Are there any school holiday activities happening in Melbourne?

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KaTra Feb 24, 2016
Holidays are over now but the next ones are not far away with Easter around the corner.
Check out the site from Little Melbourne there are always great holiday suggestions. www.littlemelbourne.com.au
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KaTra Mar 22, 2016
There are so many things happening over the Easter break. Here are a few suggestions.

Kids' Party Confidential
Melbourne Town Hall
Saturdays until 9th April 2016
11am - 12noon
- Learn how to make an incredible balloon sword
- Is part of the Melbourne International Comedy Festival
www.comedyfestival.com.au/2016/season/shows/kids-party-confidential-sean-murphy

Cooks Cottage Easter Adventure
Mon - Sun until 10th April, 9am to 4pm
- $6 per child including activity
- Explore Cooks Cottage while hunting for clues in the adventure
- Special treat on completion at Fitzroy Gardens Visitor Centre
www.thatsmelbourne.com.au/PlacesToGo/CooksCottage/Pages/CooksCottage.aspx

Lego Squad at East Melbourne Library @ 122 George Street, East Melbourne
- Lego lovers will enjoy showing off skills
- First Thursday of each month there is a new challenge
- FREE event
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Fitzroygirl Mar 23, 2016
Scienceworks has a great school holiday program including a large-scale art installation 'Space Tape' and a 20 min astronomical show. They also have their fantastic permanent exhibitions Alice in Wonderland, Super City (think giant lego), Think Ahead and Sportsworks. Entry is FREE for kids https://museumvictoria.com.au/scienceworks/.

Cake Me in Rowville do cake baking and decoration classes for kids for $25 a class http://www.cakeme.com.au/schoolholiday/.

Jurassic World the exhibition is on at Melbourne Museum kids for $22, adults for $34, https://museumvictoria.com.au/melbournemuseum/whats-on/.

You can't go wrong with a visit to Melbourne Zoo, Healesville Sanctuary or Werribee Open Range Zoo, kids under 16 are FREE http://www.zoo.org.au/.
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Klt Mar 23, 2016
Dinosaurs are a popular theme this holidays @ Harbour Town Docklands a Jurassic Creatures show will feature.
12h March - 17th April
Adults $32; children $22
www.jurassiccreatures.com.au
- Become a palaeontologist
- Live Dinosaur show
- Dinosaur Art & Craft
- Fossil displays
- Amusement rides

Some other ideas I came across are:
Easter holidays at Eureka Skydeck
26th March - 10th April
- Crayola Kids Zone with interactive activities
- Skyjack mascot Deckstar will also stop by
www.eurekaskydeck.com.au

Songbirds at Southbank Library
- Songs, rhymes and stories
- 10.30am every Monday
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laurenh2 Jan 03, 2017
If your kids love wildlife I'd head to the Melbourne Aquarium (family tickets start at $69), Melbourne Zoo or Werribee Open Rand Zoo (Bonus: Kids entry is FREE on weekends and holidays!).

During school holidays when I was a kid I loved going on the rides at Luna Park (the unlimited ride family pass costs $150. If you're with the RACV you get a 10% discount) and Gumbuya Park (family pass starts at $55).
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Monique Holgye Jan 09, 2017
Check out what Eastland shopping complex in Ringwood has to offer. https://www.eastland.com.au/play/events

There are plenty of options for the kids and will occupy them for hours.

Monique Holgye - Property manager - Ray White Ringwood
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