From a free movie and zookeeper talks to craft and sport activities, Bundaberg Regional Council’s Spring School Holiday Guide is packed full of family fun.
Council’s Arts, Culture and Events portfolio spokesperson Cr John Learmonth said the Spring School Holiday Program had a little something for everyone to enjoy.
“There is a range of indoor and outdoor activities to entertain the family by getting creative and moving this school holidays,” Cr Learmonth said.
Bundaberg Regional Libraries has a variety of programs available from making sun catchers and bedazzling crowns to enjoying board games, Lego building and virtual reality sessions.
Bundaberg Regional Libraries will host bee talks featuring a live hive and fun activity to complete.
The ever-popular Zookeeper Talks will be returning allowing locals a chance to meet the dedicated team that cares for the animals in Council’s free zoo and discover more about the amazing animals which call the zoo home.
For some outdoor fun, kids can enjoy the opportunity to try a variety of sporting activities at Skills and Drills events, facilitated by a network of local sporting clubs, schools and Council.
The Hinkler Hall of Aviation has put the call out this school holidays for young creatives to decorate and craft flowers for Bert Hinkler’s Spring Garden.
Another highlight sure to delight the whole family, will be the free screening of the popular DC League of Pets animated movie at the Moncrieff Entertainment Centre.
Young holiday makers can also learn about sustainability, culture and the importance of art by creating Australian animals at the Outdoor Art Room in Gallery Park.
“Everyone can enjoy making the most of the school holidays as a lot of the activities are free at our wonderful local facilities across the region,” Cr Learmonth said.
You can find the full Spring School Holiday guide here.