Keep the kids active during the Spring School Holidays in and around Brisbane, Gold Coast and the Sunshine Coast

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 Brisbane, Gold Coast and the Sunshine Coast.

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.

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.

Indoor Venues

Unleash your Ninja at Bounce Inc Tingalpa or Bounce Inc Robina‘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.


Put down the screens, pick up a paintbrush and get creative at Colour My Pot – Paint Your Own Pottery Studio in Cleveland. The kids will love transforming their chosen pottery piece into a work of art.

Whether you organsie a group to come together or come as a family, it is a great way to spend a morning or afternoon.



Book a session at Laserzone Family Entertainment Centre for some guaranteed fun.

The world class centre features Laser Tag, Bumper Cars, Australia’s only Jungle Target Gallery Train and a huge prize redemption arcade.


Plan a day out to the Brisbane Botanic Gardens Mt Coot-tha and the Sir Thomas Brisbane Planetarium. A visit to the Planetarium is a great way for kids to learn about the Universe. Enjoy a show in the Cosmic Skydome, take a tour of Brisbane’s current night sky with one of our astronomers or visit the Planetarium’s Display Zone to take an astronomical journey from the present day Solar System to the time of the Big Bang.
Follow the clues to explore fun activities for school aged children and their families at the Ipswich Railway Museum! Don’t forget to bring your camera and share your day. Kids will have the chance to get creative with the detective, photography and 1920s themed activities.
Ignite your imagination in SparkLab, Queensland Museum‘s new Sciencentre experience!
Visit QAGOMA (Queensland Art Gallery of Modern Art) and create your own digital superhero identity, assemble a monster using collage sheets designed by the artist, and bring creatures of the artist’s imagination to life.
Brisbane City Council Libraries offer a range of free and low cost kids school holiday activities, perfect for keeping the kids busy over the holidays. Classes changes each school holidays and suit a range of ages and interests. From coding, technology, maker spacers, story time, arts and crafts, author visits and more.

Holiday Camps, Classes and OSHC

Keep the kids active during the School Holidays with GOALS Soccer‘s Holiday Programs held in Milton and Kenmore.

The sessions are aimed at kids aged 3 – 11 years with seperate sessions for kids aged 3-4, 5-7 and 8-11 years.

Get in touch with nature and the great outdoors

Roma Street Parkland parkland is buzzing these school holidays with Kids Collective’s free activities for kids aged 5-12 years old. So soak up some fresh air while growing your own seedling, kicking a soccer ball, creating your own arts and craft masterpiece plus more.

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