From the 23rd September to the 8th October, spring school holidays are bursting with blooming good times at Darling Harbour! Whether you’re a family seeking adventure or a group of friends looking for something fun to do, there’s something for everyone during this exciting period.
Darling Harbour is also hosting a wide array of activities during these spring school holidays. From interactive science exhibitions to art workshops, there’s no shortage of ways to engage and entertain young minds. Plus, the scenic waterfront location of Darling Harbour provides the perfect backdrop for picnics, leisurely strolls, and enjoying the stunning views. So mark your calendar and get ready for an unforgettable time at Darling Harbour this spring. With so much to see and do, these school holidays are sure to be a blooming success for everyone in the family!
Get ready to be amazed by the whimsical world of Pocket Size Circus. Watch in awe as talented performers transport you to a realm of wonder with their acrobatics, juggling and clowning. It’s a magical experience that will leave both kids and adults enthralled.
Nurture your little ones’ minds and bodies with Kids Yoga sessions. These classes are designed to introduce children to the joys of yoga while promoting mindfulness and flexibility. It’s a fantastic opportunity for youngsters to find balance and relaxation in the midst of all the holiday excitement.
Embrace the rich cultural heritage of the Moon Festival, a celebration of tradition and community. Join in the festivities with vibrant lantern displays, delicious traditional treats and captivating performances. It’s a chance to learn about the significance of the moon and its role in different cultures around the world.
For the adventurous souls among us, Parkoursome offers an exhilarating experience that combines athleticism and creativity. Watch as skilled traceurs navigate urban obstacles with precision and flair, or even try it out for yourself in a safe and supervised environment. It’s a thrilling way to challenge your physical abilities and push your boundaries.
Don’t miss out of the Sydney Fringe Kids – an award-winning kids show that will have you buzzing with excitement.
In need of fun and educational experiences? Look no further than the Chinese garden of friendship and its Chinese calligraphy workshops.
Every Saturday evening throughout September, Darling Harbour will light up with a spectacular fireworks display. Gather your family, pack a picnic, and settle down by the water to watch the night sky come alive.
The Darling Quarter Kids Playground is a paradise for children of all ages. Open every day, this state-of-the-art playground features climbing ropes, swings, slides, and a water play area that’s perfect for those warm spring days.
From September 27th to October 1st, the Monkey Baa Theatre Company will present “The Very Hungry Caterpillar Show” based on Eric Carle’s beloved children’s books and is sure to captivate young and old audiences alike.
Wander through Tumbalong Park and explore Tumbalong Lights, an immersive light and sound experience that transforms the park into a mesmerizing wonderland after sunset.
Darling Harbour is hosting a variety of workshops and activities to keep kids engaged and entertained. From arts and crafts to science experiments, there’s always something fun and educational happening here.
Darling Harbour’s dining scene ensures that not only will your family’s culinary cravings be satisfied, but you’ll also find great deals that make dining out with kids an even more delightful experience.
School holidays just got even more exciting! Metro Apartments on Darling Harbour is offering a fantastic deal for families – kids stay for free during your visit. Discover all the details in our Love Sydney Staycation Package!
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