School holiday ideas

Loads of ways to keep you kids happy these holidays

Ku-ring-gai Council offers a variety of classes, sports, excursions, and activities to suit all interests and ages. With winter school holidays around the corner and their programs filling up fast.

Some holiday activities include –

Active Ku-ring-gai Kids
Keep your children happy and healthy with the Active Ku-ring-gai Kids sports program! Active Kids is full day holiday care which encourages primary schoolers to get active, have fun and meet new friends, while developing important skills in team work and leadership.
Venue: West Lindfield Hall, 2-10 Bradfield Rd, Lindfield
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Ku-ring-gai Art Centre
Is your child a budding artist? Ku-ring-gai Art Centre has art classes, from pottery, drawing and painting, to drama, puppet and jewellery making. There’s also a course in basic guitar, creative writing and a ‘Outdoor Art Adventures’ workshop- using the local environment to create dynamic and unique mixed media artworks.
Venue: Ku-ring-gai Art Centre, Bancroft Park, 3 Recreation Avenue, Roseville
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Bush Kids at the Wildflower Garden
Join us at the Wildflower Garden during NAIDOC week for a series of Aboriginal art and culture activities for children aged 1 to 14 years. Children will be exposed to local Aboriginal heritage through bush food walks, art, song and storytelling.
Venue: Ku-ring-gai Wildflower Garden, 420 Mona Vale Road, St Ives
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Junior Golf
Great for kids who want to learn the game’s basic skills of driving, pitching and putting, while making new friends along the way.
Venue: North Turramurra Golf Course, 361a Bobbin Head Road, North Turramurra
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Library activities
Keep your children busy during the July school holidays with activities including drumming, board games, craft and more
Venue: Gordon, Turramurra, Lindfield and St Ives library
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Teen activities
We’re offering a variety of great activities to get your teens out and about this break, including excursions to District 3 and Slam Skate Park.
Venue: Fitz Youth Centre
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