CouncilSummer fun for Christmas holidays

Summer fun for Christmas holidays

Summer fun for Christmas holidays
The Bundaberg Regional Council’s Summer Holiday program is jam-packed full of fun.

Featuring Christmas crafts, Phantom drawing sessions, free movies and events Bundaberg Regional Council’s summer holiday program is jam-packed full of fun.

Arts, Culture and Events portfolio spokesperson Cr John Learmonth said the summer school holiday guide provided some fantastic activities to entertain the family.

“This school holidays, I encourage everyone to get out and explore the Bundaberg Region and Council’s amazing facilities and holiday activities on offer,” Cr Learmonth said.

The popular Zoo Keeper talks are back at Alexandra Park for children to discover more about the interesting animals cared for at the zoo.

After dark frogging and wildlife night-time spotlighting walks will tour through the Barolin Nature Reserve, identifying species and searching for other nocturnal animals.

At the Coastal Crawl event hear what Council’s Natural Areas team and local community volunteers are doing to protect our coastline, marine turtles and shorebirds.

For all ages to enjoy, a free school holiday screening of Super Mario Bros The Movie will be shown in airconditioned comfort at the Moncrieff Entertainment Centre.

Visitors to the Bundaberg Regional Art Gallery can explore the jungle in the transformed Imaginarts space showcasing Kid Phantom and other comic book characters.

For teenage and primary school aged artists and comic enthusiasts, the Bundaberg Regional Gallery is offering Phantom: Off the Drawing Board exhibition tours and comic book related workshops.

Christmas craft is covered through several activity sessions at the Bundaberg, Childers and Gin Gin Libraries where holiday makers can create their own cards, angels, ornaments and more.

The Libraries are also delivering free Virtual Reality, gaming, board games and Lego fun sessions.

“The variety of events is incredible for the Summer Holiday program, with most of the activities free for families to enjoy across the region,” Cr Learmonth said.

You can find the full summer school holiday guide here.