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Budget-Friendly School Holiday Activities on the Sunshine Coast

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by Fiona Harding (subscribe)
Fiona Harding is a photographer living on the beautiful Sunshine Coast. Check out her portfolio at www.fionahardingphotography.com//
Published March 19th 2014
Budget Ideas to Stop the Boredom
Thankfully there are lots of fun ways to entertain the kids over the school holidays, today we're looking at the top three budget-friendly options on the Sunshine Coast.

1) The Ginger Factory or The Big Pineapple (Yandina/Woombye)

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Watch out for those crazy sundaes


Entry is free for both attractions but there are still ways to spend money so be prepared to bring some change. Both offer a train ride at a charge and both have tempting ice-cream selections. To find out more visit their websites: The Ginger Factory
The Big Pineapple.

2) Outdoor Movies (Various Locations)

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Don't forget the rug


To save some coin why not opt to bring the kids to an outdoor cinemas, cheaper than the movies and dare I say, even cooler, just make sure to bring a gold coin donation, some snacks, plus a rug/chair. For session times head here.

3) The Rollerdrome (Caloundra)

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Perfect activity for any weather


In the warmer months the Rollerdrome becomes an ice-skating rink but the rest of the time it's open for good old fashion skating. A session will set you back between $5 - $15 and will happily exhaust a couple of hours. You also have the added option to do drop the kids off or hang out in the cafe. Check out their site for more details.

So there you go, my top budget-friendly picks for keeping the kids entertained over the school break. If you enjoyed this article please subscribe to more of my articles below.
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Why? Ideas for families on a budget
When: During the school holidays
Where: Sunshine Coast
Cost: Various
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