It’s cold, it’s wet and the kids are on holidays for two weeks. What are you going to do with them to keep them occupied and entertained during the holidays? Well we’ve come up with the five best events and activities happening in Perth during the school holidays so you don’t have to do the ground work.
- Perth City’s Snowland
There’s nothing more exciting than seeing snow for the first time and it’s already cold outside so why not make freezing your toes off worth it for you and the kids. Located in Forrest Place from Monday 7th July to Saturday 19th July 10.30am- 3.00pm daily, Snowland is where you can see real snow and be taken on a journey through an enchanted forrest with delightful characters and even take a ride down the snow slide. This is a FREE event where you just need to obtain an entry pass to a session to attend.
For more information head to http://visitperthcity.com
Keeping in the theme of Winter, Perth’s very first outdoor ice skating rink has been set up in Perth Cultural Centre and is open from 9.00am to 10.00pm daily from Friday 4th July – Sunday 20th July. Not only is there the outdoor ice rink there is also a winter themed bar (for the adults of course) a cafe and a range of food stalls. Sessions on the rink must be booked and run for 45 minutes, beginning on the hour.
For more information and to book a session time head to http://www.winterland.com.au
- Dinosaur Discovery – Perth Museum
Lost Creatures of the Cretaceous is an exhibition like no other! With more than 20 moving, life-size dinosaur models, kids can get hands on with information and activities in the ‘Play-laeontology Zone’ in the museum grounds. On daily 9.30am – 5.00pm Saturday 5th July to Sunday 20th July.
For more information and ticket prices head to http://museum.wa.gov.au
- Top movies to watch this July School Holidays
Transformers: The Age of Extinction
How to Train your Dragon 2
Tinkerbell and the Pirate Fairy
Belle & Sebastian
- Fremantle Arts Centre
A wide variety of arts, crafts, music, photography and everything in between for your young ones to dabble in is available here. With programs for young kids (5-8 years), older kids (9-12 years) and teens (13-18 years) they have every base covered.
For a list of all workshops and events head to their website https://www.fac.org.au/
Perth is definitely upping its game when it comes to new and exciting things happening around town. There is sure to be something to please even the most picky of little tackers.