Laser tag, Segway tours and a BMX camp are just a few of the exciting and diverse activities that will be taking over Sydney Olympic Park, where there’s something different every day during the upcoming school holidays.
Whether kids want to join the circus, become a soccer superstar or an aspiring filmmaker, show off their skills at one of the best bike tracks in Sydney, or get clued up on CSI Forensics, Sydney Olympic Park has it all.
Kids of all ages are encouraged to get involved in some of the 50 different activities, camps and workshops taking place in the Park throughout the two-week break, kicking off on Monday 30 September.
Sydney Olympic Park Authority’s Director of Place Management, Susan Skuodas said the Park has a packed program of free or cost-effective activities on offer during the school holidays.
“Whatever kids are interested in, we have a diverse and exciting program of sport, science and art-based activities, and it’s easy to do something different and affordable every day during the school holiday at Sydney Olympic Park,” Ms Skuodas said.
“The Park is easy to access and we have around 50 different activities on offer to keep the kids active, engaged and entertained, so for busy families, there is no better school holiday destination than Sydney Olympic Park.”
A full list of activities is here – Spring School Holidays.