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Kid-friendly Restaurants in Melbourne, Sydney and Tasmania

MrsBear | Jan 17, 201808:55 AM     9

I’m looking for recommendations for some kid-friendly but also Chowhound worthy restaurants in Melbourne, Tasmania and Sydney for our upcoming trip in February. Husband and I are huge foodies and before we have kids we used to travel just for food. This time we are having our two adorable kids (aged 2 & 3) in tow and we want include them as we explore the restaurant scene in Australia without having to sacrifice too much on the quality of food. My children are well-travelled and generally well-behaved when we go to fine(r) diners. Places with high chairs will be a plus but we can also bring our own boosters as long as they allow kids to eat there. We’ll be in Melbourne for 4 nights (one night on GOR), Tassie for 7 nights and finally Sydney for 3 nights before returning home. Any suggestions welcome. Thanks in advance.

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