Owen from the Kenilworth Visitor Information Centre was happy to show us walking tracks around the Conondales – a perfect family adventure waiting for you!
Whilst you are visiting the Kenilworth Cheese, Wine and Food Fest on Easter Saturday, stay a bit longer and plan some walks around our region. Our Visitor Information Centres have excellent advice to help you find the best walking tracks and waterfalls.
We’ll have more suggestions in the next edition out from April 4, as school holidays are March 30 until April 16. In the meantime, here are some other ideas for your school break.
Boys – go on a camp!
Gents Camp is back! Why sit around all holidays being bored, when you could be on the most awesome camp in the world doing cool activities and hanging out with your mates?
Activities like Laser Skirmish, Tubing, cable water-skiing, wake-boarding, swimming, spotlight, the beach, sports galore, great prizes, cool music, epic tribal challenges, and plenty of surprises. Plus, we’ll ask the big questions about God and the universe.
This camp always fills quickly! Get in early to avoid disappointment! Only $300, this camp is for grades: 7-10 boys and held April 3-7 at Tewantin and Yandina.
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Travel for some history
‘Kids Activity Days’ are planned for April 3,4,10 and 11 from 9.30am. You can make a colourful creature, ride a train, sieve for some gems, play some games and much more!
Entry to Caboolture Historical Village with activities is $10 per person, with sausage sizzle and bottle of water for $13 inclusive. Upon arrival you will be greeted and assembled into groups in accordance to the activities available. Group bookings require a $20 deposit, non-refundable within 48 hours.
Demonstrations at the Village are provided by volunteers, and there may be occasions when some of the advertised demonstrations are not available.
To ensure that everyone, especially the children, have a great day please book: 5495 4581. Please ring 0488 284 089 out of hours for weather and bus arrangements.
Engines Alive in Caloundra
On Saturday April 7, Queensland Air Museum shows off their Operational Engine and Aircraft Collection – engines ranging from 40 hp up to 1,500 hp and dating from 1930.
It includes a fully operational CAC Wirraway aircraft. A selection of the collection will feature in each run-up display to provide a good cross section of aero engine types.
Ride your bike
Children’s cycling courses intermediate classes are designed for children aged six years and over. It will teach bike-handling skills and road awareness to help them to ride safely in low traffic environments and on pathways.
Get your little one onto two wheels while learning tips to continue the fun at home with a Progression from Training Wheels course.
You can bring all types of bike, and children must be accompanied by an adult. From 10am on Thursday April 5 at Chancellor State Secondary College, Sippy Downs.