Ellie and Taylah Doyle with baby Tasmanian devils at the Australian Reptile Park. Picture: Tim Hunter Cnr Violet St and Cliff Dr, Katoomba; October 1-8, 1pm and 3pm, adult $39, conc $35, child $21, family $99, scenicworld.com.au Most of them are known to only come out at night, but you can meet Tyto the masked owl in the light of day as he guest stars in the Take Flight show at Scenic World. Along with his mate, Terry the redtailed black cockatoo, these endangered Australian birds will thrill with their high-flying antics. The 20-minute interactive bird show is held in the ancient rainforest of the Jamison Valley in the Blue Mountains, a natural amphitheatre and the birds’ native habitat. ell a child you’d like to teach them a little history and watch them scrunch up their cute little noses. But Sydney Living Museums, which incorporates 12 of the most historic houses in NSW, lets s children walk in the actual footsteps of history. Hunt for edible flowers at Elizabeth Farm; learn about the daily y chores of the 1800s at vaucluse House and join AboriginalAb i i l guides as you search for bush tucker at Rouse Hill House & Farm. Sydney Living Museums, various locations; slm.is Kids In The Park, Sydney Olympic Park; today until October 9, various prices, some are free, kidsinthepark.com.au Old 505, 5 Eliza St, Newtown; today and tomorrow 2pm, $22, sydneyfringe.com Have you ever been stumped by a Rubik’s cube? Then you’ll appreciate the “speed-cubing” of teenage tricksters, Lucas Itrawan and Ash Hodgkinson. At just 15 they are selling out shows with their cheeky humour, playing card manipulation and Rubik’s Cubing. Cardistry is a part of the Sydney Fringe Kids Festival, don’t miss their shows, today and tomorrow at 2pm. Chippendale Green, Central Park Mall, 28 Broadway, Chippendale: until Thursday, 10am-8pm, free, centralparksydney.com Kids have been combining their ice skating skills with music and dance moves since ... forever. But this event does it with a difference — in silence. The skating kicks off daily from 10am, but the real fun starts as the sun goes down and the silent disco runs from 4pm to 8pm. Two live DJs will play everything from old-school classics to newly released tunes through your own personal headsets. Capacity is limited to 45 people on the ice so sessions will r run for 45 minutes, on the hour, every hour.