Local Reviews – Places, Activities and Events

Play School Prince of Bears 2017

There's a bear in there, and a chair as well.  There are people with games, and stories to tell.  Open wide.  Come inside.  It's Play School.I think you would be hard pressed to find a child or adult that cannot... Read More


Treetops walks near Brisbane you must try!

Where can you tiptoe through the treetops and still be within an hour of Brisbane? There’s two day trip options for those that are wanting glorious views, calming bird song and plenty of fresh rainforest air. This weekend, bundle your kids into the car with a picnic lunch, and enjoy some time out in nature with …

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Marvel Exhibition Brisbane

The Gallery of Modern Art is hosting the largest ever Marvel exhibition in an art museum in the world. It is a collection, a celebration and indeed a marvel of all the greatest costumes, ideas, characters and storylines to come out of the Marvel Franchise. Over 500 objects feature in the exhibition, with over 60 …

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10 things you must see at the World Science Festival Brisbane

Brisbane is the only Australian city to be hosting the 2017 World Science Festival, exclusively offering five days of discovery, exploration and entertainment for Brisbane families. With a range of free and ticketed events, including the opportunity for kids to interact with the world’s leading scientists, here’s 10 festival highlights you won’t want to miss: …

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Sugar Spin: You, Me, Art and Everything @ GOMA

This summer GOMA turns 10 and until April it is celebrating this milestone with an explosion of colour and masterful eccentricity as it opens its doors and adorns its every being with over 250 large-scale works from renowned artists – both local and international.  This impressive collection, titled Sugar Spin, is not just a celebration of …

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HRAFNHILDUR ARNARDÓTTIR Mirror Mirror – Children’s Art Centre @ GOMA

This summer GOMA turns 10 and to celebrate this milestone the gallery has opened its doors and every inch of its floor and wall spaces to an eccentric, contemporary and colourful display of more than 250 works from renowned local and international artists.  ‘Sugar Spin, You, ME and Everything’ is the name of this impressive collection and …

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What to expect at a Peppa Pig Playdate | The Review

THIS SHOW IS NOW FINISHED The Brisbane Convention and Exhibition Centre is about to be taken over by Peppa Pig and a gaggle of youngsters for the new and interactive Peppa Pig Playdate. Fans of the award-winning animated show – Peppa Pig – will love this unique play experience that features life-size Peppa Pig characters, and …

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Physics Observatory at QUT The Cube – The Review

After the excitement of Christmas has faded and toys have been played with, you and your Brisbane kids will likely be looking for something different to do in January. As a parent, you might think of physics as that hard science subject you dropped when it came to senior. If so, Physics Observatory at QUT …

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GOMA Summer Festival For Families 2016/17

The Gallery of Modern Art is turning 10, which is significant for families of Brisbane because it is an opportunity to highlight all the things we think you should see over the Summer holidays at GOMA. It is full to the brim of free, family friendly art activities designed to bring out the child in all of …

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The Wild State Gallery, Queensland Museum – The Review

We say it all the time.  How very fortunate our Brisbane Kids are to grow up where they do.  But do they (or we for that matter) really understand and appreciate in full just how diverse and unique this land we are lucky enough to call our home really is?   Do you, for instance, know …

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Indoor Skydiving For Families, Gold Coast

If your child dreams of being able to fly like a superhero, you can make their wish come true at iFly indoor skydiving at Surfers Paradise on the Gold Coast. Indoor Skydiving is a new action sport that’s safe for kids, exciting for teens and challenging for adults.  Children aged three years and up can learn flying skills …

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Virtual Reality And Interactive Cinema In Redcliffe

There are a number of 3D and 4D cinemas in the Brisbane area, but now Redcliffe can boast about its newly opened 7D cinema – Redcliffe Dimensions! Local family, the Thompsons, have brought the 7D cinematic experience to the peninsula after discovering the concept in California when on a family holiday. What can I expect from …

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Gazillion Bubble Show – THE REVIEW

PLEASE NOTE :THIS SHOW IS NOW FINISHED Gazillion Bubble Show at Out of the Box festival The Gazillion Bubble Show is showing at Brisbane’s Out of the Box festival from 23rd to 27th June 2016. How is it that the mere sight of a bubble, drifting gracefully through the air, can so easily and unconsciously …

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The Alley Cafe, Everton Park – Reviewed

Nestled within the school grounds of Northside Christian College is an oasis for parents, in the form of The Alley Cafe. This unassuming cafe offers a place for tired parents to get their much-needed caffeine hit, while children burn off some energy in the well-equipped and fenced playground. Getting to The Alley Cafe To reach the cafe, drive …

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Charlie Moreland Camping Area, Imbil State Forest Reviewed

Camping at Charlie Moreland camping area This leafy camp ground, located in the Imbil State Forest, is approximately a two hour drive from Brisbane. Set in a grassy, open forest, close to Little Yabba Creek and native pine plantations, it makes a picturesque spot to pitch a tent. The camp ground is made up of …

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Swamp Juice @ The Ipswich Art Gallery | The Review

