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School Holiday Fun

School Holiday Fun
Redcliffe Guide - Dec 01, 2017 07:16
There’s a lot to do this summer, so make some plans and give your kids an experience to remember!
Childhood is a time for adventure and experience. There’s a lot you can plan around Redcliffe to keep your youngsters busy, and give you some free time to do the Christmas shopping during the school holidays. Here are some ideas!

Walk Back In Time On Redcliffe’s Digital Heritage Trails

Follow along with a map, audio narration and photos on your smartphone or tablet. Try the Convict Trail, which starts near Redcliffe Jetty; or the Esplanade Walk that follows the waterfront past historical sites. Both are easy walks for the family, and more details can be found at
www.moretonbay.qld.gov.au/h...

Got A Musically-Inclined Crew On Your Hands?

Acclaimed songstress Abbie Cardwell offers songwriting workshops that can be held in your home, in Redcliffe and other areas, for small groups of students aged from 8 to 18, and parents are welcome too! Check out www.myprivatesongwritingwor... or contact Abbie through her facebook page for more details.

Slot Car Racing In Margate

One of Australia's largest specialist slot car centres is right here on the Peninsula.  With a great range of slot cars and tracks, the kids will feel like they're taking the ride of a lifetime.
Go to www.redracer.com.au to find out more.

Ten Pin Bowling Fun

Bowling is a great activity that the whole family can enjoy, no matter what age or skill.  AMF Bowling has your ticket to fun, and the kids will have a 'ball'. Visit www.amfbowling.com.au and search for AMF Redcliffe to find out more about their school holiday fun passes!

Something To Do On A Rainy Day

Free from the 8th December until March at the Redcliffe Art Gallery is an exhibition from world-renowned children’s author and illustrator Lynley Dodd, known for her ‘Hairy Maclary and Friends’ book series.

Anyone For Lego?

Try the ‘Brick for Kids’ workshop being held at Redcliffe Uniting Church on 12th December, where kids work in teams to complete different types of LEGO challenges. The workshops are fully supervised and are suited for children over 5 years of age, and all kids get to take home a custom built LEGO mini-figure! Go to www.bricks4kidz.com.au to find out more.

Fun Workshops And Family Fun

Cartoon badge making workshops will be held in January by Moreton Bay Regional Council at local libraries in Deception Bay and Redcliffe. ‘Ramp Up’ Scooter, Skate and Parkour workshops held in December and January (find details on council’s website), or for something different visit the family-friendly Picnic Hill Festival on 8th December, on the corner of Anzac and Oxley Ave in Redcliffe.