• For the kids

    Creativity and fun in Sydney – that’s plaster painting for kids!

Plaster Painting

Looking for a creative and fun activity for the kids in Sydney? Why not try plaster painting at Plaster Painting Studios at the Entertainment Quarter, Moore Park!

Many parents seek out Centennial Parklands when they are looking for good, hands-on and challenging activities for their children. When they want something that involves creativity – beyond an iPad, Xbox or other gaming console. We have many activities and programs outdoors all year round, but we also have some great indoor based activities too.

Plaster Painting Studios

Over at the Entertainment Quarter in Moore Park we have the Plaster Painting Studios. For the last 12 years, owner Michelle has been offering a fun and creative time for thousands of children.

Michelle’s philosophy is simple – it’s all about the children:

Painting figurines and plaques helps in a child’s growth and development. It is confidence building, teaches children to complete a task, develop concentration and handle disappointment.  Painting improves colour recognition and pencil grip. The children run laughing through the door grinning from ear to ear. It’s the place where the kids are allowed to make decisions for themselves. They delight in making their own choice of plaster and smile when choosing from a vast array of colours – then they get to paint it.

But remember, it’s not just for girls, boys love the vehicles and Star Wars figurines!

But remember, it’s not just for girls, boys love the vehicles and Star Wars figurines!

Come and have a go today

With over 300 plaster 3D figurines, plaques, canvas, picture frames and candle holders, there is a great selection to choose from. Items are priced from $6 to $25 and everything is included in the price of the item you choose, so there’s something for every budget.

Plaster Painting Studios is open 7 days from 10 am – 5 pm. Drop in anytime, no need to book!

You can find Michelle and her team at the Entertainment Quarter, 122 Lang Road, Moore Park (adjacent to the children’s playground and the parents’ toilets).

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