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Warm up for school holidays with winter guide

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There's plenty happening these school holidays right across the Bundaberg Region.

There is plenty on offer to keep kids busy over the upcoming holidays with Bundaberg Regional Council’s Winter School Holiday Guide.

A particular highlight is the Flourish Family Fun Day and Welcome Baby celebration at Boreham Park on 29 June.

This annual family friendly event provides entertainment, information stalls and activities as well as everyone’s favourite, the Teddy Bear Parade.

Another one not to be missed is Dr Seuss’s The Cat in The Hat live on stage at the Moncrieff Entertainment Centre on 29 June.

Young and old will delight in this zany adaptation that brings the beloved book to life before your very eyes.

The perfect thing to do with your Thing One and Thing Two.

Bundaberg Regional Libraries once again has a range of programs on offer from craft activities to virtual reality and gaming sessions and even stop motion animation workshops with Toonworld.

If you want to make the most of the warm winter days, then join in My First Bushwalk where kids of all ages can enjoy a guided stroll down to Splitters Creek on 27 June and 6 July.

Outdoor kids will also be happy to hear that Skills and Drills is back as part of Council’s Eat, Breathe, Move program.

These sessions give primary school aged children the opportunity to practice basic skills and have a go at a variety of sporting activities.

Council’s Arts, Culture and Events portfolio spokesperson Cr John Learmonth said there was plenty on offer for a range of ages and interests.

“We have some of our favourite annual events taking place as well as some new activities,” Cr Learmonth said.

“Flourish Family Fun Day always has lots on offer, including celebrating the newest members of our community with Welcome Baby.

“A lot of the events are free but make sure you check the guide for booking details so you don’t miss out.”

You can find the full Winter School Holiday Guide here.



  1. Waste of taxpayer money as there always booked out and never advertised, please bring back a proper.achool holiday program.

    Stop making it hard to book and find these activities, have more than one event on multiple days.

    Stop advertising these events making.out like your helping the community when in reality your just disappointing many kids. You give the booklets out to achool kids who can’t even book in to.any events and this is a problem that has been happening for years.

    Time to wake up and start some proper school activities.

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