Keep your kids entertained
these school holidays
Give your kids the opportunity to make new friends, learn new skills and have adventures over the school holidays.
Learn how to fish
Get your kids hooked on fishing with Skills2Fish. They offer fishing clinics, full day excursions, kids birthday parties and night fishing excursions.
Go dolphin spotting
Kids Cruise Free these July school holidays with Mandurah Cruises’ $64 family pass.
On an interactive 1 hour 15 minute Dolphin & Scenic Marine Cruise you’ll discover the unique marine world that Mandurah is so famous for – Encounter our playful dolphins, see blue swimmer crabs & western rock lobster up close, spot pelicans, ospreys and swans and cruise through Mandurah’s luxurious canals. Fun guaranteed for the whole family.
The Mandurah Pirate Cruise
Venture through Mandurah’s inland waterways and canals on a fun pirate adventure for children and adults of all ages. You can steer the pirate wheel, ring the bell, dress up as a pirate on board Mandurah’s very own Pirate Ship while enjoying the scenery and spotting dolphins.
Fly Back into Flip Out Mandurah these July school holidays! Grab a one hour session and a pair of grip socks -or- a regular slushie for only $20*! Or book a two hour session and a pair of grip socks -or- a regular slushie for only $32*! Make sure to book online to secure your session.
*Offer only available at Flip Out In July School Holidays. Cannot be used in conjunction with any other offers. While stocks last.
Get the Kids lost
Amaze Miniature Park has a hedge and circular maze and extensively landscaped gardens to explore. Take a self-guided tour past the ornamental lake and miniature steam and diesel trains, canals, locks and barges to the town of Abington, the oldest continually inhabited town in England. After strolling through the garden, treat yourself to an ice cream, cold refreshment or coffee from the kiosk.
Cuddle a koala at Cohunu Koala Park
Get up close to Australia’s favourite animal at the Cohunu Koala Park. Have a cuddle of these loveable, furry friends and go gaga over the adorable baby koalas. There are over 15 koalas in the colony plus native wildlife roaming free through the park available for you to hand feed.
Burn some energy
South Yunderup’s Adventurescape, is a giant adventure playground and a place for the entire family. Your kids will enjoy climbing atop a 9 metre windmill tower, zipping on a flying fox or playing with Pickles the Pig.
Being one of the favourite playgrounds with the Mandurah locals, Quarry Adventure Park in Meadow Springs has something for all ages with BBQs, viewing platforms, toddler and adventure playgrounds, bike paths and a grass area to kick the footy.
Mandurah’s King Carnival boasts 18-hole mini golf, rides, trampolines, arcade games and water slides.
Or everyone can enjoy inflatable fun at the Indoor Inflatable World.
Have a wheely good time
Explore and be active with the kids on a bike ride. In Mandurah there are excellent cycle paths along the coast and Mandurah Foreshore, around Peel Inlet and into Dolphin Marina. There are many places to stop for a drink or bite to eat along the way too. Bikes and helmets can be hired from Mandurah Boat and Bike Hire, with cycle guide maps also provided.
If you want to go bush, the Marrinup Cycle Trail on the outskirts of Dwellingup is a family friendly cross-country loop travelling through Jarrah forest. Or explore Lane Poole Reserve, Dwellingup, on mountain bikes with Dwellingup Adventures.
Be a zookeeper 4 A Day
Are your children wildlife enthusiasts? Great, did you know they can be a professional zookeeper for a day at the Peel Zoo and experience first-hand handling and feeding the animals? They will learn how over 100 species of birds and animals are cared for and get up close to Tasmanian Devils, koalas, kangaroos, snakes, ferrets, lizards and a variety of bird species.
Take a train trip
Satisfy your bored teenager
It’s the first day of the holidays and your teens are already saying they are bored?
At Trees Adventure in Dwellingup, they can challenge themselves on West Australia’s first tree ropes course offering nine different levels and over 20 flying foxes. If they cannot get enough of climbing, head to Mandurah Indoor Rock Climbing Centre for some more action.
If your kids love skateboarding, they will enjoy the skate parks at Halls Park Mandurah and in Jarrahdale, Serpentine and Mundijong.
Water maniacs can hire a kayak, paddle board or jet ski. For more adrenaline fuelled fun, cruise on Mandurah Cruises’ Spirit of Adventure high-speed vessel on the Dolphin Adventure Cruise. Or take the whole family white water rafting with Dwellingup Adventures.
Animal lovers can enjoy a scenic trail ride at Waroona’s Langford Hill Riding Farm, set in the beautiful Darling Ranges. It conducts riding lessons every second Saturday and week-long residential camps for children every school holidays. Langford Riding Farm has quiet and experienced horses and ponies to cater for all riders from the age of six upwards.
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