Top 6 Kids holiday Australia destinations for Christmas

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(Sponsored) If you’re planning a Christmas getaway this year, try one of these top 6 kids’ holiday destinations in your own backyard where children can enjoy lot. The winter break is the perfect time to explore all that Australia has to offer!


This is good place for kid’s holidays. For the ultimate luxury getaway, head to The Whitsundays. Those dreaming of a white Christmas won’t find snow here but they will find some of the purest, brightest sand seen anywhere in the world.

Bowties will be spoiled for choice in this tropical paradise, with 74 islands to stumble upon. The Queensland coastal region is right in the middle of the Great Barrier Reef, which allows families, couples and other travel groups to enjoy the warm summer waters on their Christmas break.

Whitehaven Beach is a must-visit as it’s regarded as one of the best beaches in the world. Relax in the flawless silica sand or plunge into the cobalt water that lines this seven kilometer beach. Enjoy the quintessential Australian experience of Christmas on the beach, overlooking Hill Inlet where the tide shifts to create a stunning fusion of sand and water colors. This is a truly romantic Christmas destination, perfect for those who wish to relax and catch some sun after the hustle and bustle of the working year.


Kangaroo Island is a great destination for anyone who wants to feel a world away from home without leaving Australian soil. The island boasts 509 kilometers of coastline, plus bush land and wildlife to explore when you feel like a break from the beach. This unspool land is an ideal destination for adults looking to spoil themselves over the silly season, with a Kangaroo Island Farm Gate and Cellar Door Trail  providing the ideal opportunity to sample fresh produce and wines right from the source.

Foodies will love the King George Whiting, exquisite honey and sheep’s cheese all located on the island. Small industries are flourishing here, with free-range eggs, home-made native jams, sauces, marinades and olive oil aplenty. Enjoy a Christmas Day lunch of fresh seafood such as prawns, oysters, snapper, whiting and freshwater maroon and wash it all down with locally produced wine from one of 18 labels. 


Families will love a Christmas in Coffs Harbor, with a beach, relaxed area that welcomes visitors with open arms. Make the most of the sunny Christmas weather and head to the Solitary Islands Marine Park for uncrowned beach time and plenty of nature to explore.

Spend a relaxing Christmas Day at the Botanic Gardens, which are open every day of the year. The hidden gardens are a veritable treasure trove of natural beauty, with rainforests, mangroves and even koalas to be spotted high up in the trees. Discover the glasshouses, sensory garden and flora representing different continents and countries, or simply relax on the manicured lawns and enjoy a picnic lunch.

For an off-the-beaten-track destination, try Ballinger. This relaxing town boasts warm and mild weather year round and is an ideal location for outdoorsy activities such as cycling, kayaking and bush walking. It’s also home to the largest regional markets in Australia, so be sure to stock up on your seasonal produce when you arrive.


Christmas in Canberra is a family-friendly affair that offers plenty of activities and events. Mostly children can enjoy at this place very much. Take the children along to SIDS & Kids Christmas Lights in the City, which is attempting to break the existing Guinness World Record for the Largest LED Image Display in the World. The city will be lit up with millions of lights, creating a breathtakingly beautiful Christmas ambiance.

Wine connoisseurs can head to more than 30 boutique cellar doors within close driving range of Canberra, where you can enjoy cellar door tastings, informative meet-and-greets and perhaps an indulgent meal or two. Toast the season with a Shiraz or Riesling, which the region is known for, and let the long summer days pass you by as you roam through the vineyards.

See white lions at the National Zoo and Aquarium, which is the only attraction of its kind in Australia. Animals and aquatic life are spread over seven kilometers of land, with the special feature of Australia’s largest inland saltwater tank. Pack a barbeque and spend a day with your family here – it’s open every day except for Christmas Day.


Escape the hustle and bustle of the capital cities when you head to the Morning ton Peninsula this Christmas. Known for its golf and favorable weather, Christmas is the perfect time to get out on the green and enjoy 15 of Australia’s best golf clubs, each more beautiful than the last.

Horse riding is another popular leisure activity here, with Red Hill and Main Ridge ideal locations for a gallop or canter. Some tours even take you down to the beach where the horses frolic in the waves – a truly memorable experience.


Sydney is best attractive city break with plenty of Attractions in Sydney for everyone. The whole family will get into the Christmas spirit with these fabulous Christmas events full of carols, market stalls, live entertainment…and the odd visit from Mr Claus all the way from the North Pole!

Jingle all the way to Sydney Tower Eye this Christmas and experience the magic of the North Pole in the heart of Sydney’s CBD. Christmas Wonderland Sydney Showground presents Sydneysliders with a Christmas extravaganza not to be missed, visit more places to visit in Sydney at

There’s no better way to spend the festive season than by soaking up an incredible atmosphere with family and friends, knowing the kids are well entertained.

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