Top 5 things for kids to do in Byron Bay these school holidays

Posted by admin | June 28, 2017 | Activity, Byron Bay, Camping
Children in park on play equipment

Planning a family winter getaway to Byron Bay these winter school holidays? We’ve put together the top 5 activities around Byron for your kids to enjoy.

Explore and enjoy Byron Holiday Park – With so much to see, explore and experience right here at our park, your kids can enjoy the best of Byron Bay without having to go anywhere! Situated on 28 acres of picturesque parkland beside Tallows Beach, your children can make new friends while playing in a safe and fun environment. The park features a pool, play equipment, games room, bike hire and a walking track to the beach. Come visit us at Byron Holiday Park and enjoy all we have to offer! To book your stay click here.

Little girl at Circus Arts, Leaning to swing on rope.
Byron Circus Arts –
Let your kids run away (for a day) and join the circus! Circus Arts Byron Bay run a range of full and half day circus programs throughout the school holidays. Activities range from flying trapeze workshops to circus classes to indoor climbing lessons – all tailored to suit a range of ages and abilities. And with free workshops like balloon twisting available, there is something for every aspiring acrobat or clown! For more information click here.

Little girl having a surfing lesson.
Lets Go Surfing –
Winter or not, a visit to Byron Bay is not complete without hitting the waves for a surf. Byron is internationally renowned for its gentle rolling breaks at legendary surfing spots like The Pass and Wategos, which are the perfect waves for beginners to learn on. Lets Go Surfing offer a range of lessons, from private one-on-one’s to family group sessions – all with qualified instructors. Experience the thrill of standing up and riding a wave! For more information click here.

Children hand feeding calf at The Farm Byron Bay
The Farm –
The Farm run kid’s workshops throughout the school holidays where children are encouraged to learn about, explore and enjoy a real working farm. The ‘Farm Kids’ programs educate children about where food comes from through a ‘hands-on’ approach. Activities include tours of the paddocks and crops as well as meeting The Farm livestock, including cows, pigs and chickens. For more information click here.

Child hand feeding animal at Macadamia Castle
The Macadamia Castle
– A popular family destination for over 40 years, the Macadamia Castle has a range of fun activities for kids. The Animal Fun Park is a child friendly environment with a daily programme of interactive activities for the under 5 ‘s. Play the 18 hole mini-golf course, take the train ride or have fun in the playground. The Macadamia Castle will hold two different school holiday programs this winter: ‘The Wildlife Guardians’ program (7-11 year olds) – where kids learn about conservation and native wildlife and ‘The Keeper for a Day’ program (12-18 year olds) – where teenagers can spend a day with a senior keeper to experience what working in an animal park is like. For more information click here.

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