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The hotel can supply baby cots (AU$20 a night), roll-out beds for older kids (AU$50 a night) and babysitters.

11am, but flexible for Smith members (or for the 'flirtatious', as MONA's cheeky in-room compendium suggests). Double rooms from £355.59 (AU$591), excluding tax at 10 per cent.

Maverick, multi-tasking MONA Pavilions mixes a serene riverside setting with ultra-contemporary pavilions, original art, a winery, lip-smacking restaurant and alternative festivals – and comes up trumps.

With an ambitious private museum also on site, this is one for culture vultures, gourmets, gadget heads and style fiends.

There's a buggy on hand to ferry you to your room if you're loaded down with kids and luggage.

Request a table by the window overlooking the river – or venture out onto the terrace in warm weather to soak up fresh air, sunshine and aquatic horizons.

It's more suited to laps than aqua play, but floats and arm-bands are available.

MONA's restaurant the Source can cater for children, and offers high chairs for wee folk.

Carved into the cliffside alongside the accommodation, this sexily lit temple showcases a 'subversive Disneyland' of modern art and rare global antiquities worth over AU$100 million, including works by Brit artists Damien Hirst and Chris Ofili, US sloganeer Jenny Holzer and Australian icon Sidney Nolan.