If you’ve got kids under 5 you must check out the little days out series held every Thursday at South Bank Parklands.
Brisbane parents rejoice – your youngest offspring can take part in a series of free kids’ workshops in the tranquil South Bank Parklands. The Little Days Out workshops include fun activities for all interests and skill levels including sport, music, painting, collaging, storytelling, science experiments and so much more.
Little Days Out facilitator Dean Stensness says there’s really something for every kid in the series.
“The tailored LDO adventure menu ranges from making kites to planting carrots to crafting scarecrows,” Dean says. “Run on Thursdays between 9am and 1pm, youngsters and their guardians can explore new tasks and skills in a friendly environment, coming and going as they please.”
And it’s not just something for the kids – parents can revel in the parkland gardens in spring, then grab a coffee from one of South Bank’s many cafes to help keep up with their littlies.
Dean says the events offer a professional approach in safe outdoor settings and provides a wonderful catalyst for play-based learning. Bookings are not required.
“There’s so much on the calendar for September and beyond that I myself would struggle to choose which activities to do first!” he says.