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Holiday Fun Ideas.

Whether it is is hot or cold there are lots of things you can do in and around your home or become a tourist in your own city. So hopefully you won't be hearing "I am bored" any more!

Fun Ideas:

  • Seek out your local council, and surrounding councils, to see upcoming events or activities that are scheduled for kids in your area.

  • Check out any events your local library is holding during the holidays.

  • Borrow books from your local library.

  • Visit different parks to ride bikes in your LGA and around Sydney.

  • Go bushwalking at local riverside or harbour parks

  • Check out social media pages of different local councils for any upcoming events.

  • Cooking and baking with the kids. Get their hands dirty and their tummies full!

  • Play board games!

  • Make a vegetable garden or flower garden.

  • Create a treasure hunt around the house!

  • Create a puppet show with sock puppets or a cooking show or a magic show.

  • Look up scientific experiments on youtube that can be done at home with the kids. For example: Mr Maker and Dad Lab - Google "the dad lab experiments"

  • Be sure to recycle boxes, toilet paper rolls, newspapers, bottles that can be reused for your children's arts and crafts. Make items such as buildings, trains, cars, play shops.

  • Create your own movie experience at home.

  • Go camping in your own back yard or lounge room!

Depending on the weather.

Try out local parks.

Bring bikes, scooters, frisbees and kites.

Set up a game of Bocce, lawn bowls or cricket.

Create a treasure hunt in the park - collect feathers, leaves, stones.

Bring a plastic bag and collect rubbish in your local park and put in the bin.

Check out different beaches and have a sandcastle building competition.

Make a kite and fly in a local park or at the beach.

Visit the zoo or aquarium. Go to the movies.


Here are some ideas for families to do at home.

Enjoy the break.


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