More sunshine and flourishing nearby parks make the spring school holidays, one that many school-goers look forward to.
Whether you’re a teacher or a parent looking to entertain the kids these school holidays there are plenty of things to do near Harriott at Armstrong Creek.
Here’s our round up:
Stay active with Kelly Sports Spring Holiday Program!
Check out the Kelly Sports Geelong Spring Holiday Program for a week of sporting fun! With AFL, basketball, soccer, cricket, tennis, volleyball, dodgeball, disco activities and so much more on offer for children aged 5 -12, this program is great for sports-loving kids! Running every weekday from Monday 18th to Friday 28th September 2023, prices are $60 for 1 full day or $250 for 1 full week.
For more information visit: https://kellysports.com.au/kelly_events/view/30060
Visit the Narana Aboriginal Cultural Centre
Explore the exhibitions, art galleries and play spaces at Geelong’s award-winning Aboriginal cultural centre, Narana. This centre is perfect for kids of all ages to learn more about Aboriginal heritage and culture. There are programs for kids (and adults) with boomerang throwing, nature walks, dreaming stories and more! As well as a café for you to relax while the kids play.
Programs are priced from $20. Visit here for details: https://www.narana.com.au/cultural-education
Borrow a book from the Neighbourhood Library in Central Park
Located in Harriott’s Central Park, the neighbourhood library offers a great afternoon walk for kids of all ages – wander along the fitness circuit and pick up a book to take home! You may also like to bring a picnic rug or find a spot in the sun to relax and read in this beautifully landscaped space.
Enjoy an ice cream at the Waterfront
Whether you’re exploring the Geelong waterfront with the infamous Bollard Trail, or Torquay’s foreshore and esplanade – an afternoon by the beach is always a good idea. Located near both of these scenic spots is an Augustus Gelatery, the perfect afternoon treat for school holidays.
Traverse the tastes of the Bellarine Peninsula
The region is fast becoming a foodie Mecca with plenty of local farmgate producers, provedores, wineries, breweries, restaurants, and cafes. From cellar door experiences to long Sunday lunches, there are plenty of places to discover local produce and fresh ingredients as you unwind this school holidays.