Looking for some fun and engaging activities to do over the last week of school holidays? From playgrounds to movie marathons to arts & crafts - we’ve rounded up a list of ideas to keep kids of all ages entertained.
SLIDE INTO THE HOLIDAYS
How exciting is it that playgrounds have reopened! Wulaba Park Playground in Waterloo is a rainbow wonderland perfect for burning off some energy. Tunnels, swings, towers and one massive three-story-high slide for the fearless kiddos.
CHALLENGE THEIR MINDS
A team of engineers at Dyson have designed 44 challenges specifically for children. Spend a fun afternoon expanding their curious minds by building a spaghetti bridge or trying to push a wooden skewer through a balloon without popping it. Download the free challenges here.
Set the kids loose at the WILD PLAY Garden in Centennial Park. This beautifully-designed park is an oasis of nature-play and adventure complete with a bamboo forest, banksia tunnels and even a treehouse! The WILD PLAY Garden is open 10 am - 5 pm daily.
MCA has launched a collection of Art Parcels for ages 4-12! Each parcel is delivered straight to your doorstep and is filled with creative activities inspired by artworks from the MCA Collection with simple step-by-step instructions as well as creative goodies from the MCA Store. Order yours here.
CATCH A MOVIE MARATHON
Hoyts reopened its cinemas last week and is celebrating with a Harry Potter marathon! You can catch all eight Harry Potter films (or pick and choose your favourites). Each movie is just $10, and all Hoyts Rewards members get free popcorn refills. Rainy day sorted. Get your tickets here!
GRAB SOME GELATO
Get some fresh air and stroll over to Messina in Surry Hills for a scoop of delicious gelato. We’re drooling over their latest creation of citrus-infused honey gelato with honeycomb and burnt honey caramel. While you’re there, make sure you pop next store and say hi to us! We're open 10 am - 4 pm daily. But just make sure you don’t come empty-handed. ;)