School holidays are upon us, and it can be challenging to find ways to keep children entertained all day.
Here is a list of activities, all in one place, which might make it a bit easier to fend off any holiday boredom.
1. Create Hub Holiday Program
Spring has sprung at Create Hub, and they have a jam-packed holiday program coming up in these school holidays.
From brush Lettering and zentangles with the Mrs Flannelette, singing and song Writing with local performer Leah Ellis to craft smash sessions with Claire Harris and, drama fun with Haya Arzidin.
Snacks, music and supplies are provided, bring along your sense of adventure and creative flair.
2. Oasis School Holiday Program
With summer on the way, get in and splash around.
Staff are running activities in Bolton Park Stadium and inflatables at the Oasis Aquatic Centre. Events are on Monday, Wednesday and Friday from 9am to 12pm.
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3. Oddball Theatre
Explore on day one with a chance to play with different styles of theatre - improvisation, theatre sports, musical theatre, percussion and soundscaping.
On day two, students can use their new and existing skills to build an original play throughout the day.
4. Junior Chefs Afternoon Class
These classes are both fun and educational, where students get to roll up their sleeves and create tasty dishes that they will re-create at home. Tickets are $60 and include tuition, recipes and meal.
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5. Horse Riding Program
No matter how little or how much experience your child has when it comes to horse riding, the Belisi Wellbeing and Equestrian Centre offers a fun day for all.
The program offers lots of activities including horse safety, horse care and horse riding. Children are welcome to come along for half days, one day, two days or every day - minimum age of six years.
Places are limited, and bookings are essential. Contact email@example.com.