Today marks the start of the autumn holiday period and as every parent is well aware, two weeks is a long time to fill with activities.
If you're stumped for places to start, here's a list of some of the things going on in Wagga until the holidays end on April 18.
Belisi Equine Park
Running every day during the two week break, the good people of Belisi Equine Park are hosting a variety of activities for youngsters.
Participants will need to bring their own morning tea, afternoon tea, lunch and drinks as the sessions do run all day.
Though the days do, of course, include riding sessions, participants need not have prior horse riding experience.
A junior rugby league coaching and skills intensive will run on April 8 at Paramore Park.
Sessions will be run for age groups ranging from 6 to 8, 9 to 12 and 13 to 17 years with varying degrees of proficiency required in participants.
More information is available on the PSM Pathways website, here.
Junior cooking classes
The award-winning Foodiam cooking school is offering junior chef sessions during the second week of the holidays.
Three sessions will be run over two days - Monday and Wednesday next week - to accommodate little ones aged 8 to 12 who have a hankering for life in the kitchen.
Participants will work individually and in groups to learn the art of making brunch with chef Hannah Blackman.
More information is here.
Locomotive 3801 steam train
The iconic and recently restored historic 3801 locomotive will be departing from Wagga four times on April 10 and 11.
It will travel from Wagga to Uranquinty and back. Although rides are now sold out, it can be seen at the Wagga station before departure at 8.30am, 9.50am, 11.35am and 2.20pm.
Between April 6 and April 8, the train will also be on display at Junee Roundhouse for people to get up close, including inside the driver's cab.
More information can be found here.
Sculptures at Erin Earth
Over the second week of the holidays, Erin Earth will be running its sculptures exhibition.
It follows the success of exhibitions held in 2016 and 2019, that focus on mixing the world of art with the natural world.
Sculptors have been sought from all over the nation and will display their works inside the native gardens of Erin Earth on Kildare Street from Friday April 16 to Sunday April 18.
Some of the works will also be available for purchase, to be picked up after the exhibition finishes on Sunday.