Disney’s favourite princes and princesses from Frozen to Cinderella, Snow White and The Little Mermaid bring t their most beloved songs to life. Princesses and Princes, The Concourse, 409 Victoria Ave, Chatswood; September 30, noon-2pm, tickets $35, theconcourse.com.au Take a journey into the secret places of the world around u us at the Wildlife Photographer of the Year exhibition — a global celebration of the world’s very best nature p photography. Let the kids loose on activities inculding art, craft, games and music. Go Wild, Australian National Maritime Museum, 2 Murray St, Sydney; tomorrow-October 9. 9.30am-5pm, prices vary, anmm.gov.au rank Woodley — from Lano and Woodley fame — is bringing his much-loved kids’ show to the Sydney Opera House. The show, based around his children’s novels, follows a mischievous but good-hearted monkey named Noodlenut and his jungle animal friends, who are trying to escape the mean, bully-like antics of a giant white python dubbed the Slither Queen.
There’s a little bit of magic, a lot of storytelling, some music and Woodley’s widely accessibly brand of comedy. Including his trademark mix of physical comedy thrown in for fun, which kids are sure to love.
The show is best suited for little ones, aged six and up. Franka Woodley,oodey, Noodlenut,oodeut, SydSydney ey Opera House; until October 8, tickets from $25, sydneyoperahouse.com Catch Sam Moran’s Music Time live when Greenwood Early Education Centre throw a big party for kids. There’s also dance workshops, storytelling, reptile displays, a petting zoo, kids yoga, magicians and more. Play and Learn Celebration, 9/25 Frenchs Forest Rd, Frenchs Forest; today, 9am-noon, free, greenwood.com.au