Top 5 School Holiday Activities for Preschoolers
July 4, 2019
In the Eastern Suburbs of Sydney we are often inundated with school holiday activities for our primary school aged children, but it’s harder to find ones that are suitable for preschool-aged children. So we’ve done the research for you and come up with our top 5 school holiday activities for preschoolers, so the littlest members of your family aren’t feeling left out this Winter:
Taste of Bush School
Want to see what Bush School is about? Go to Centennial Park’s special session and check it out, by joining their rangers for a morning of fun in their mud kitchen.
Ages – 2.5 – 5 years
When – 11th & 16th July
Where – Centennial Park
Price – $31.00 (1 adult and 1 child)
Community Race Day
Randwick City Council and the Australian Turf Club have partnered up once again to host the annual Community Race Day at Royal Randwick Racecourse on Saturday, 6 July from 10.30am. With free entry for Randwick residents and ratepayers, this family-friendly event will feature a host of free children’s activities and entertainment.
Ages – Whole Family
When – 6th July
Where – Royal Randwick Racecourse
Price – Free for ratepayers
Pee Wee Golf Holiday Camp
Moore Park Golf Club’s Pee Wee holiday camps will be based on their designated Junior teaching area which can be found on the right-hand side of the driving range, with the entrance to this area at the side of the car park. This is a safe, enclosed area with additional seating for you to watch your child from.
Ages – 3 – 6 years
When – 8-11th & 15-18th July – 2:30-3:30pm
Where – Moore Park Golf Club
Price – $160 / child
In this hands-on workshop kids will get the opportunity to make a couple of puppets of their choice: stick puppets, recycled junk puppets, hand puppets, marionettes etc. They will be encouraged to design their own puppets & guided to create them.
Ages – 4 – 12 years
When – 10-11th July – 9am – 12noon
Where – Little Ginger Studio
Price – $65 / child
NAIDOC Week: Nowie (canoe) Making
In Celebration of NAIDOC Week 2019 Royal Randwick Shopping Centre will be hosting a hands-on session run by an Aboriginal Educator from Koori Kinnections. Children (and adults) can make a Nowie using native plants – constructing a small canoe of a hand-held size which they can take home after they visit!
Ages – Children & Adults
When – 11th July – 2pm – 4pm
Where – Royal Randwick Shopping Centre
Price – Free