These ideas were posted in the Courier Mail as the Ultimate September school holiday guide
WHEREVER you are in South-East Queensland these September school holidays you covered with the ultimate guide keeping the kids entertained.
Have a read at the Courier Mail article to find lists of our five holiday favourites, Brisbane City North and South, Bribie Island, Caboolture, Logan, Northern Suburbs and Bayside, Northwest Suburbs, Pine Rivers and North Lakes, South-East Suburbs, Southern Suburbs, Westside and Wynnum.
Here are some of our favourite:
A Force is an installation that explore our relationship with technology and how our daily dependence on digital devices may be affecting us. A Force will grow throughout the duration of the exhibition through public participation and develop in response to the unique environment it lives within. On until October 14 at Flowstate, South Bank.Visit: southbankcorporation.com.au.
Queensland’s ultimate fireworks display wraps up the Brisbane Festival on October 29. This year’s soundtrack celebrates sci-fi and superheroes. Vantage points include Victoria Bridge, South Bank, Kangaroo Point Cliffs, Captain Burke Park and the City Riverwalk. Entertainment from 4pm and the fireworks from 7pm.
A waste-free world sounds like an impossible dream but some countries are already there and children of all ages have the opportunity to learn how Australia can reach that target too.
Reverse Garbage Queensland is helping to shape a zero-waste generation with eco-art workshops from September 25 — Oct 4. All workshop materials come from donated industrial discards. Tickets are $20 per workshop. Materials are included and parents and carers are free.
For information and tickets visit reversegarbageqld.com.au.