School holiday activities in NSW and Queensland
SEA LIFE Sydney Aquarium, Darling Harbour
The world’s most famous cartoon pig is coming to SEA LIFE Sydney aquarium these school holidays.
Peppa Pig is taking over the aquarium for the entirety of April, with character meet and greets, photo opportunities and a free activity book and trail for kids.
If you’re staying in Melbourne, Peppa Pig is also making an appearance at SEA LIFE Melbourne from April 1 to May 20.
Madame Tussauds, Darling Harbour
Everyone can take a selfie with their favourite superhero or celebrity at Madame Tussauds.
For families, the museum makes for a great all-weather activity where you can take a photo with the likes of Taylor Swift, Spiderman, Captain Marvel and Iron Man. The museum even has a new sculpture of Dwayne “the Rock” Johnson.
Dreamworld, Gold Coast
Dreamworld is launching its Street Food Festival this April, inviting foodies as well as thrill seekers to the park.
From April 2 to 18, visitors to the park can enjoy more than 100 new menu items courtesy of some of Queensland’s top food trucks, as well as Dreamworld’s in-house chefs.
Overwhelmed by choice? There’s a tasting trail too, so you can try bite-sized morsels from across the festival.
Currumbin Wildlife Park, Gold Coast
If your family is headed to the Gold Coast for Easter, the animals at Currumbin Wildlife Sanctuary are always a hit with kids.
The sanctuary is home to a huge number of native Australian animals, plus tamarins, capybara and even a red panda.
For the school holidays Currumbin even has a dedicated program, with different activities every day from April 11 to 14. These include a ‘Vet for a Day’ and ‘Animal trainer for a Day’ programs for kids aged six to 12.