Autumn 2019 Holidays in Tasmania

If you’re already got your two week holiday organised, have a great time.

If you haven’t had time to think about it yet, or you are feeling a bit blue about not having a great holiday lined up. Check out some of our ideas to inspire you.

 

Waves at the Y – YMCA Hobart have giant inflatable fun at the pool.

 

ASC offer sports coaching programs for 6-16 year olds at day camps through the holidays.

 

Attend coder courses and learn to game design, use python, make movies and more.

 

Go to a Splash Program at the Doone Kennedy Hobart Aquatic Centre.

 

The Holiday Zone is a school holiday program for siblings and children with a disability aged 6-17.

 

Easter Cuisine short course at Kingston yspace.

 

Participate in the following certified courses at yspace Kingston:

  • Senior First Aid,
  • Responsible Serving of Alcohol,
  • Safe Food Handling,
  • Barista.
  • Then create a stand out CV for potential employers.

*Please note that there will be a charges apply.

 

See Kingsborough Councils full holiday program here.

 

See what programs are on at your local PCYC.

 

Check out the Children’s Festival Program at the Tasmanian Museum and Art Gallery.

 

See what activities are on around Devonport Council area over the holidays, from paper making courses to a free citizen science day at Mersey Bluff.

 

Find out what’s on in Burnie.

 

See events happening around Tasmania throughout the holidays.

 

Learn a new skill and start orienteering.

 

Check out the workshops available at Latrobe Arts Hub including Watercolours, Eco Dye and Lantern workshops.

 

 

 

 

 

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