School holidays are just around the corner and I just know that Mums and Dads out there are trying to come up with some great outdoor activities for the children to expend that surplus over-flowing energy. This is where the Coast Club School Holiday Activities on the Sunshine Coast and Gold Coast kick in admirably.
Queensland Recreation Centres are the proud hosts of these fantastic school holiday activities, delivering safe and exciting camps, programmes and activities for big kids and little kids from the age of eight. Drop the children off or join in the fun yourself!
The Queensland Recreation Centres promote safe and exciting participation in outdoor recreation and have all the skills to deliver the required experience for a fun holiday programme.
Caving is a heap load of fun! - Image: QLD Recreation Centres FB page
During the September school holidays, that is from the 18 to the 29 September 2017, Adventure Activities will be running at the Sunshine Coast Recreation Centre in Currimundi. This Recreation Centre is located between Currimundi Beach and the mouth of the Currimundi Lake, just north of Caloundra. The Sunshine Coast Recreation Centre has recently undergone a $7.1 million refurbishment, ensuring all facilities are top-notch.
Activities at the Sunshine Coast Club include caving; surfing; archery; pool games; stand-up paddle boarding; high ropes; canoeing; a giant swing and much much more.
Half Day Sessions (three hours) 9am to 12.00noon - $27.15 Full Day Sessions (six hours) 9.00am to 3.00pm, including meals - $62.55
These sessions fill up really fast, please make sure you pre-register online here for the sessions your children want to participate in, on the Sunshine Coast.
The Sunshine Coast's rock wall is open for extended hours over the school holidays too - this is great fun for adults and children, five years and older. These indoor rock walls have over ten different climbs of varying degrees of difficulty, including crack only climbs and overhangs for the more experienced climbers. The automatic belay systems allow guests to climb solo. No bookings are required for the rock wall. Casual climbing is $11.35 and entry includes all the necessary equipment. Please note that a supervising adult is required for climbers aged between five and twelve years of age and enclosed shoes must be worn at all times.
Rock climbing is great for adults and children - Image: QLD Recreation Centres FB page
From the 18 to the 29 September 2017, Adventure Activities will also be held at the Gold Coast Recreation Centre. This Recreation Centre is located on the doorstep of the stunning Tallebudgera Beach, surrounded by the Tallebudgera Creek and Burleigh Head National Park.
The Gold Coast Recreation Centre Club activities include abseiling; surfing; archery; straight-up ropes course; canoeing to David Fleay Wildlife Park; stand-up paddle boarding; high ropes and the giant swing.
Abseil tower at Tallebudgera Leisure Centre - Image: QLD Recreation Centres FB page
The Gold Coast's rock wall is also open for extended hours over the school holidays and is super fun for adults and children five years and older. No bookings are required for the rock wall. Casual Climbing is $11.35 for entry, which includes all equipment.
Half Day Sessions (three hours) 9am to 12.00noon - $27.15
Full Day Sessions (six hours) 9.00am to 3.00pm, including meals - $62.55
The countdown is on! Image: QLD Recreation Centres FB page
Bookmark the dates, parents and grandparents, there's a heap load of fun about to be happening during the school holidays on the Sunshine Coast AND the Gold Coast. Don't forget to register online early so as to avoid being disappointed!