• For the kids

    5 best winter school holiday ideas in Sydney

 

Winter is not a time to stay indoors, so here are five great ideas for the kids these school holidays.

Not only are these fun, engaging outdoor activities, but you can book online right now!

 

Idea #1: CP Bush Rangers

Children will enjoy a day of wildlife, bushcrafts, outdoor challenges, games and free play all in the great outdoors of Centennial Parklands.

 

Idea #2: Spotlight Prowl

Centennial Parklands is home to a variety of nocturnal creatures, from brushtail possums, microbats and tawny frogmouths to one of Sydney’s largest colonies of grey headed flying fox.

 

Idea #3: Park Detectives – Forensics Fun

Crime scene investigation comes to Centennial Park! This forensic science workshop will intrigue budding super sleuths who enjoy their science mixed with a bit of drama.

 

Idea #4: Kids v Wild (5+ year olds)

Firecraft is one of the first priorities of survival. Learn the art of lighting a fire from a spark without using a lighter or matches. Collect tinder and kindling bundles and then use a fire steel and friction to create a spark to get the fire started.

 

Idea #5: Incredible Reptile Show

Meet snakes, lizards, turtles and even a crocodile. Don’t miss this fascinating Feature Creatures reptile show with lots of hands-on and photo opportunities.

 

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