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Play World Australia lets kids laugh, play, sing and dance together

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In 2018 ReedPOP introduced Sydney to, Play World Australia, presented by Nintendo, this two-day event creates a fun atmosphere for littlies and allows them to play in a dynamic, fun and educational environment. It will be held again from October 5–6 2019.

It’s not all fun and games though, Play World Australia gives kids the opportunity to learn intricate coding with the experts from Code Camp and create beautiful flower crowns with Sydney Flower School.

Play World can be found at Sydney’s ICC this October school holidays and kids aged 4 to 12, can let their creativity and imagination run free. They will play with the latest games from Nintendo, go on a musical adventure with The Beanies, laugh hard at The Listies, take part in drumming workshops and explore the world.

It’s a high-energy atmosphere entices you to the interactive and colourful exhibits inviting kids to laugh, play and dance all weekend long.


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