed in 1819 to house 600 male convicts.