My only previous experience with shadow puppets is from my childhood when we would make them on the living room wall using flash lights during black outs, so I had no idea shadow plays could be so wonderfully captivating. Settling in to watch Swamp Juice at the Ipswich Art Gallery with no expectations meant this …

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Fort Lytton, A Brisbane Kids Review

You don’t need to travel to Europe to see a historic military fort – Brisbane has its very own coastal fortress, Fort Lytton, complete with a water-filled moat for you to visit. Situated on the Brisbane River, Fort Lytton is a fascinating landmark to explore with your Brisbane Kids. A visit to Fort Lytton can …

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Learn about the people, places and stories of our city at The Museum of Brisbane

The Museum of Brisbane is located on top of Brisbane City Hall off King George Square, and it holds a significant place in the hearts of Brisbane residents. It’s an iconic symbol of Brisbane’s heart – where locals along with interstate and international visitors can discover and explore the people, places and stories of Brisbane …

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Day Out With Thomas at the Workshops Museum | The Review

Throughout January, the Workshops Museum in Ipswich is transformed into a Thomas and Friends extravaganza, sure to delight young fans. The Day Out With Thomas 2016 is the biggest event of the year at the Workshops Museum in Ipswich, running from Boxing Day until 31st January 2016, with an array of activities aimed at entertaining the youngsters …

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The Myer Christmas Parade and Pantomime 2015 | The Review

THIS EVENT IS NOW FINISHED. This year’s Myer Christmas Parade and Pantomime is packed full of fun for all the family to get everyone in the Christmas spirit! The parade starts at the Edward Street end of Queen Street Mall at 6.30pm, and passes the throngs of Christmas shoppers as it heads up the mall …

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Child Friendly Cafe in Paddington, Chocolate Orange On Latrobe

There’s not a lot of child-friendly eating establishments in inner-city Brisbane, which makes Chocolate Orange on Latrobe a welcome addition to our list of family friendly cafes. Even better, they offer a delicious menu, friendly service, and toys to keep the little ones happy so you can sit and sip your coffee, instead of gulping it …

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Tropical Fruit World, Gold Coast

The Gold Coast is home to many unique attractions, including Tropical Fruit World in the Tweed region, not far from Kingscliff beach. Tropical Fruit World is a working farm which grows more than 500 varieties of exotic fruits over 175 acres. It’s also a popular tourist attraction with plenty of activities on offer for families. Things …

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Carnival of the Animals | Brisbane January 2016 – A review

THIS SHOW HAS NOW FINISHED QPAC presents Circa – Carnival of the Animals as part of QPAC’s SummerSet in January 2016. CIRCA – CARNIVAL OF THE ANIMALS Get ready to be amazed these school holidays as the internationally celebrated circus company, Circa,  take to the stage in a physical theatre spectacular full of energy, tumbles, …

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Rescue – become a hero at Brisbane’s Sciencentre

PLEASE NOTE: THIS EVENT IS NOW FINISHED. The Sciencecentre at South Brisbane is one of those places that you have to visit at least once with your Brisbane Kids. There is so much for kids of all ages to experience in their permanent and interactive exhibitions, as well as their daily science shows. However, it …

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The Master Institute – Skill Building in Management of Anger Workshop | The Review

Recently, I was fortunate enough to be invited to experience one of the Master Institute’s workshops for parents of children aged 5 to 11 years. With a feisty almost 6 year old of my own, I was pleased to learn that the selected course for me to attend was one that covered managing children that …

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Sticks, Stones, Broken Bones @ The Ipswich Art Gallery: THE REVIEW

THIS SHOW HAS NOW FINISHED. When asked to review the latest offering by the Ipswich Art Gallery this week there was very little hesitation in my mind that my children would be in for a treat of some sort.  Coupled with the fact that this gallery has always been high on my list of places …

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Art On The Wild Side @ Children’s Art Centre: The Review

THIS EXHIBITION HAS NOW CLOSED. If you and your Brisbane Kids are exploring GOMA these school holidays then make sure you pop in to the Children’s Art Centre where their latest exhibition, Art on The Wild Side, is currently being presented.  Designed to explore how artists use animals to share different ideas and experiences there …

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Playgrounds at South Bank Parklands

South Bank Parklands, in Brisbane’s CBD is effectively one giant playground for kids of all sizes and abilities. Streets Beach, Aquativity Water Park and Picnic Island Playground are just some of the popular attractions within South Bank Parklands. And now there is a brand new playground – Riverside Green Playground – for locals and tourists …

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Ocean View Estate – Family Friendly Winery And Restaurant

Fancy a drive through the beautiful countryside, a gourmet picnic hamper overlooking a rural vineyard and a glass of wine in your hand as you watch your Brisbane Kids roll down a big grassy hill, over and over again? This heavenly place exists just 45km from Brisbane at Ocean View Estate Winery (near the township …

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Brisbane’s best locations for family photos

Being a mum and the wife of photographer means I am acutely aware of how much we treasure photos of our family. I also appreciate just how hard it can seem to get nice photos. We shoot our photography sessions on location, which means we either come to your house or meet you somewhere in …

