Travelling with small children- is it worth it?

Our Principal psychologist Azza Brown comments on travelling with small children: Azza Brown, a developmental clinical psychologist with the Australian Psychological Society, confirms that children don't start to make lasting memories until around the age of five – though it can vary from child to child. That doesn't necessarily mean that travel shouldn't start until that age, however.

"Anything that takes us out of the bubble of our own neighbourhood will help build a resilient, curious, open-minded child," she says. 

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