While it’s a well known fact that there is a lot of fun and entertainment to be had in Sydney’s CBD and beachside suburbs, there is also a world of entertainment and things to see and do out in the vast Western Suburbs.
Let’s take a quick look at just some of the reasons why you should venture into Sydney’s West when you’re looking for things to entertain yourself.
Dining Options Are Endless
Food is life but delicious food is even better.
Out in Sydney’s Western Suburbs, you are so spoilt for choice that you may have a hard time making up your mind where you’re going to eat. No matter what suburb you find yourself in, it seems everywhere you turn, there is a restaurant tempting you to go inside to sample its wares.
The other really cool thing about eating out in the Western Suburbs is the diversity of cultures. It seems you can find restaurants offering food from just about every country on Earth. You have your classics like Chinese and Italian, plus Vietnamese, Thai, Indian, Middle Eastern cuisine and just about everything else you could think of.
Sydney’s West really is a giant smorgasbord when it comes to dining options.
Spend a Day Or Evening At a Social Club
If you’re looking for a social club, Sydney and the Western Suburbs have some great ones to choose from. The popularity of the social and entertainment club has exploded in the state’s capital, for a number of reasons.
Many social clubs are family-friendly, offer fantastic meals at affordable prices, provide entertainment for adults and kids alike, serve up all of your favourite beverages, host regular nights of bingo, trivia and other events where you can win fantastic prizes and much more.
Whether it’s a Lidcombe social club or another social club located in Sydney’s West, they are fantastic venues to get together and have fun with friends and family. You may even want to consider holding your next special event at a social and entertainment venue.
The Gateway To the Stunning Blue Mountains
Just beyond Penrith in the west is the incredible Blue Mountains, with its picturesque countryside and quaint little mountain towns. If you want to escape the hustle and bustle of busy city life, take a day trip or spend a weekend in this stunning setting.
Take a relaxing bush walk along one of the many trails. Check out the famous Three Sisters. Pack a picnic lunch and relax beside a waterfall or rock pool deep down in one of the many valleys.
When you’re not exploring the vast countryside, enjoy lunch or dinner in one of the many towns throughout the Blue Mountains.
It’s just a great place to get away from it all.
Cool Off In Summer At Raging Waters
When it opened back in 2013, Raging Waters became Sydney’s biggest and best water park. If you want to cool off and have loads of fun at the same time, then Raging Waters is for you.
Located in prospect, you’ll discover a whole world of water thrills in this aquatic wonderland. Whether you enjoy an adrenaline rush or something more sedate, there are attractions and rides to suit everyone’s style.
With more than 30 rides, pools and water slides, you’ll never want to leave this place. When it’s time to relax, you can purchase food and refreshments inside the park.
Feed the Kangaroos At the Featherdale Sydney Wildlife Park
Hand-feeding kangaroos is just one thing you can do at this incredible wildlife park in Sydney’s West. The Featherdale Wildlife Park boasts a vast selection of Australia’s native wildlife, all set in natural surroundings. Watch a giant saltwater crocodile feeding session, take photos of the cuddly koalas, check out the cute dingo puppies and so much more.
You can easily spend an entire day wandering around this wildlife park and taking in the sights. It’s a fun day out and is something that everyone should have on their list of things to do when exploring the Western Suburbs.
For those in the know, many people will say that “Sydney’s West is the best”. So, get out there and discover all that the Western Suburbs has to offer.