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Get the whole family out of the house this summer weekend with all these fun kid-friendly events. There are heaps to choose from so you’ll definitely find something that the whole family can enjoy!

Tiny Discoverers

Now – Dec 12, State Library of Western Australia

Head over to the State Library to discover all the weird and wonderful treasures that can be found in your very own backyard! They are also giving kids the opportunity to explore real artefacts from WA Museum’s collections as well as teaching them how the museum works with living things.

Animaze: Amazing Animals for Kids

Now – Jan 23, Fremantle Arts Centre

Animaze is Fremantle Art Centre’s first art exhibition just for kids. Filled with lots of amazing art, play spaces, stories and workshops, Animaze is the perfect place to take the kids for some school holiday fun!

Treasures of Shorehaven

Dec 2, Waterfront Park, Alkimos

Get ready for a fun family day out at Treasures of Shorehaven! It’s a FREE event with plenty of live entertainment, carnival rides, games and challenges. There is also heaps of treasure to be found in the big pirate dig. Be sure to come dressed in your best mermaid, fairy or pirate gear!

Ironkids Busselton

Dec 1, Busselton Foreshore

Calling all kids aged 7-13, this your chance to become an IRONKIDS Champion! Get ready to Swim, cycle and run in this fun family friendly race. Parents and kids can get involved together in the family wave or can choose to complete the course solo. Each participant will receive a medal and IRONKIDS T-shirt.

Notre Dame de Paris (The Hunchback of Notre Dame)

Nov 29 & 30; Dec 1 & 2, La Fabrik Perth French Theatre, Wembley

Introduce the kids to the French language with The Hunchback of Notre Dame at La Fabrik de Perth French Theatre. Explore medieval Paris through the story of the cathedral bell-ringer Quasimodo and gypsy, Esmeralda. Please note this play will be performed in French, with English captions displayed above the stage.

Sunflower Sunday

Dec 2, Garvey Park, Ascot

Head down to Garvey Park to take part in an inclusive family fun day to celebrate the International Day of People with Disability celebrations. Expect to see a wide variety of FREE entertainment for people of all ages and abilities including; golf, pony rides, soccer, trampolines, crafts and much more!

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Image Source: Tiny Discoverers – WA Museums, Animaze – Fremantle Arts Centre, Ironkids – Ironman Facebook, Sunflower Sunday – Therapy Focus Facebook, Notre Dame de Paris – Perth French Theatre

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