There are always great activities on offer for kids over the School Holidays at the various Libraries in Gordon, Turramurra & St Ives.
Bookings are now open for our activities during the upcoming school holidays. Join us for a wild adventure this autumn! Little ones will love our Big Easter Hunt, a merry journey through the bush to hunt for clues and fill our baskets with surprising Aussie animal facts. Also new this season is a workshop for the bug-lovers out there: My Minibeast Zoo, a chance to learn about keeping bugs as pets, with a chance to take home a pet bug of your own at the end! All this and more awaits you at the Wildflower Garden this April.
Holiday camps at PCYC North Sydney are the best because kids really do have fun! For only $60 for the day, kids are out of the house and getting active in these programs. They have qualified coaches that run programs kids love!
SXL Gymnastics operates school holiday sessions on the lower North Shore for children aged 5-12 years. Programs are perfect for parents looking for an energetic and exciting activity for their child. The sessions offer a variety of different activities – both active and sedentary. Activities include interactive games, group activities, gymnastics lessons, art and craft, and face painting on Thursday & Friday.
Stanton Library have great FREE activities each holidays.
Professor Plums is a Science and Discovery store in Crows Nest. They do scientific and geeky gifts for all ages, from rockets to chemistry kits to telescopes to robotics. They also run fun science workshops every school holidays for kids who want to have fun and explore scientific concepts!
All workshops are held at North Sydney Demonstration School and run from 9.30am to 3.30pm. They are all $85 a head and are intended for kids aged 7 to 12.
If your mini (and not so mini) shredder is looking for a sick (that's cool for us older folk!) place to hit banks and grind rails this little street plaza is a great find in Cammeray. A great park for street skaters from beginners to advanced.