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It depends on the lounge.
Partner lounge access for gold is "One guest permitted and must be travelling on the same flight."
I will point out that on this thread: https://www.ausbt.com.au/fiji-airways-premier-lounge-review-nadi-international-airport, @visionaire advised "A warning for Qantas Platinum members - they only allow one guest, so you cannot enter with your family. The front desk was really rude about this, even when the lounge was empty" so I would suggest that for the Nadi lounge, children are counted as guests too.
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Are children 'guests' when it comes to airport lounge access?
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