You are almost there. End of school holidays is on the horizon.
Let me guess, you’e already done all the activities you had planned to spend for the entire period or spent way too much time buried in electrical devices.
Well, we’ve put our ‘thinking caps’ on for you and come up with some great activities in every state that are definite kid-crowd-pleasing ones. You know how the saying goes…”Happy kids, happy life, sane wife”…or something like that.
At the end of this post are a bunch of free Peppa Pig printable activity sheets for the kids. Enjoy.
NEW SOUTH WALES
Ice-skating at Bondi Beach
Yep, there is an ice-skating rink at the world’s most famous beach, Bondi Beach, these school holidays. It’s part of the Winter Magic festival. It costs $10 – $16 for kids depending on age or $65 for a family.
Find out more at bondiwintermagic.org.au.
Free entry to the Powerhouse Museum
For the duration of the school holidays, the Powerhouse Museum in Sydney is offering free entry to anyone aged under 16 years. Once there you can check out the Wiggles Exhibition, Mega Minecraft and Creative Claymation.
Find out more at maas.museum/powerhouse-museum.
For all of winter the Civic Library has activities for children of all ages including craft activities, author readings and children’s book clubs.
Find out more at library.act.gov.au/.
These school holidays Questacon is running a variety of workshops for children including 3D Designs, Building Bots, Floating Cranes, Ball Run and Crash Test.
Book at questacon.edu.au.
These school holidays the Dandenong Markets have free craft workshops where kids can make their own snakes and ladders games and spinning tops. Children of any age can join in and no bookings are needed for these free activities.
Find out more at dandenongmarket.com.au.
Arts Centre Melbourne
There are activities for all ages at the Arts Centre Melbourne these school holidays including the Intergalactic Sound Stage Workshop, Grug and the Rainbow show as well as the Music Makers workshops.
Get all the details at www.vic.gov.au.
Adelaide Central Market
At the markets these school holidays your kids can do everything from learn to cook, visit with the nursery animals, get themselves a free big balloon and have their faces painted.
Find out all the details at adelaidecentralmarket.com.au.
The Hungry Hippo Cafe
This brand new cafe is centred around more than 100 board games. There are board games for every age starting with Hungry Hippo for younger kids and many more.