As another year finishes, Bundaberg Regional Council has a range of activities to keep kids occupied throughout the school holidays.
With everything from arts and crafts to summer reading clubs and outdoor adventures, there are a number of activities being hosted across council operated facilities.
Amongst the large number of activities on offer, there are a number of new activities these holidays including escape rooms across the region’s libraries.
There are a number of different themes, rotating through the libraries providing everyone the opportunity to take part in different challenges.
The purpose of these rooms is to provide kids the chance to learn a range of new skills, from teamwork right through to problem solving skills and communication.
The Moncrieff Entertainment Centre is getting everyone in the Christmas spirit showing a number of Christmas movies including:
- It’s a Wonderful Life
- Miracle on 34th Street
- White Christmas
In Childers, the Paragon will see The Last Minute Christmas performance on stage which is a fun and interactive show with something for everyone.
If you are looking to get your kids adventuring in the great outdoors, the Rocky Shore Ramble activity is back again these holidays.
As part of the Reef Guardian Council program, kids will join Council’s Natural Areas team and local marine expert, Natalie Lobartolo, to explore the rocky shores at Bargara.
The Gardens Holiday Booklet is also back at the Botanic Gardens, with a number of activities for kids to complete while exploring the gardens.
Activities will continue into the new year, with a number of arts and crafts activities happening at both Bundaberg Regional Art Gallery and the libraries.
Storytime with Deano Yipadee is also an online resource available for parents to make use of at home, with lots of rhymes, stories and fun to enjoy in each episode that can be watched repeatedly during the summer holidays.
You can find the full school holiday program here for further information.
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