Get Tickets to 5 of Sydney’s Best Attractions for Just $47!

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Let the little ones run wild this Spring school holidays!

With Klook, you can get 5 of Sydney’s best attractions for just $67, and only $47 for kids! Access the following until 31 Dec 2020 with no date restrictions:

🌟 SEA LIFE Sydney

🌟 WILD LIFE Sydney

🌟 Madame Tussauds

🌟 Sydney Tower Eye

🌟 Illawarra Fly Treetop Walk

Grab this special limited-time deal until the end of October

 

All Merlin attractions are registered COVID-Safe, and they have taken the extra precautions to keep you and your family safe during your visit.

 

1. SEA LIFE Sydney

Be mesmerised by the diverse marine life with over 700 species at SEA LIFE
 

Be mesmerised by the diverse marine life with over 700 species at SEA LIFE.

Since we can’t quite make it to the Great Barrier Reef this school holidays, the next best would be to get up close and face-to-fin with SEA LIFE Sydney Aquarium’s iconic wonders!

The SEA LIFE Sydney Aquarium has 14 themed zones, 13,000 marine animals and more than 700 species, including 2 out of only 6 dugongs (marine mammals related to the manatee) in the world! Meet Pig the Dugong:

The different zones provide something for everyone to enjoy – The Day & Night on the Reef zone is the centre’s newest attraction and provides interactive experiences for the whole family. They have also recently revamped their rock pool so the little ones can come and meet the new itty-bitty creatures that call this home.

Opening hours – 

  • Thursday-Monday: 10:00-16:00
  • Last admission: 15:00
Getting there – 
  • By foot: 5-10 minute walk along Market Street or King Street Street
  • By light rail: Get off at the Convention Centre or Pyrmont Bay station
  • By metro: Get off at Darling Park station
  • By train: A short walk from Town Hall or Wynyard stations
  • By bus: Get off at the 24th stop of Sydney sightseeing bus or take other buses to Market Street or King Street
  • By ferry: Take the ferry that runs from Circular Quay to Darling Harbour and disembark at the Aquarium ferry Wharf
 
 
 

2. WILD LIFE Sydney

WILF LIFE Sydney Koalas

 

Rain or shine, WILD LIFE Sydney is a great destination for kids because it’s indoors, and is very easy to get to! Attend informative talks with the kids, do some animal feeding, and meet kangaroos, wombats, emus, platypuses and even crocodiles. 

We’ve also got some special news – there are four new kangaroos that will be joining the Kangaroo Walkabout, so make sure you hop down and meet them!

Tip: Start your day with a Breakfast Buffet with Koalas for a one-of-a-kind experience!

Opening hours – 
  • Thursday-Monday: 10:00-16:00
  • Last admission: 15:00
Getting there – 
  • By foot: 5-10 minute walk along Market Street or King Street Street
  • By light rail: Get off at the Convention Centre or Pyrmont Bay station
  • By metro: Get off at Darling Park station
  • By train: A short walk from Town Hall or Wynyard stations
  • By bus: Get off at the 24th stop of Sydney sightseeing bus or take other buses to Market Street or King Street
  • By ferry: Take the ferry that runs from Circular Quay to Darling Harbour and disembark at the Aquarium ferry Wharf
 

 

 

3. Madame Tussauds

Superman at Madame Tussauds in Sydney

From superheroes, sporting legends to icons of the screen – see it all at Madame Tussauds! 

Be transported to the streets of Metropolis and Gotham City for an interactive experience. See if the kiddos can help Aquaman harness the powers of the sea! Or do they have what it takes to wield the power of Wonder Woman’s wrist gauntlets, or act fast enough to summon Batman into battle?! It’s game on at Madame Tussauds in Sydney.

The kids can also get up-close and personal with celebrities and feel like an absolute A-lister, or even live life like royalty for a day and take pics with the royal family to show off to friends and family after!

Opening hours – 
  • Thursday-Monday: 10:00-16:00
  • Last admission: 15:00
Getting there – 
  • By foot: 5-10 minute walk along Market Street or King Street Street
  • By light rail: Get off at the Convention Centre or Pyrmont Bay station
  • By metro: Get off at Darling Park station
  • By train: A short walk from Town Hall or Wynyard stations
  • By bus: Get off at the 24th stop of Sydney sightseeing bus or take other buses to Market Street or King Street
  • By ferry: Take the ferry that runs from Circular Quay to Darling Harbour and disembark at the Aquarium ferry Wharf
 

 

 

4. Sydney Tower Eye

Sunset views from the Sydney Tower Eye

Did you know Sydney Tower is Sydney’s tallest structure and the second tallest observation tower in the Southern Hemisphere?!

Sydney Tower Eye takes you to the highest viewing platform above Sydney for breathtaking 360 degree views of the beautiful harbour city. From the golden beaches to the distant Blue Mountains – you can see it all from up here.

Opening hours – 

  • Thursday-Monday: 10:00-19:00
  • Last admission: 18:00
Getting there – 
  • By foot: Located in the heart of Sydney, at the corner of Pitt Street Mall and Market Street
  • By train: A short walk from Town Hall and St. James stations
  • By light rail: Exit at Capitol Square and head along Pitt Street
  • By bus: Any service along George Street (get off at Queen Victoria Building) or Elizabeth Street (get off at St. James Station or Hyde Park)
 

 

 

5. Illawarra Fly Treetop Walk

blue mountains scenic world

Looking for a perfect day trip from Sydney with the kids? You’ll love Illawarra Fly – home to Australia’s incredible Treetop Walk experience, which is a breezy 1.5km loop track with 500 metres of elevated steel walkway through the treetops. 

The highlight of the walk is definitely the Knights Tower, a spiral tower that goes up a breathtaking 45m above ground, so you can catch the most spectacular panoramic views of the rainforest canopy and all the way out to the Pacific Ocean too!

Opening hours – 
  • Friday-Sunday: 10:00-17:00
  • Last admission: 16:00
Getting there – 
By car: travel down the Hume Highway and take the Bowral turn-off, then drive through the lovely Southern Highlands to Robertson and follow the signs from the Famous Robertson Pie Shop or travel down the picturesque Grand Pacific Drive – take the Illawarra Hwy (Macquarie Pass) towards Robertson. Turn left at the ‘famous’ Robertson Pie Shop onto Jamberoo Mountain Road. Travel 10 kms and turn left at Knights Hill Road