The school holidays are fast approaching! Check out some fun activities on in Sydney over the next few weeks.
Code Camp offers four camps; Little League, Spark, Ignite and Blast. Each one is more challenging than the last.
LITTLE LEAGUE – Suitable for beginners. Ages 5-6.
These camps are designed for little coders who want to make their first small, but important steps to becoming creators of technology, not just consumers.
SPARK – Suitable for beginners and intermediate. Ages 7-12
The most popular camp which over 10,000 kids have completed so far and where every child aged 7 and above should start their Code Camp journey regardless of their prior coding experience.
IGNITE – Suitable for intermediate and advanced. Ages 7-12
Ignite is for those who have conquered Code Camp Spark or who already have a lot of coding experience elsewhere. Build your own top-down adventure game with heaps of mini-games and fun features.
BLAST – Suitable for advanced students only. Ages 9-13
Skating at Cathedral Square
This pop-up Ice Skating Rink set in Sydney’s iconic St Mary’s Cathedral, caters to people of all ages and skill levels.
It’s cheaper to book your tickets online.
June 23rd – July 16th
Wild Ropes at Taronga Zoo
Sky-high ropes adventure course is set in the bushland surrounds of Taronga Zoo, with breath-taking views of Sydney Harbour. This action-packed high ropes course is an excellent way to experience and appreciate the Australian outdoors.
Tickets must be purchased separately to Taronga Zoo or in a bundle pack with Zoo entry.
Available for kids 8 and over.
Sea Life Sydney – Penguin Expedition
SEA LIFE Sydney Aquarium’s Penguin Expedition is the world first-of-its kind penguin exhibit where guests can get up close and personal to a spectacular colony of King and Gentoo Penguins.
A continuous chain of boats (each with a capacity of 8) run all day, every day carrying guests on a journey along the river, through the heart of the colony.
Penguin Expedition is included on all tickets and passes for SEA LIFE Sydney Aquarium, including multi-attraction passes and annual passes.
Australian Museum’s Wild Planet exhibition
Get up-close and personal with over 400 animals under one roof!
Meet nature’s giants – the sperm whale, Asian elephant and giraffe. Come face-to-face with a lion, tiger and bear. See the koala, thylacine and red-bellied black snake and be dazzled by massed displays of butterflies and beetles.
Beneath this spectacle is the story of our connections with nature and how we impact on the survival of these amazing creatures.
Children 15 years and under are free. Adults are $15
The International Exhibition of Sherlock Holmes at the Powerhouse Museum
Calling all mini sleuths!
For the first time in Australia, be transported back to Sherlock Holmes’ Victorian London and crack the case by conducting your own experiments in this interactive exhibition that is perfect for the whole family.
On now until October 8th
Children (4-16) $16