Bundaberg Regional Council’s Autumn school holiday guide is packed full of activities to make the most of family time over the Easter break.
Get outside and enjoy the beautiful weather this time of year with a range of outdoor options on offer.
Join in a very special storytime with the animals at Alexandra Park Zoo and get the chance to meet some of the residents up close.
Don’t forget to pick up a red-winged parrot colouring in sheet while you’re there and see if you can spot one!
Learn more about where local birds make their homes at Baldwin Swamp and create your own nest out of natural materials you find in the park.
Those needing a run around can register for the free Skills and Drills sessions as part of the Eat, Breathe, Move initiative where kids aged six and up can practice their skills across a variety of sports.
Get ready for Easter with a variety of craft activities on offer at the Bundaberg, Childers and Gin Gin libraries including making decorations, cards and baskets.
If you’re still feeling crafty then head to the the Bundaberg Regional Art Gallery to make your own zine – a small DIY magazine filled with everything you want to say, draw, type, collage and stamp.
Council’s Arts, Culture and Events portfolio spokesperson Cr John Learmonth said that the holiday program had a little something for everyone.
“There is a range of indoor and outdoor activities for the whole family to enjoy,” Cr Learmonth said.
“A lot of the activities are free as well, meaning everyone can make the most of the holidays and enjoy our wonderful local facilities!”
You can find the full Autumn school holiday guide here.