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Charlie, six years old, Mollymook Shoalhaven

My favorite place in NSW is Mollymook. Dolphins were swimming in the pool as we played. I rolled-polished down the dune and landed in the water. Kangaroos were also seen in the wild. We stayed in a place with a nice pool. It’s a great place for kids to have fun, and I saw kangaroos and wallabies.

Mollymook Caravan Park offers a wonderful place to stay for families.

Sunny, 7, Barangaroo, Sydney

Sydney is a great city, and I love it because of its size. I love Marrinawi Cove – the new swimming area at Barangaroo. The water was great, and I loved jumping off the rocks. It was so much fun that I wanted to keep doing it. The seaweed tickled my feet when we went swimming. That was funny.

Pier One Sydney offers a harbourfront location just a short distance from Marina Cove.

 

Dede is 12 years old and lives in Umina on the Central Coast.

My favorite place to vacation in NSW is Umina. There is a large caravan park with lots of things to do. The water park, the beach, and the pool are all available at the caravan park. You can surf on the beach, and there is a baby pool in the pool. The collection has a large slide. Jumping on the trampoline pillow and riding my bicycle with friends are my favorite memories.

Dede and his family stayed at NRMA Ocean Beach Holiday Resort.

Gracie, 9, Hunter Valley

I love the Hunter Valley because it is a great place to vacation in NSW. We had a lot of fun, and it made me happy. The Hunter Valley Gardens was my favorite place to visit. We went on the holiday Carnival big swing ride. Breakfast was delicious, and there was even a pancake maker. We went Go-Karting and swam in the large pool.

Gracie stayed with her family at Oaks Cypress Lakes Resort.

Chloe 11, Nelson Bay Port Stephens

My favorite place is Nelson Bay because it has so many activities and fun things. The inflatable Water Park on the ocean is my favorite memory. The trampolines were really high, and you had to be strapped in a harness. The beaches are beautiful. The beaches are really nice. We took a boat out to Broughton Island and our boogie board. There were huge dunes, which were great for four-wheeling. We went snorkeling on the point, and there were lots of fish.

Shoal Bay Holiday Park is a wonderful place for families with children to stay.

 

Leela, 13, Thredbo, Snowy Mountains

Thredbo has to be my favorite place to stay because it is so cool. There’s a lot of soft snow, and you can do fun activities like skiing, snowboarding, making snow angels, riding gondolas, and hurling snowballs. We would race down the mountain after ski school. The Lake Crackenback had archery, a trampoline, and an indoor pool. There was also a gym and restaurant. We would go out every morning and find the lake completely frozen. You can also eat and drink hot chocolate at the highest point in Australia, Eagles Nest. The first time I met Torah Bright, an Australian professional winter Olympian, was my favorite memory. You can go sightseeing, enjoy the snow, and dine at nice restaurants, even if you are not a winter sports fan.

Leela and their family stayed in Lake Crackenback.

 

Ashton 7, Port Stephens

Port Stephens has been my favorite place to visit because of Toboggan Park, Irukandji Shark & Ray Encounters, and nice beaches. I remember going down the sled really fast and seeing dolphins on Corlette Beach. The stingray splashed me and tickled my toes. The Anchorage has a pool and a breakfast buffet with a chocolate fountain, and we stayed there. Fingal Bay has a great beach with sand that’s really shallow and where you can play soccer on the beach.

Ashton’s family stayed in Anchorage.

 

Emily, Mogo, South Coast

My favorite place in NSW is Mogo. There are many cool things to do, like going to the beach, swimming, stand-up paddling, getting ice cream, and visiting Mogo Zoo. The tiger stuck his tongue out when I was at the zoo. I love the dog beaches and that my dog was able to swim because he is not used to it. I love playing chess and going to Mogo. The Botanical Gardens has a cafe, and there are many nature walks. The berries were also great. We went to a place where we could pick blackberries, blueberries, and other berries. I’d definitely recommend visiting because the beaches there are great fun for siblings, pets, and parents.

Emily and her family enjoy Malula Bay.

 

William, 14, Batemans Bay, South Coast

There are so many things to do in Batemans Bay. It’s unusual to see so many kangaroos. Bodalla has a milk shed that makes its ice cream and cheese. They also have some really good shakes. One time, I went fishing with a friend in Tuross. While you feel, you can get some food. Batehaven also has a carnival that runs between Christmas and 26 January, with a variety of rides. You can kayak, stand-up, paddleboard, and walk along the beach. It’s fun to do simple things, like going to the beach and exploring rock pools. There’s a new swimming complex in Batemans Bay called Bay Pavilions that has water slides.

Bodalla Dairy Shed offers guest rooms for guests to stay in.

Beau 5, Lake Conjola Shoalhaven

My favorite holiday spot in NSW is Lake Conjola. I was able to swim and hold rainbow birds. I loved to play in the park with my cousins. In the caravan park, we stayed in a large tent. The waterslide was my favorite, especially when I saw rainbow birds and raced on my bicycle. It was great fun to go fishing. It was great for the children, and I’d recommend them go to the swimming pool and waterslide. We won prizes at Funland.

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