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Best things to do in Mardi

Discover the city through the eyes of locals. Find the best things to do, places to eat, and get priceless advice from the people who live here.

Shopping Mall
“about 30 minutes away... if you just can't resist some shopping, the movies or eating at the numerous chain restaurants. (nearest major shopping centre)”
20 locals recommend
Park
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“ust off the freeway towards Sydney (take the Wyong exit) is the Wyong Milk Factory. It is an old dairy that has recently been restored and has a local cheese shop, chocolate factory, tavern and cafe. You can also hire canoes and rowboats from here ”
10 locals recommend
Food
“From magical mazes to friendly farm animals and many more amazing attractions and activities on offer. The Amazement Farm and Fun Park is a tonne of fun for the whole family. Explore their multiple magical mazes, friendly farm animals, scheduled petting shows, pony rides, horse and cart rides. There is also the bird sanctuary area, kids playground area, rhino play unit, yard activities, sporting games, giant board games, mini kids bike track and bikes, the big barn café, picnic areas and much, much more. ”
6 locals recommend
Food
“There are so may unusual and unexpected cheeses to be had your mouth will water and you will feel full just looking at them. But do try them. They are delicious! You can find this place on the left just as you enter the Wyong Milk Factory. A family run business worth supporting with a visit to try their unique and varied produce. ”
2 locals recommend
Shopping Mall
“20 minute drive to 2 large shopping complexes Tuggerah Westfield and Erina Fair. ”
4 locals recommend
Museum
“Set on 2 hectares of land Alison Homestead is Wyong's first land grant dating back to 1825. The homestead features displays of memorabilia, photos, furniture, toys and other household items, equipment, machinery and tools all relating to the early settling of Wyong and surrounds. ”
2 locals recommend
Bar
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“The Wyong Milk Factory established in 1906 has been lovingly restored, saved and salvaged. There' s something there for the whole family to enjoy! Discover tasty and local produce at their resident cheese and chocolate factories. The Milk Factory Café is a favourite amongst locals, open 7 days a week and kid friendly with an outdoor playground just across from the café. Enjoy a day on the river in a kayak or row boat, relax with a BBQ by the river, pamper yourself or your pet or workout at the 24 hour gym. There really is something for everyone! Open every Wednesday through to Sunday with live entertainment most evenings and a great kids entertainment ”
2 locals recommend
Point of Interest
“Devine, luxurious chocolate you name it it's there !! Hand - made daily and eaten daily. If you love chocolate it's a absolute must.”
2 locals recommend
Shopping Mall
1 local recommends
Amusement Park
1 local recommends
Store
“Slam Factory is an indoor skatepark at Tuggerah, catering to skateboarders, inliners and BMX riders. The skatepark has changed a lot over the years. They constantly update the skatepark so there are new lines and something fresh to ride. Their unique moveable ramps mean no matter whether you skate, scoot or BMX you can customise the park to suit your style! They also feature training facilities such as a resi ramp and foam pit so riders can progress quickly and safely. http://www.slamfactory.com.au/”
2 locals recommend
Bar
“Pub food and children's play room. If you venture into Wyong along the picturesque Yarramalong Road so spend some time in the Milk Factory complex. Locally produced gourmet cheese, handmade chocolate and a cafe with a kids playground. Stay for lunch or early dinner at the Rusty Udder.”
2 locals recommend
Movie Theatre
4 locals recommend