The City of Bunbury has a range of school holiday programs catering to all age groups - from five years old up to 17 years of age - and to all interests.
We have programs at the South West Sports Centre, Bunbury Regional Art Galleries, Libraries and Bunbury Museum and Heritage Centre. We also run our Unleashed school holiday program which takes place in various locations.
Tuesday 24 April
Drop off: 8.30am @ Bicentennial Square
Pick up: 4.30pm @ Bicentennial Square
The kids will be ‘stranded’ on an Island and have to use their orienteering and navigational skills to locate components and build a raft to get to safety. They will then head down river on the newly built raft to the mainland where they have lunch followed by an array of games and team building activities.
LORDS OF DOGTOWN
Thursday 26 April
Drop off: 8.30am @ Bunbury Back Beach
Pick up: 4.30pm @ Bunbury Skate Park (Cobblestone)
This will be a day of educational, healthy and interactive activities introducing people to the sport of Skateboarding which they can continue for years to come. The boards will be old school cruisers (with COB and Roadwise stickers) suitable for both commuting and being used at skate parks, this way we feel we will also be giving back to the community by letting participants keep the boards whilst promoting and active and healthy lifestyles.
Bunbury Museum and Heritage Centre
Come in to the Museum this school holidays and learn about the Vikings. Create and decorate some Viking helmets and jewelry.
Thursday 26 April - 10am to 12pm
Friday 27 April - 10am to 12pm
For more information or to book please contact the Museum on 9792 7199.
Bunbury City Library and Withers Community Library
Bunbury Public Libraries have an exciting school holiday program lined up this April. You can hang out with the fluffy and scaly creatures who will be visiting from West Oz Wildlife, make your own colourful kaleidoscopes, learn how to create your own stop motion masterpiece, learn about the life cycle of a chicken whilst watching them hatch or settle in for a movie. Bunbury Public Libraries will also be at Grand families day, held at Bunbury Wildlife Park on April 18 with a beautiful, cosy story time tent where you can sit back, relax and listen to stories throughout the day. There will be a mini-library, sensory play area and you’ll be able to get your hands on info about your library service.
All activities are free
Bookings through eventbrite: https://www.eventbrite.com.au/
South West Sports Centre
Little Lappers Swim School
The Little Lappers Swim School is running a 2 day “Swim Long and Strong” holiday program on Thursday 26 April and Friday 27 April 2018. These 30 minute sessions over 2 days look at technique, muscle memory and building endurance. Be quick, as enrolments close April 20 and spots are filling fast! For more information, or to download an enrolment form, click here.
Can’t make it to any of the sessions? We are also running private one-on-one lessons with our Senior Swim School Officer on Tuesday 24 April, Thursday 26 April and Friday 27 April. For stage 3 and onwards, we will focus on the individual learning needs. Call the Little Lappers Swim School on 9795 2251 for more information.
The South West Sports Centre Vacation Care program is fully licensed for children aged 5 to 12 years. With a focus on National Quality Standards and the My Time, Our Place Framework for School Aged Children, our Vacation Care is run by qualified, caring and dedicated staff.
Running April 16 to April 27 2018 from 8:00am to 5:30pm, it is $58 per child (before CCB) and additional fees may apply for excursions or incursions. For more information, contact us on 9795 2222 or to download an enrolment form click here.
Bunbury Wildlife Park
From Thursday 19 April, come down and learn about our furry, feathered and scaly friends at 11am and 2pm every day of the school holidays with our keeper talks.
Talks subject to change, please contact 9721 8380 for more information.
Bunbury Regional Art Galleries