Kids are well catered for when it comes to accommodation in Sydney. With a bit of planning, you can find family-friendly and budget accommodation at great locations across the city.
The Novotel Sydney in Darling Harbour is a comfortable choice for families. You'll enjoy visiting nearby attractions, such as the sharks and dugongs at SEA LIFE Sydney Aquarium, the koalas at WILD LIFE Sydney Zoo, the world's biggest cinema screen at IMAX Theatre, and the Australian National Maritime Museum, where you can climb aboard a submarine.
Vibe Hotels in Rushcutters Bay, North Sydney and the city centre have a number of suites with the extra room that families need. The locations make for easy access in and around the city centre, harbour and beaches. The Rushcutters Bay hotel is near a marina where you can hire a skipper and a yacht from EastSail and sail sparkling Sydney Harbour.
Holiday parks are little-known affordable gems in Sydney, with self-catering cabins and powered sites for caravans not far from the city centre. Ingenia Holidays Avina and Lane Cove River Tourist Park is in Sydney’s north. The Lane Cover holiday park doubles as the fictional Summer Bay Caravan Park in TV show Home and Away.
For something special, Cockatoo Island Camping is a campsite on Sydney Harbour, one of the world's most beautful natural harbours. The island is a short ferry ride from Circular Quay. Roar and Snore at Taronga Zoo is Sydney's wildest slumber party. Families will enjoy good food and be treated to a night zoo safari and truly spectacular harbour views.