Today Show- Australian School Holidays Budget Activities

Let’s go Mum appeared on the Today Show yesterday to have a chat about budget school holiday options, and share a state-by-state run down of some of the best Australian budget activity options available these school holidays!

Play the video to below to watch…

Watch it on the Today Show website here

For more information on each of the budget school holiday activities, see each state listing below!

Australian School Holidays Activities


Activity: Towers of Tomorrow Lego exhibition
Where: Ipswich Art Gallery
When: Until 9th of July 2017
Cost: 4 sessions daily – $5 per person, per session – bookings are essential
For more information go to the website here


Activity: Nestle Healthy Active Kids Cooking Sessions
Where: The Royal Easter Show – Woolworths Food Farm
When: Until 19th April
Cost: Free (In addition to entry fees – Adults $38 / Child $23)
For more information go to the website here


The Sydney Royal Easter Show has free workshops for kids


Activity: Easter Egg Scramble
Where: The Big Goose Farm
When: All Easter long weekend
Cost: $5 (in addition to farm entry fee – $17 adults/$13 children)
For more information go to the website here


Activity: Playford Alive Colour War & Outdoor Cinema- Minions
Where: Playford Alive Town Park
When: 15th April 2017
Price: Free – register for tickets from the Eventbrite website
For more information go to the website here


Activity: Animal activities
Where: Landsdale Farm School
When: All school holidays (except Good Friday & Easter Monday)
Cost: $7 entry per person – under 2yo free
For more information go to the website here


Do you have any school holiday budget ideas? Share them in the comments below!


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