1. Children’s Access Workshop by Art Gallery NSW
Date: 11am on the 16th January 2019
Cost: Free (Bookings Required)
Art-making activity for children with specific needs to connect with the sensory materials to express their own creativity in a fun and encouraging way with their families and carers.
2. How Cities Work by Sydney Living Museums
Dates: Now- 21st July 2019
Cost: Under 5s (FREE), Adult ($15) & Child ($12)
An interactive exhibition allowing you to peek, duck and explore the secrets of a working city. There is a chance for you to put on a hard hat and create your ultimate building of the future. This exhibition has been developed in collaboration with illustrator and city fanatic James Gulliver Hancock.
More Information: https://sydneylivingmuseums.com.au/exhibitions/how-cities-work
3. Balance Bike Clinics at Sydney Park
Dates: 11am to 2pm on the 14th, 15th, 16th, 21st, 22nd, 23rd January 2019 & Every Saturday
An interactive class that get families involved in their children’s learning. A range of bounce bike, pedal bike, bike with special assistance and free helmets are available for your child to increase their gross motor development as the gear towards learning how to cycle.
More Information: http://www.sydneycycleways.net/events/categories/courses/balance-bike-clinics/
4. Drop-In Room: Wild About Whales by Australian Museum
Date: 10.30am to 2pm between 2nd – 25th January 2019
Cost: 15 & Under (FREE), Adult ($15)
Join Bundjalung Elder and artist Aunty Karleen Green to weave gawura–nlya (whales) and other creatures using recycled materials including ghost nets and marine debris. You get to take home your creation as you build your awareness on pollution to show your support and learn how to reduce your use.
5. Free Kids Tour at The State Library of NSW
Dates: 11am-12pm on the 14th, 15th, 16th, 17th, 21st & 23rd January 2019
It is your chance to get up close and explore the countless curiosities and wonderous wares as you get to know the stories around the gleaming galleries of Mitchell Library
For more Information, see the State Library’s website here.