Bali has long been a favourite destination for sun-loving Australian families. The resorts make it easy for you no matter what age your kids are...read more
Waterbom Park 1 Day Pass
Often described as an oasis in the middle of Kuta, Waterbom is set in a lush, tropical garden with many great rides and attractions. Exciting water slides slice through 3.8 hectares of land, providing hours of fun and entertainment for the young and the young at heart Waterbom is perfect for a da...
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Ubud and Rice Field Tour
Take an enchanting journey through Bali's artistic landscape in Ubud. From the village of Topatih, famous for its handmade Batik fabrics, to Celuk, where silversmiths form statues and intricate jewellery, observe as beautiful Balinese creations come to life. After a traditional Balinese lunch, he...
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Bali is undoubtedly a popular choice when deciding where to take a family holiday offering a warm, tropical climate, and a plethora of accommodation options scattered along the island’s coastline. You will never run short of things to amuse the whole family, whether you’re braving the waterslides in Waterbom Park, or indulging in a relaxing poolside massage.
Why spend a family holiday in Bali
- Take advantage of tropical year-round weather
- Introduce the family to a new culture
- Close proximity to Australia
- Variety of entertainment to suit the whole family
- Accommodation and dining is affordable
The perfect combination
Consistently rated one of the top holiday destinations in the world, Bali is renowned to cater to all travellers, and in particular, families. Its close proximity to Australia makes for a relatively quick and pain-free journey in comparison to a lengthy flight to Europe or the USA. The tropical surrounds, laid-back vibe and all-round affordability ensures a seamless holidaying experience.
With its year-round warmth and humidity you won’t have to juggle specific dates to adhere to ideal seasons, instead you can plan the trip with ease around school holidays. The tropical weather and endless stretches of beaches are not the only drawcards; parents will also enjoy introducing their children to Bali’s diverse culture, cuisine and local customs.
The first consideration when planning a trip is usually in regards to the accommodation. There is a plethora of hotels, resorts, apartments and villas to suit family needs whether you’re looking for a beachfront studio with panoramic ocean views, or a five bedroom villa encircled by lush surrounds, away from the hustle and bustle.
Apartments and villas provide you with ample space, multiple bedrooms, private swimming pools and full kitchens– a luxury for families preferring to self-cater. A range of family-friendly hotels including Bali Dynasty Resort also offer superb facilities, from expansive outdoor pools, kid’s clubs and a range of equipment for water sports and activities.
Between swimming in the pool and exploring the surrounds, you’ll no doubt still be looking for different activities to entertain the whole family. All of the beaches offer a range of equipment for hire so you can spend the day kayaking, surfing and windsurfing, while you could also opt for a day trip to go snorkelling, deep-sea diving or fishing.
Waterbom Park is the perfect outing for families, offering a medley of thrilling waterslides and games that span across nearly four hectares, alongside a range of pools and a lazy river that you can enjoy at a leisurely pace. The Bali Safari & Marine Park is also a popular and educational experience for families, showcasing hundreds of species of native wildlife.