Where are the best school holiday activities in Sydney?

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KaTra Mar 23, 2016
My nephew and niece love the Horrible Histories tv show and I found this wich should be a hit with primary school age children.
Horrible Histories The Exhibition
www.anmm.gov.au/whats-on/exhibitions/on-now/horrible-histories
Adults $30,
Child (under 4) FREE
Child (aged 4–15) $18
Concession $18
Family $75
Members FREE

Ice Age Live on Ice an amazing show to treat the kids with these the holidays.
Sydney Olympic Park
15th April - 17th April
$40 - $172
www.iceagelive.com
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Klt Mar 24, 2016
Some other activities over the holidays are:

Autumn holiday fun with NIDA @ 215 Anzac Parade, Kensington
Price: $25 - $595
www.open.nida.edu.au/holiday-classes?utm_source=print&utm_medium=brochure&utm_campaign=op%20autumn%20holidays

Earth Dinosaur Zoo
The Australian Botanic Garden, Mount Annan
16th April
$22
www.australianbotanicgarden.com.au
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laurenh2 Sep 27, 2017
I'd recommend taking the kids on a day trip or tour of the Blue Mountains. The Scenic Skyway cablecar (http://www.scenicworld.com.au/), Jenolan Caves and Featherdale Wildlife Park are must-see highlights.

Head down to the harbour for a fun sightseeing guided kayak tour https://www.sydneyharbourkayaks.com.au/tours.

You can never go wrong with a trip to Sydney Zoo or Taronga Zoo https://taronga.org.au/taronga-zoo.

Sky Walk at Sydney tower (https://www.sydneytowereye.com.au/skywalk) and The harbour bridge climb (https://www.bridgeclimb.com/) are great fun too!
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