1. Wild Flight at Wild Life Sydney Zoo
What a fun way to experience Australia’s wild life in the city. You can now glide over kangaroos, wallabies and Rex the Crocodile at Wild Life Sydney Zoo with their new Wild Flight ride for $15 plus entry price. It’s a fun way to get your adrenalin pumping and check out the animals. Wild life Sydney Zoo also host a Koala breakfast once a month which offers a delicious buffet brekky with the Koala’s followed by a look through the zoo. This is a really cool place, the kids and I love it here and love being up close and personal with the animals.
You can find out more here: http://www.wildlifesydney.com.au
2. Try the new kids menu at Papi Chulo and get FREE admission to the Sydney Sea Life Sanctuary Aquarium.
These school holidays, Manly SEA LIFE Sanctuary has partnered with Papi Chulo restaurant on Manly Wharf to help protect our adorable Little Penguins!
One dollar from each dish sold of Papi Chulo’s brand new ‘Papi Penguins’ kids menu will be donated to The SEA LIFE Trust, a Registered Environmental Organisation dedicated to the protection of marine wildlife and conservation of aquatic habitats, including Manly’s Little Penguins!
On top of this, each kids menu comes with a Kids Go Free offer to Manly SEA LIFE Sanctuary (when accompanied by a paying Adult).
3. Go for a Bike Ride around Narrabeen lake
Simply, go for a bike ride with your kids, get them outside in the sunshine and find a path you love and go for a ride. Little P loves riding her Byk Bike around Narrabeen lake. Its a great bush path that the kids love riding, looking for animals in the trees, listening out for birds and stopping for a picnic or a play at the park.
See more about Byk Bikes here: http://www.bykbikes.com
4. Disney On Ice present Dare to Dream
Disney On Ice presents Dare to Dream opens in Sydney on 8th July 2015 and will be the ultimate princess experience, taking audiences on a journey to fulfill their dreams. Bringing two of Disney’s modern day princess stories Tangled and, The Princess and the Frog and two of the most beloved fairytales Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs, and Cinderella. This action packed skating spectacle is a classic meets contemporary celebration of 75 years of Disney Princess stories. Produced by Feld Entertainment, Disney On Ice presents Dare to Dream opened in Perth on the 5th June, also stopping in Adelaide, Newcastle, Brisbane, Melbourne and closing in Sydney in July.
You can purchase tickets from Ticketek: 132 849 or www.ticketek.com.au/DisneyOnIce. Tickets start from just $29.50. For more information visit www.DisneyOnIce.com.au.
5. Coogee Bay Pavilion
Coogee Pavilion is a hosting a range of fun and exciting activities during the School Holidays. Mon-Fri, 9-11am (29 June – 10 July).
All activates are free and will be held in the beloved games area, with new activities daily including juggling, Zumba, yoga, circus skills and more.
Gold coin donations will be collected in support of our good friends at Ronald McDonald House
See more info here: http://merivale.com.au/whats-on
6. Kids Snow Festival in Thredbo
Thredbo has enjoyed a dusting of snow overnight and with cold temperatures in the forecast across the weekend the snowmakers are set to fire complementing the natural falls. The resort is getting ready for the school holidays with the Kids Snow Festival (27th June to 12th July) featuring a sweet line up of frosty fun for the whole family.
The Kids Snow Festival is a great way to get families out and about enjoying the magic of snow, with Thredbo encouraging more first timers to the snow this winter. Research conducted by Thredbo revealed that more than five million Australians* have never seen snow.
With a jam-packed schedule, plenty of terrain to explore and a huge line-up of free activities, events and adventures, there’s something for everyone at Thredbo these school holidays.
For more information on the Kids Snow Festival, including how to book, visit www.thredbo.com.au or http://www.thredbo.com.au/events/kids-snow-festival/.
7. ￼EXPERIENCE THE EXTROADINARY INSIDE OUT JOURNEY The rich and colourful
If its too freezing for you outside; head to the movies to see Disney Pixar ‘Inside Out’ and explore the emotions of the human mind.
To go along with the movie, the Inside Out Toy Line from TOMY hit stores on May 8th. Products include collectable movie character figures, basic plush toys and engaging interactive headsets.
Disney Pixar’s inventive new film Inside Out will take you to a place that everyone knows, but no one has ever been to: the world inside the human mind. Viewers will be led inside 11 year-old Riley’s head, through a journey of emotions felt by us all – those of fear, sadness, joy, disgust and anger. The emotions live in “Headquarters” (the control center inside Riley’s mind) where they lead Riley through everyday life.
The exciting Inside Out toy line brings to life the rich movie characters of the film and their colourful personalities, including Riley’s five emotions; Joy, Sadness, Anger, Fear and Disgust. The character-driven toys showcase the unique personalities and distinct qualities of the ‘Inside Out’ characters, enabling children to recreate the imaginative settings, re-enact their favourite scenes and collect each emotion.
The Inside Out Toy Line from TOMY is available at Target, Toys ‘R’ Us, Big W, Myer and Toyworld. Visit: http://movies.disney.com/inside-out/
8. BBR French World Festival kicks off – 10th, 11th and 12th of July.
The three day celebration has something for the whole family, incredible food, entertainment, music and a kids corner that will not only keep a smile on the little ones face but teach them a thing or two about language, culture and diversity.
This year the kiddies corner will be bigger and better than ever with a not to be missed comics corner, candy store, and storytelling area. Little ones and, of course, parents, will have the chance to enjoy the French customary festival sweet known as ‘barbapapa’!
See more info here: http://bbrfestival.com.au/
9. Winter Garden Sydney
Located at St. Mary’s Cathedral, Winter Garden Sydney will offer delectable food and beverages, winter activities and entertainment from Friday 19th of June to Sunday the 19th of July.
Jump, slip and slide high in the sky on the inflatable slide, take to the slopes on the mechanical snowboard or if action isn’t your flavour relax with the petting zoo or grab a spot by the crackling fireplace and warm up in the Winter Garden Après Skate Lounge.
For more further information on Winter Garden Sydney, please visit http://wintergarden.com.au/ OR contact [email protected]
10. Healthy Kids Holiday Cooking Classes at aboutlife
Join Health Coach & Wellness Blogger Brenda Janschek as she shows the younger fresh foodies all the wonders of fresh wholesome nutritious cooking (for beginners!)
They’ll be having so much fun that they won’t even realise how much they are learning about numbers, measuring, science, reading and fine motor skills.
Not only will they be shown how to make a selection of yummy REAL foods, but they will get to eat it too!
Hosted by: Health Coach and Wellness Blogger Brenda Janschek
Class begins 4pm-6pm
Address: aboutlife Double Bay (1 Kiaora Lane)
See more info here: http://aboutlife.com.au/store/category/89/763/Events01/