The Easter holidays are just around the bend! Keep this checklist close to prevent cabin fever this Easter.
If your kids are animal obsessed, Wild Rangers are bringing an array of native wildlife to the Picnic Island Green in South Bank on Thursday 6 April. This is the perfect way for children to learn about caring for Australian animals and their habitats.
Here’s a deal that will definitely bring out competitiveness between siblings. Every Tuesday from 5pm, Mucho Mexicano serves all you can eat tacos. You read correctly: for two hours, you can eat UNLIMITED tacos. Just $10 for kids and $25 per adult. No bookings required.
An action-packed, high-energy musical adventure! Everyone’s favourite puppies are coming to Australia for the first time for this musical stage show based on the hit animated Nickelodeon TV series.
This outdoor exercise class strengthens new mums while helping to develop movement and motor development in bubs. The best part? It’s totally free! Click here to view the full schedule of classes.
Hangry kids? Hop to Max Brenner, where two Easter-themed desserts are on offer. Children can release their inner artiste by ordering the Hugsicle Iscream: a scoop of vanilla ice cream in a waffle cone that can be decorated with biscuit bunny ears, gummy bears, pure milk chocolate drops and hundreds and thousands. Parents may prefer to regain sanity over a Not Cross Bun: a warm choc chip spiced bun stuffed with vanilla ice cream served with a pot of pure melted chocolate.
Epicurious Garden is the place to be these school holidays. On Thursday 13 April, your kids can learn how to make Easter-inspired cards and play interactive games while you can enjoy the zen of this riparian garden space.
Hot tip: Park your car at the South Bank Car Park for just $5 Monday to Thursday nights. Click here to claim this offer!