Beat the holiday boredom!

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The school holidays are winding down but if you are still looking for activities to keep your kids busy, Go Ducklings have you covered with their comprehensive guide of what’s cool for kids across Logan.

Brush up on your art skills or learn some new ones with an art workshop at Logan City Gallery. There are sessions suitable for a wide range of ages from 3 to 14 years.

Logan City Council’s Krank program is packed with action with events on every single day of the holidays. Make your own clay creations, try dance and circus workshops, learn some new BMX skills, catch a big one at a fishing session or try new foods at a bush tucker workshop – they really have it all.

The Logan City Library is offering much more than books these holidays with story-telling, illustration workshops and book themed craft sessions across the City.

Our shopping centres across Logan are also getting in on the act with heaps of fun things to keep kids of all ages amused. Free flying bird shows, Aboriginal art workshops, farm yard animals and marine life displays are all on offer.

Most activities are free or low cost but some do require bookings. For more information and to see the full list of activities, click here.

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