The July School Holidays Perth are probably the most challenging for parents, with the weather not always so nice outside, it's hard to come up with ideas for things to do when it's raining outside. So here are some indoor and outdoor events and activities to enjoy these July Winter School Holidays to keep warm inside or embrace the winter weather outdoors. The July School Holidays run from 3rd - 18th July 2021
Discover The Winter Village this winter, located at the iconic Ice Cream Factory. An outdoor pop-up event running from May 28 – September 5, this magical winter wonderland is a must-visit destination, perfect for the whole family. Enjoy ice-skating, snow showers, a pop-up bar & kitchen and of course, the magical igloo village. With a full season of events and activities to explore, The Winter Village is free to enter and open 7 days a week. Find more information and book an igloo and ice skating at https://thewintervillage.com.au/perth/
Winter in Mandurah is back with a Pop-Up Ice Skating Rink gliding into Mandurah’s Eastern Foreshore. Whether you are new to ice skating or a pro, we have something for everyone this winter.
Bringing a world of enchantment, magic and wonder that provides something for all ages. Offering a large ice rink, ice toboggan slide, rides, fantastic entertainment, prime location and delicious food and beverage options, this is an event not to be missed. Mandurah Eastern Foreshore, 26th June - 18th July, 10am - 8pm daily. Find more information and book your tickets at www.visitmandurah.com.
From the watery depths! Discover the stories of eight extraordinary shipwrecks, revealed in incredible LEGO® model detail. Ryan “The Brickman” McNaught, working with expert maritime archaeologists, brings to life eight astonishing shipwrecks and their stories in this immersive exhibition. 27th June - 30th January 2022, kids under 5 enter free. Find more information and book your tickets at www.museum.wa.gov.au
The City of Wanneroo Gallery is proud to host the iconic touring exhibition, where you get to explore significant artefacts from the show that span across 50 years. See your favourite characters as you travel through time via historical props from the show, including the original windows, the rocket clock and flower clock.
The show continues to air each day and capture the imagination of children, inspiring them to learn, wonder and explore. The exhibition is open Wednesday - Saturday until 14th August, 10am - 4pm at the Wanneroo Gallery. Entry is free. Find more information at www.wanneroo.wa.gov.au.
Find more events during the school holidays in our Perth Family Events Calendar
The Fishing School is back again for the Winter July School Holidays. Beginners Fishing Classes at being held at Point Walter and Mindarie Marina on various dates between 6th - 15th July 2021. Classes are for kids aged 6 years+ (kids 6-8 years must be supervised by a guardian and all times). Beginners classes cover conservation, knot tying, rig building, casting, baiting and fishing and cost $35 per child. Find more information and book your child's place at www.facebook.com/events.
Fun school holiday camps and activities, that empower your kids to design, code and create, and spark a passion so they can go and change the world with a smile on their face. More than 90,000 kids have loved Code Camp so far! Classes available this school holiday for kids 6 - 13 years at various locations North, South and East of Perth these school holidays. Find more information and book your child's place at www.codecamp.com.au.
These school holidays we are proud to partner with Kid Campus, your one stop school holiday program directory where you can find a big range of school holiday programs running these Perth July Winter School Holidays. You'll find Coding, Sport, Art Programs and more. Find out what programs are running near you at www.kidcampus.com.au.
Enjoy adventure and nature play at this big new playground in the Kingsford Estate Bullsbrook. It also features a multi-sports court too. Read more in the Kids Around Perth Kingsford Playground Review.
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