Spring into School Holidays with Art Series
SPRING INTO SCHOOL HOLIDAYS WITH ART SERIES
We’ve rounded up our top picks for the school holidays to keep the kids entertained and the parents sane. Head to Melbourne and explore the gardens and parks surrounding The Blackman or visit The Larwill Studio where you can spend the day adventuring around Melbourne Zoo.
Stay & Play at The Blackman during school holiday periods, with accommodation for four in a Deluxe Studio Twin Suite, breakfast at Fleur Depot de Pain, hire of our Lekker Bicycles, art kits, late checkout of 1pm and car parking starting from $246 a night.
Stay & See at The Larwill Studio and explore the Melbourne Zoo’s Photo Ark Exhibition, with all works taken by National Geographic photographer Joel Sartore. From $265 a night, you get a nights' accommodation in a Workspace room, tickets for 1x adult and 1x child to Melbourne Zoo, a close-up encounter with an animal at the Zoo, 2 art kits and a late checkout of 12pm.
Is there anything better than Melbourne during footy finals? Get yourself some tickets and sleepover at The Olsen or The Blackman for easy access to all of the games. Footy-loving kids are invited to the MCG for Sunday Fundays this entire AFL season. The MCG is offering free entry for kids to watch the footy and free entry into the National Sports Museum at the ‘G before all Sunday clashes as well as kick-to-kick at several Sunday AFL matches.
Image courtesy of Adam Trafford/AFL Media
LEGOLAND Discovery Centre at Chadstone features two LEGO rides, five themed LEGO build and play zones, build classes from the Centre's Master Model Builder, a 4D cinema, special party rooms for birthdays and other celebrations, Melbourne’s top landmarks recreated in LEGO bricks in MINILAND, plus a heap more. Sleepover at our vibrant and colourful Prahran hotel, The Cullen then head to LEGOLAND, the perfect place to let your imagination run wild in a world of colour and creativity.
Image courtesy of Joyce Watts of tothotornot.com
Retreat to The Johnson and see Disney’s The Little Mermaid at the Brisbane Arts Theatre. The Little Mermaid is regularly voted among the most loved Disney films of all time, and now Brisbane Arts Theatre brings a live musical adaption starring local actors. Theatre patrons will have the chance to meet Ariel and the rest of the cast, when the characters come out to the courtyard after each show to meet the children and sign autographs, a 50-year tradition of Brisbane's oldest theatre.
Image courtesy of Brisbane Arts Theatre
Head out for an adventure to The Watson and explore the South Australian Maritime Museum. Follow Captain Pedro Pyjama and his crew on their adventure to almost discover some of the world’s greatest treasures. The kids can come dressed in their pyjamas and they might be lucky enough to join Captain Pedro’s crew! Explore the Museum, climb the Lighthouse and see the performance all for only $6 per kid.
Image courtesy of South Australian Maritime Museum