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School holidays activities in Docklands

30 Aug 2011

The school holidays are fast approaching and Docklands is most definitely the place to be.

You’ll find no shortage of activities and events to keep the kids occupied!

Cute and cuddly animals will invade Harbour Town when the Animal Farm returns to Docklands. Children can get up-close to baby animals and bush critters.

The free animal farm will run every day of the school holidays (September 24 –  October 9) from 11am.

AFL Grand Final festivities will also kick-off at Harbour Town on September 28 and 29 from midday. The free activities will include a handball competition, face-painting and entertainers.

Wonderland Fun Park is holding a “Let’s Play” festival for the  holidays.

The festival involves a show running at 11am, 1pm and 3pm daily.  It features the Incredibubble show (as seen on Australia’s Got Talent), Lindi Jane and Snap Crocodilous from the Kakadu Club, a magic show and special guests including Shrek’s Princess Fiona and Kung Fu Panda.

Entry to the festival is included with an unlimited ride pass, which costs $29.50 per person. A ticket to the show alone is $15. The park is open from 11am daily.

Support a good cause and head down to Medibank Icehouse’s September Starlight Skate between September 24 and October 9. A donation from each family ticket purchased will go to the Starlight Foundation.

Special events include an attempt at the world record for the longest conga line on ice, led by former Olympian Steven Bradbury, on September 24.

For creative kids, the LEGO Education Centre at Docklands has a great school holiday program. There is a range of workshops to choose from including the chance for kids to make their own movie using a special LEGO camera.

See http://www.mooreed.com.au for more information on costs, bookings and the full holiday workshop program.

Why not visit Docklands these school holidays? Without a doubt there will be plenty going on to entertain the whole family.

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