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Chermside Kids Holiday Activities

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Chermside Kids Activities

Leading up to the holidays, Westfield Chermside provides some FREE activities for little ’kidets’ this September.

Little kids will enjoy the big obstacle course in Centre Court (beside Cold Rock near EVENT Cinemas). ‘Captains’ will safely guide them through the jungle-inspired course. Base Camp is in the Woolworths Food Court outside Scuzi Caffe.

Under the stars in a campsite set-up, your kidet will get to try FREE arts and crafts activities, including making their own binoculars, compasses, paper jet planes, clay dog tag necklaces, as well as colouring-in for the very little ones.

From 13 September to 23 September, Monday to Friday 10 AM to 2 PM, and Weekends 10 AM to 4 PM.
See Chermside Events – Kidets page.


Active Kids Moreton Bay

Active Kids Park Sessions – FREE

From 21 September to 2 October.

Go outside and enjoy the sunshine while the kids get active in local parks. Children aged 3 to 12 can have a go at Cricket, rip it or chip it in Golf (Eatons Hill, Burpengary), bang the drum, learn circus tricks (Albany Creek), play soccer (Albany Creek), and many more kids things to do. We’ve had a go before and it is a lot of fun!

No need to book, but check the ‘MBRC Active Kids’ Facebook page for notices if raining.
Active Kids Holiday Timetable


Soccer Workshops Sept-2015
Little soccer fans can also go wild with some free soccer sessions by Ginger Sport. Go north to Scarborough’s Pirate Park on Saturday, 21st September (9 till 11 am), or to the city for the ‘Little Days Out’ on the Central Cafe lawns at South Bank parkland on Sunday October 4th (9am till 1pm).

See more info and events at: Ginger soccer events.


SHAFT for Teens

Shaft is a school holiday program for teenagers run by the Moreton Bay Regional Council. Teens can learn to play golf, go indoor rock climbing and mountain biking or learn new skills at a circus and aerial workshop. There are over 25 classes to choose from each holiday on their program. The best part is they all cost between $2 and $10. www.moretonbay.qld.gov.au/shaft

September 11, 2015 |

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