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Things to do and places to go these holidays FOR CHRISTMAS • Christmas Spectacular Monday 20 December, 5pm-9.30pm Christmas carols, a visit by Santa and a fireworks show. For more information, visit or call 9847 6739. Cost: Free. Location: Waitara Oval, Park Ave, Waitara. • Carols in the Domain Park - Sydney city Sat 18th December 2010 - 3:00pm - 11:00pm FREE Website: [2] Address: The Domain Royal Botanic Gardens, Mrs Macquaries Road , Sydney 2000 . The 28th annual Woolworths Carols in the Domain will see Australia's biggest stars come together to celebrate Christmas on stage at the Domain. For those who can't make it, you can watch live on the Seven Network. Take your folding chair or blanket and picnic and sunhat. FOR CHILDREN • Bush Kids at Ku-ring-gai Wildflower Garden, 420 Mona Vale Rd St Ives – many activities Phone 9424 0353 or find the brochure with information at this link for activities all holidays • Lego workshops for kids at different libraries Tuesday 11th – Friday 14th January, 10am-12pm children aged 5 to 12.. Bookings on 9847 6140. Cost: $10. Location: Berowra, Hornsby, Epping and Pennant Hills Libraries. See website for dates FOF FUN FOR FUN Catch a Manly ferry boat • Get a train to Circular Quay and then catch the Manly ferry from Wharf Number 5. See this link for timetables – remember Sunday is cheap Funday for families $2.50 per person all day train/bus/ferry. • Maybe catch a train to the Blue Mountains (get off at Katoomba and walk down to the 3 sisters lookout) (train timetables) and or go down the coast to Kiama Beach to see the Blow Hole. FOR NEW YEARS EVE • Fireworks in Sydney 9.00pm and midnight find out where to go and see them FOR AUSTRALIA DAY • Australia Day 26th Jan 2011 Koala Park free ticket giveaway check Hornsby Shire Council website after 10th January Or contact by Phone: 98476739 By Email: • Australia Day celebrations Wednesday 26th January Celebrate Australia Day in Hornsby Shire. A busy program of events is planned right across the Shire, including at Hornsby Park, Hornsby Mall, Dangar Island and Fagan Park in Galston. For more information, visit or call 9847 6739. FOR CHINESE NEW YEAR In Sydney from Friday 28 January to Sunday 13 February 2011. • Festival Launch Celebrations – Friday 28 January • Chinese New Year Markets – Friday 28 January - Sunday 30 January • Chinese New Year Twilight Parade – Sunday 6 February • Dragon Boat Races – Saturday 12 February - Sunday 13 February New Year’s Day in the lunar calendar will be Thursday 3 February 2011. FOR SWIMMING AND BEACH SAFETY • Go swimming or get your children swimming lessons at Epping Aquatic Centre – Address: Dence Park, 26 Stanley Road, Epping NSW 2121 Phone: (02) 9876 5945 (press 0 to speak to reception) Outdoor 50 Metre Pool Heated to 26°C / Covered Toddlers' Play Pool /Fully equipped gymnasium / Kiosk / coffee shop /Plenty of parking. • If you go to the beach, you can find information on beach safety in your language at this website

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