Cheap School Holiday Activities in the Eastern Suburbs
Finding ways to keep the kids active and amused during the school holidays can always be a challenge. Here’s our suggestions of local and low cost events around the Eastern Suburbs that are bound to keep you and the kids happy.
Get the kids outdoors and staying active by talking them through the beautiful walking tracks of the Rose Bay to Watsons Bay area. The walk is 8km in its entirety and showcases some of Sydney’s best views of the city and the Harbour Bridge. With multiple parks and beaches along the way such a Nielsen Park and Parsley Bay, we suggest packing your swimmers and a picnic lunch and making a day of walking the tracks.
Bowl the kids away with excitement these holidays when you take them to Strike Bowling. With bowling, laser tag and arcade games on offer, this place will have you entertained for hours. One game of bowling or laser tag only costs $12, making Strike Bowling an affordable option these school holidays.
Take the kids to one of Sydney’s largest and most beautiful parks these holidays, Centennial Park. With a large walking tracks, bike trails and limitless ponds and fields to explore, the park is a great option. Pack a picnic lunch, a football and some bikes and get outside and get active with the kids. There is enough to keep the kids entertained all day without you having to open your wallet!
Let the kids unleash their inner artist and take them plaster painting at Plaster Master Fun Centre in Bondi. With a large selection of ceramics and plasters ranging from $7 to $20, you can select any figurines and get painting right away. Plaster Master also runs a selection of school holiday courses and programs ranging from $30 to $60. The best part is you get to take your creations home at the end of the day!
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