Keep the kids active during the Spring School Holidays in and around Canberra.
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 Canberra.
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.
SASH Entertainment Virtual Discos (Online)
StemPunks Online School Holiday Stem Camps
Holiday Zoom-Sing! (Online)
100 Story Holidays – Interactive online story writing workshops
STEAM Hackers (Online Classes)
Join the coolest online school holiday program around! Never before released sessions including Science, Robotics, Coding and so much more! Choose between daily or weekly sessions, on topics your kids will LOVE, like liquid nitrogen, Minecraft, Fire and Ice, Robotics, Coding and AI.
STEAM Hackers is the brainchild of two Australian award-winning businesses – Street Science and Junior Engineers.
STEAM Hackers was created to provide kids with the full STEAM (Science, Technology, Engineering, Arts and Maths) experience with our team of highly engaging educators that have presented globally.
Funland Canberra Kids Playcentre – is an exciting indoor play centre offering modern, safe, imaginative and engaging play equipment.
Lollipops Playland – is dedicated to developing active kids through play. Each child is issued with a unique security wrist band to ensure the venue is as safe as possible for all our visitors. Safety is the number one priority at this Canberra play centre.
National Arboretum is one of the world’s largest living collections of rare, endangered and significant trees. Winner of the World Architecture Festival for landscape, the National Arboretum surrounds visitors with panoramic views, stunning architecture and the natural beauty of trees and gardens from Australia and around the world.
Adventure Playground – Take the children along to the Adventure Playground in Kambah to let off some steam. This playground has been designed to meet the needs of toddlers, juniors and teenagers. There’s a tree house, junior and senior flying foxes, giant swings, space net and wheelchair accessible liberty swing. Skaters and BMX riders can try the challenging half-pipe.
The National Dinosaur Museum – The museum is currently open operating on a restricted capacity of 100 pax per timed one hour sessions. This allows up to one hour in the upstairs museum galleries then unlimited access to the dinosaur garden, gift shop and undercover decks. Bookings are essential to avoid disappointment.