10 SCHOOL HOLIDAY ACTIVITIES
Every day FROZEN WONDERLAND ICE SKATING
Get the kids out of the heat and onto the ice at the Frozen Wonderland Ice Skating facility in East Bundaberg. Sessions are held every day during the school holidays at 9.30am, 11.30am, 1.30pm, 3.30pm and 7pm.
Cost is $10 to $18pp/session. You can find the facility at 31 Victoria St, East Bundaberg.
GIANT POOL INFLATABLES
Children will love bouncing and sliding on these fun slides every day from 11am to 4.30pm at Anzac Pool on Quay St. Norville Park Pool will also be offering up some swimming pool inflatable fun in the sun at their facility on Enterprise St.
September 18 FRIENDSHIP BRACELET WORKSHOP
Take the Plunge Cafe is holding a fun crafting workshop to create friendship bracelets.
Cost is just $12 with the classes starting at 9.30am and 11am.
Head along to the venue at 17 Electra St or phone 0468 855 449 for more information.
September 19 YOGABILITY KIDS YOGA CLASSES
Yoga classes for kids will be held at Community Lifestyle Support on Ashfield Rd. Head along from 10am to 10.45am
Children under 12 are $14 and bring a sibling for half price. For information contact 4155 6121.
Visit the botanic gardens these school holidays for the opportunity to ride a train and see the sights.
The rides will be available Tuesday, Wednesday and Friday from 10am to 3.30pm at the venue on Mt Perry Rd. Adults cost $4 and children cost $1.
September 20 GET INKED WORKSHOP
Explore the inky world of Calling Home artist Adrienne Williams and work with her to create artworks with printmaking, ink washes and 3D construction.
The Get Inked Workshops are perfect for those aged 8 to 14 and will be held from 10am to noon on Wednesday September 20 and Thursday, September 21.
Cost is $15 per person. Bookings essential, phone Brag 4130 4750 or email email@example.com.
SENSORY MOVIE SCREENING - CARS 3
Moncrieff Entertainment Centre will hold a special movie event created specifically for families and carers of individuals with special needs.
These special screenings run with lights dimmed and the loud edge of the sound adjusted. Patrons are allowed to move seats and stand and best of all every single person is there for the same reason. Cars 3 will screen at 10am. Admission is $8 and carers/teachers tickets are half price.
September 22 FREE ANIMATION WORKSHOP - DIARY OF A WIMPY KID
Get creative at the Moncrieff Entertainment Centre these school holidays with a free animation workshop to celebrate the screening of Diary of a Wimpy Kid: The Long Haul. This event is suitable for children aged 8 to 12 years old and will be held from 11.30am to 12.15pm. Bring along your iPad (iOS 8.0 or later) to this free event.
Bookings are essential.
September 23 LIFELINE BUNDABERG BOOKFEST
Thousands of books, games, puzzles, fiction, non-fiction, novels both hardback and paperback, children’s, collectables, DVDs, records, cooking, lifestyle, health and fitness, Australiana, war and vehicles, sport, gardening, craft. You name it, Lifeline have it at their bookfest. The event will be held at the main pavilion of the Recreational Precinct on University Drive from 8am on Saturday and Sunday until 4pm.
Books will start from just 50c and a café will be on-site with tea, coffee, soft drinks, water, pies, sausage rolls, cakes, a sausage sizzle and more.
AMBER RANCH RODEO
If you are looking for a great night out with the family, then head along to Amber Ranch and Horse Riding Centre’s rodeo in its new arena.
The fun kicks off from 11am to 11.30pm on Saturday at 123 Lakeview Drv, Alloway. Tickets for adults cost $20 and children are just $10.
KEEPING COOL: Paddy O’Donnell and Jordan Ray enjoy the Anzac Pool on a hot Saturday in Bundaberg.
Train rides at the botanic gardens.
Lifeline’s Andrew Armstrong with lots of bookfest books.