Put more than eggs in the basket at Albany Links Golf Course this Easter with live entertainment, workshops, putt-putt packages and Junior Golf Clinics to keep them entertained. Packaged events are just $28.50 per child. Spots are limited for packaged events and must be booked and paid for in advance from the Albany Links Golf Course Pro Shop.
Event: Magic Show & Putt-Putt (includes an ice-cream and pop top)
When: 04 April
Time: 10.30am – 12.30pm
Event: Balloon Twisting Workshop & Putt-Putt (includes a hot dog and pop top)
When: 07 April
Time: 10.30am – 12.30pm Contact Albany Link Golf for more information and Easter Putt-Putt specials.
To book your child into the MBBC Junior Sailing Course call Eliza on 3203 5188 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
How about a day on the water with the family barbecuing up snags from the comfort of a sheltered BBQ boat while the kids splash around in the safe waters of Pumicestone Passage?
Contact Bribie Island Boat Charters to hire out a BBQ boat for a laidback channel voyage these school holidays from the Bribie bridge as far as Mission Point. The protected passage is a marine life and bird lovers paradise, its many winding mangrove lined channels offer numerous quiet spots away from the main waterway to pull up and drop anchor.
The BBQ boats are clean, safe and comfortable, featuring cushioned seats, shade canopies, a toilet, sink and bench area, drinking water, gas barbeque, and lifejackets. With 8 seater, or 12 seater BBQ boats to choose from you’ll have plenty of room for the whole family, plus a few friends.
Grab some fishing gear, bait and ice from Bribie Island Boat Charters for a spot of fishing during your full day, half day, or evening on-water adventure.
Wanton, Wild & Unimagined is a playful exhibition of sculptured recycled plastics that stirs the imagination and evokes environmental reflection. By converting masses of everyday objects into visually aesthetic conceptual discoveries, McDonald’s artwork communicates the optimism in regenerating rubbish, whilst raising questions about the relationship we have with plastic and its supposed sustainability.
Waste not, want not: Recycled creations for kids. Ghost net baskets and things from the sea.
Ghost nets baskets are made from fishing nets that have been left or lost in the ocean by fishermen. Come and create a basket of your own in this ocean conservation themed workshop.
Wednesday 5 April 2017 10am - Midday Ages 5 - 12 Cost: $5.00
Waste not, want not: Recycled creations for kids. Monsters and Colourful Creatures.
Be inspired by your refuse! Turn a milk carton into a troll, a breakfast cereal box and some bottle tops into a flying creature, the only limit is your imagination!
Thursday 6 April 2017 10am - Midday Ages 5 - 12 Cost: $5.00
Waste not, want not: Recycled creations for kids. Jewellery: bracelets and necklaces
Use every day abandoned object and mixed media to create your own fabulous piece of jewellery. Techniques include plarn (yarn made from plastic bags), and beads made from newspaper.
Friday 7 April 2017 10am - Midday Ages 5 - 12 Cost: $5.00
100 years ago, one of the most compelling adventure and survival stories of all time unfolded in Antarctica: Sir Ernest Shackleton’s Imperial Trans-Antarctic Expedition of 1914–17. This ambitious tale of endurance comes to life in Shackleton: Escape from Antarctica. An exhibition on tour from the Australian National Maritime Museum
Ice Breaker Boat
Tuesday 4 April 2017 Design your own ice breaker. 10.30am - Midday Age: 5-12 Cost: $5.00
Thursday 6 April 2017 Build your own Antarctic inspired snow globe. 10.30am - Midday Age: 5-12 Cost: $5.00
Tuesday 10 April 2017 Build your own magnetic compass to help find your way. Age: 5-12 Cost: $5.00
Crystal Snow Flakes
Thursday 13 April 2017 Come and make a crystal snow flake 10.30am - Midday Age: 5-12 Cost: $5.00
Stay active these April school holidays with Moreton Bay Regional Council’s Active Holidays program. Child and youth aged 3-17 will have a great time discovering new activities, sport and challenges right here in the Moreton Bay Region for very little (if any) out of pocket cost. Younger participants can have fun trying free park activities, drum beats, hip hop dance, golf, circus skills, soccer, gymnastics, netball, rugby and tennis whilst high school students can challenge themselves with abseiling, archery, BMX racing, canoeing, high ropes, mountain biking and stand up paddle boarding.