I don’t know about you, but I’m about ready for a holiday! We are slaying COVID thanks to everyone following the rules, maintaining social distancing, and staying home when sick, and we should be rewarded for our efforts.

While we still can’t explore the rest of the world, we can venture outside our own state borders. But where to go?

More importantly, where can you go that your kids will love as much as you? Because nothing spoils a family holiday faster than your tween whinging that he’s bored.

Aussie kids bucket list Wotif
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We’ve recently discovered that Wotif is putting on a competition for kids under 13 called the Aussie Kids Bucket List. It’s basically a big list of the best travel experiences every kid should tick off the list before they turn 13.

Oh wot a country! 

Wotif is calling on Aussie children to see what destinations make this list. What a grand idea – parents can see where in Australia their kids actually want to go! We’re predicting the theme parks make an appearance.

Wotif travel competition
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The Aussie Kids Bucket List competition is open to all parents with kids under 13 and one lucky family will win a $2000 Wotif Travel Credit to explore their destination of choice. The entries are judged on creativity and originality so get those thinking caps on!

Visit Wotif.com/kidslist for full competition details and to submit your kid’s travel bucket list nomination.

Entries close on 28th May 2021 so now’s the time to ask your kids and see what they say. You can check out the full Wotif Aussie Kids Bucket List when it comes out in June.

Traveling with kids made awesome

If you’re looking to escape in the not-too-distant future, we’ve got a few great destination ideas. Check out the top Aussie hot spots of 2021 as well as the best family road trips. 

We’ve also got some great reviews on popular family travel experiences:

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Born and raised in Canada, Jenna now lives in Far North Queensland with her tribe. When the mum-of-three is not writing, you can find her floating in the pool, watching princess movies, frolicking on the beach, bouncing her baby to sleep or nagging her older kids to put on their pants.

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