Term 1 holidays are here! There’ll be lots of happy, chocolate-laden kids, without a doubt… but what do you do if you don’t have any plans for Easter? Have no fear, here are some ideas that should keep you occupied from Easter to beyond!

Hop into Markets @ The Quay on Saturday 30th March and Sunday 31st March from 3pm – 8pm at Elizabeth Quay. This FREE event will feature a slew of fun activities for the kids. Roving performers, face painting, bubbles and of course, the Easter bunny! Check out the rest of Elizabeth Quay while you’re there – walk along the bridge, grab some food from the many restaurants or let the kids loose at the playground or water park!

Jurassic Kingdom (29th March – 28th April) is roaring back into Burswood! It’s going to be an even bigger event this year with new night sessions on selected dates. Keep an eye out on our socials as we’ve been invited to the exclusive media event and will be showing you what to expect from this new addition.

Now we know that Planet Royale has been offering FREE movies on the weekends… well, they’ve not forgotten the kiddies and have scheduled some FREE matinees these school holidays! There are new favourites and old classics for  kids of all ages to enjoy. On top of that, they’re also offering a special deal where for $20, kids have UNLIMITED access to the arcade. Jump on to their website to find out more!

Calling all scallywags! Get ready to set sail at Roar Bar and Grill! Roar have organised special play sessions with maps for little pirates to follow. Solve the clues to find the treasure and win prizes! Reservations are required and the $50 fee is fully redeemable on the day for food and beverages from the Roar Bar and Grill. Book your table here! 


If you haven’t been to Rottnest this year, now is the PERFECT time. Rottnest Fast Ferries have announced a cracking deal for families. Kids aged 12 and under can travel for FREE on board their ferry and also receive a complimentary Island Explorer hop-on-hop-off bus pass to explore the beauty of Rottnest Island. Advanced bookings are essential. Find out more here.

Are your chocolate fiends? Do they love playing at the water park? Are they more artistically inclined? Well, look no future because they can do all that AND more in the Swan Valley. There’s a wide array of activities spread across the various venues in the region – have your pick here! If we had to choose, we’d go with the Fired Up Fundraiser at The Henley Brook. There’ll be games, fire engines and live music – what more could you ask for? Proceeds from this event will go towards the West Swan Volunteer Bush Fire Brigade.


The highly anticipated and popular “Rocket Rumble” featuring Rocket League returns to Cockburn Gateway this school holidays. A captivating gaming activation, in collaboration with Ground Zero Gaming, the school holiday pop-up is set to spark excitement amongst young Rocket League players.

Alexander Heights Shopping Centre, Lakes Shopping Centre (South Lake), Springs Shopping Centre (Beechboro) and Parks Shopping Centre (Bunbury) have organised FREE activities for kids to indulge in over the school holidays. Check out the full schedule above.

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