So much to do
THERE is no excuse for kids to tell you they are bored these school holidays.
Central and North Burnett towns will host a range of activities to keep children entertained.
Be it arts and crafts, sports and fitness, or bush skills and activities, there is something organised to keep boredom at bay.
A Central Burnett Day Camp will be held for Years 1 to 7 from July 2-4.
Participants will learn orienteering, archery, craft, damper making and much more.
Closed-in shoes are a must and registration forms are available at Gayndah State School’s office.
Arty kids can learn from internationally recognised artist Yuki Cheetham with a special youth workshop for students in Year 7 and up.
The workshop will take place July 4-5.
Arts, crafts, games and music will be on from Monday, June 24, to Friday, June 28, at Monto community hall with Storm Co.
Storm Co is from North Pine Christian College and will provide free entertainment for children aged 5 to 12.
Fitness fanatics can get their fill at Gayndah Tennis Complex.
Bundaberg Tennis Academy coaches Kevin Banner and Murray Whitbread will take kids through a range of skills and games for ages 5-16.
Fishing is a family favourite so make sure you check out our tips on what’s biting and where on page 44.