After a gorgeous ‘summery’ Spring, our Summer has not been so kind to us. Here are my top 3 things to do in Sydney on a rainy day that you probably won’t find on most rainy day lists. Forget ten-pin bowling, the cinema, or the crowded play centre, wet days don’t have to mean you stop exploring- get out there and really enjoy our city.
Once a year on the Bank Holiday Monday we go on a date day. The kids are dropped off at daycare and we have an entire day to ourselves.
This year we decided to do a self guided food tour in Cabramatta – Australia’s most multicultural postcode where over 70% of the population was born overseas. I had researched various food blogs to get a guide of the best places to go and we set off to explore. As our train got closer to Cabramatta we began to feel more and more as if we were on an overseas holiday. The woman in the seat in front of us was eating sticky rice out of a banana leaf and we were the only ones of the carriage speaking English- we felt instantly transported to South East Asia and we had only travelled 40 minutes on the train!