It's getting frosty outside but we've got shows and activities that will brighten their little faces and warm the heart.
Brrrrrrrrrr....the stormy weather doesn't help your sanity over the winter school holidays. Give yourself a mental break and take a hop, skip and jump over to Bunjil Place for a kaleidoscope of FUN! Check out what's on below:
- 10.00 am and 1.00 pm Tuesday 25 June - Me and My Shadow
Step into a magical world of play and follow the fanciful escapades of a girl making friends with her shadow.
- 11.00 am - 4.00 pm Wednesday 3 - Thursday 11 July - Art & Craft Cubby Village (FREE)
We're taking the kiddies through a secret garden and into a cubby village for some special rock painting and fairy crafts - yassss FREE school holiday fun!
- 2.00 pm Friday 5 (Relaxed Performance) and 10.30 am Saturday 6 July - Robot Song
When eleven-year-old Juniper May receives a petition signed by her entire class stating that she is 'the most hated person in the school' her life is thrown into complete meltdown. After exhausting all other avenues her parents' resort to the only thing they have left, a giant singing robot.
- 10.30 am and 1.00 pm Monday 8 July - The Listies Return for more R.O.F.L.ing
Expect to see gratuitous, ridiculous, hilarious, and possibly hazardous, Melbourne's maestros of kids’ packed with insane, interactive, and irreverent escapades. Perfect for the whole famz.
- 11.00 am - 2.00 pm Tuesday 9 - Thursday 11 July - Continental Shift Craft Play (FREE)
With our Continental Shift exhibit in full swing, we couldn't help but get inspired...so we've pulled together these FREE fun arty activity workshops.
As our current exhibition 'Continental Shift: Contemporary Art and South Asia' comes to a close, we talked to feature artist Kate Beynon to get her perspective on art and creativity.
We've got a kaleidoscope of colourful activities coming to our place these school holidays so strap in the kids for some serious fun!
You can't miss Trent Jansen's striking works in the 'Continental Shift: Contemporary Art and South Asia' gallery exhibition - now learn a little bit more about what makes him tick!