Perth activities for the July school holidays


Whether you’re in town from overseas, interstate or country WA, one thing remains the same… how to entertain the kids over the school holidays.

Here are some ideas you might not yet have thought of that could help keep your sanity in tact this July 🙂

Have you heard about the Funarium? It’s dubbed the future of fun for kids aged four to twelve, being held at the Claremont showgrounds. Click here for Funarium details.

The mini Olympics, a pyjama party, a craft workshop and cooking classes feature as part of the school holiday clinics offered by the City of Bayswater. Sound interesting? Click here for more details.

Join the party atmosphere in Fremantle’s Winter Festival! Featuring Australia’s biggest outdoor ice-skating rink, falling snow, a mountainous pop-up slide, carnival rides, plus music and entertainment for all ages! Click here for days of icy fun in Fremantle.

Check out the A to Zoo program at the Zoo in South Perth.  Click here for information. Nothing like a bit of animal magic to keep the kids entertained.

Plenty of free stuff in Perth City too. Don’t miss the Revelation Film Festival featuring films, live performances, masterclasses and art exhibitions. Take the train in to town for the best in  short film animation for children that can be seen in Mini Rev. Click here for a delightful mix of music, colour and crazy stories to entice little ones these July school holidays.

And… if you need somewhere to stay, choose Siggy’s Perth Accommodation – affordable family friendly places to stay, where all you need to bring is your suitcase – in Fremantle, Maylands, South Perth and Salter Point.

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