Nothing is worse than the constant “I’m borreeeeed, I wanna do somethingggg” during school holidays. It’s hard trying to find something new to do every day! Thankfully, Perth has upped its game this school holidays with heaps of amazing adventures for you and your little ones to enjoy. Here’s our Top 10 activities to check out:
1. Elizabeth Quay
A 5 minute walk from the city will take you kid heaven at Elizabeth Quay. From a water park to carousels, adventure golf, amazing playgrounds and ice-cream, it’s got everything you could want. Plus it’s just a 5 minute walk from the city.
2. Craft @ Cathedral Square Series
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Cathedral Square is putting on some great crafternoon sessions just for kids this school holidays! Choose from a Kite Workshop or even a cooking class with Long Chim Little Masters. But book quickly as they sell out!
3. Captain Cook Cruises
Nothing is more exciting than getting on a boat! Hit the water on a cruise from Perth to Freo with Captain Cook and see if you can spot a dolphin along the way. Plus sign up to Captain Cook’s FREE kids club for great offers and discounts, like the year round 15% off discount!
4. Kids Fitness Classes
Need to tire out your energetic little one? Surge Fittness has just the thing; they’ll be running a Mini Warriors and Kids Yoga classes near Perth Arena from April 17 – April 26. Book by emailing email@example.com or calling 08 9408 5659.
5. Perth Zoo
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Perth Zoo is packed full of wonderful creatures big & small from all around the globe. Your kids will love learning about the animals and endangered species. Best of all – it’s super easy to get there: it’s a 5 minute walk from Holiday Inn to Elizabeth quay, then takes just 10 minutes to get across to the zoo by ferry.
6. The Nostalgia Box
Did you know that Perth has its very own Video Games museum in Northbridge? The Nostalgia Box has all the video game classics on display and to play! This school holidays they’ll be having classes to make your own classic video game controller for just $35. Booking is essential.
7. Picnic at Kings Park
Kings Park is a kid’s heaven; with some of Perth’s best playgrounds there are so many things to climb and explore. We’ve even written a list of some of the best things to do at Kings Park, check it out. Pack yourself a picnic and kick back under the shade while you watch the kids play.
8. Northbridge Piazza Free Movies
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Northbridge Piazza comes alive on Saturday nights with free flicks for kids! Bring a blanket and snuggle up on the grass while you watch a free movie on their big screen. Watch The Lego Ninjago on 14 April and Despicable Me 3 on 28 April.
9. Chocolate Factory
While you’re shopping in the city, there’s one store you can’t go past. The Margaret River Chocolate Factory of course! Let the kids sample the chocolate drops while you get yourself a treat. You deserve it.
10. Jazz for Juniors
Due to it’s popularity in the past, His Majesty’s Theatre combined with WA Jazz Youth Orchestra are bringing you Jazz for Juniors – a day packed full of interactive music and learning musical instruments.
Kids Stay and Eat Free at Holiday Inn
After a day packed full of school holiday fun in the city, kick back and relax at the Holiday Inn hotel. Kids Stay and Eat Free, which makes it the perfect spot for a City Staycation with the family. Check out what we have put on for this School Holidays or check out our rates by clicking the Book Now button.