Keep the kids active during the Spring School Holidays in and around Adelaide.

As parents ourselves we understand the joys (and challenges) of school holidays. For working parents, this can be a real juggling act. Fortunately, there are so many amazing options for School Holiday Care, School Holiday Classes and School Holiday Camps available. For those who have time at home over the holidays, our advice is PLAN, PLAN, PLAN. 

The School Holidays are a great time to try a new activity, learn new skills in an activity that they already love, get out and about, catch up with friends and visit somewhere new in and around Adelaide.

Our online directory is the perfect tool to search for fun and family friendly school holiday classes, activities and fun days out in your area.

Enjoy a family day out at Event Cinemas to see one of their latest movie releases.

New release movies out this September include; Christopher Robin (PG), Teen Titans Go to the Movies (PG), The House with a Clock in it’s Walls (PG), Smallfoot (PG), Paw Patrol Mighty Pups (G) and Steve Backshall and Deadly 60 fans will love seeing Steve on the big screen in Deadly Dinosaurs.

View the latest movie trailers here.

Live Shows, Concerts and Musicals

Enjoy seeing a live stage show, musical, concert or a trip to the ballet with the kids. This is such a great opportunity for kids to experience the joys of music, dance and the arts first hand.

The most intense family motorsports entertainment experience on the planet, Monster Jam®, is BACK on the 6th of October and this time it’s bigger, better, faster, stronger!

With a Pit Pass, fans have full access to the world-renowned Party in the Pits and can get up close and personal to the Monster Jam trucks and drivers. From taking selfies with the Monster Jam stars, to getting your favourite merchandise signed, it all happens at this exclusive pre-event Party in the Pits.

Indoor Venues

Unleash your Ninja at Bounceinc Adelaide’s X-Park adventure challenge course is the ultimate Freestyle Playground.

Take on ‘Ninja Warrior’ obstacles like the Warped Wall, Spider Climb and Wedge run. Race your mates, race the clock, or just have fun and improve your skills by mastering individual elements of the course.

 

Get in touch with nature and the great outdoors

Let your little ones get creative with fun, unstructured play these school holidays at Adelaide Zoo. Playing outdoors and getting messy is a great way to learn new skills and keep both humans and animals in tip-top shape! Join nature play experts Wild Imagination every weekday near Nature’s Playground and get messy with their range of nature-based activities.

Holiday Camps, Classes and OSHC

If your child loves to be on the “Big Stage”, check out the Adelaide Festival Centre’s popular performing arts program for 8-16 year oldsKids will get an unforgettable backstage experience at their brand new Technical Theatre workshop. Led by Adelaide Festival Centre’s experienced technical teams, this one-day workshop for 12-16 year olds will give participants invaluable knowledge in lighting, sound and staging, and is sure to inspire budding theatre workers.
Experience the life of a professional zookeeper for a day at the Warrawong Wildlife Sanctuary. The kids will get up close and personal with Warrawong’s collection of Gliders, Possums, Kangaroos, Pythons, Parrots. and more. They’ll also feed and observe the free-roaming animals of the Sanctuary, like the elusive platypus. Junior Keepers will work side-by-side with qualified, experienced professionals and learn about animal husbandry, feeding, animal handling, captive breeding, and experience what it takes to look after a Wildlife Sanctuary.

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