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Walking With Dinosaurs | Brisbane Kids Review

PLEASE NOTE THIS SHOW HAS NOW FINISHED.  Walking with Dinosaurs has quite the reputation for being an impressive stage show for kids but even I was not prepared for the experience that would, (in my sons words) blow his mind! Thanks to Visa Entertainment we were invited to head along to the Easter Sunday showing …

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Monster Slide Brisbane

Please note: This event is now finished. New Note 26.3.15 THIS EVENT WAS NOT APPROVED BY COUNCIL AND HAS BEEN CANCELLED. YIKES! email email [email protected] with proof of purchase to get a refund.  Note: This  Monster Slide event is still in approval stages according to Council. We have received a number of emails regarding this. According to …

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Horrible Histories Live – Barmy Britain | The Review

PLEASE NOTE THIS SHOW IS NO LONGER SHOWING IN BRISBANE.  Anyone with school-aged children into watching ABC 3 at the moment is guaranteed to know all about Horrible Histories. For those who haven’t heard about it though, it’s a look at the history of Britain that’s gross and disgusting, and kids LOVE IT!! It’s a …

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Bay Play Centre – The Review

Indoor play centre.  Three beautiful, almost melodic, words that are the source of much happiness when mentioned to any exhausted parent or restless child.  And it’s not hard to see why.  Peek into one at any given time and you are sure to be met with a clash of two worlds blending harmoniously together.  The loud happy …

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FAMILY FRIENDLY CRICKET IN BRISBANE WITH THE BIG BASH

Proudly Sponsored by Nuffnang and Cricket Australia CRICKET HAS HISTORY FOR EVERYONE I have fond memories of my childhood, sitting in the old wooden stands at The Gabba watching the First Test of an Ashes series with my Grandpa; a man who played, lived and breathed cricket his whole life, and who would visit us …

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The Best Icecream and Gelato Shops in Brisbane

Brisbane is extremely lucky to have an exuberance of ice creameries, the very tropical weather we experience daily calls for them to be abundant throughout our city. There is nothing quite like an ice cold creamy ice cream on a Summer’s day…actually who doesn’t indulge in ice cream goodness all year round!? We’ve put together …

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Movie World’s White Christmas – A magical evening for Brisbane Kids

Tiny mouths gaping open in wonder, little legs jumping up and down with excitement and choruses of “ooh” and “aah” are some of the best memories you’ll take away from Warner Bros. Movie World’s White Christmas. Brisbane Kids got a sneak peak at this year’s event which transforms the theme park into a winter wonderland …

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Brisbane Kids’ Chocolate Tour of Brisbane

Money can’t buy happiness, but it can buy chocolate! You will be amazed at the number of child-friendly chocolate shops and cafes in our city and surrounds — so why not take your Brisbane Kid on a chocolate tour of Brisbane? Here are some of the top places you could choose from: Mayfield Chocolates, Spring Hill Mayfield …

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Walking With Dinosaurs- The Arena Spectacular @ Brisbane Entertainment Centre | Boondall

Please note: This event is now finished. Presented By Global Creatures, Walking With Dinosaurs: The Arena Spectacular is returning to the Entertainment Centre in early April 2015. Walking With Dinosaurs: The Arena Spectacular Walking With Dinosaurs: The Arena Spectacular is an amazingly life-like dinosaur experience. Based on the award winning BBC series, Walking With Dinosaurs, the show …

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Built For Speed: Ipswich Art Gallery | THE REVIEW

THIS EXHIBITION HAS NOW FINISHED. It is hard to tell who is having more fun, the little kids or the “big kids”, but shouts of “I made it!” and “That was so cool” are bouncing all around the Ipswich Art Gallery. This amazing exhibition is all about how to create the best, fastest, most awesome …

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DELI2GO drive thru deli at the Rosalie Gourmet Market | The Review

So, we’ve all been there … You want a quick coffee but you have a carful of kids to contend with; you have nothing in for dinner but don’t want to feed your family unhealthy fast food; you need a few groceries but can’t face another checkout meltdown at the supermarket; you have people coming …

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Wet’n’Wild’s newest attractions for younger kids | Wet’n’Wild Junior

Brisbane’s summer hotspot, Wet‘n’Wild has never been better! The Gold Coast Tourist Attraction recently opened an area specifically for kids under 10 year of age, aptly named Wet‘n’Wild Junior. This kids’ waterpark within the theme park is so jam-packed with awesome age appropriate rides, slides and pools that your Brisbane Kids will stay entertained all …

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Public Transport in Brisbane with Kids

Most Brisbane Kids are thrilled by the idea of a ride on a train, bus or ferry – often the destination is irrelevant! If it’s been a while since you’ve taken public transport, we’ve covered everything you need to know to ensure you have a smooth ride on public transport in Brisbane with kids. Timetables …

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Is Movie World on the Gold Coast a Great Theme Park for Toddlers- YES!

When it comes to theme parks to visit in Queensland with your toddler, it’s easy to assume that there’s not much on offer for toddler and pre-school aged children, but Movie World is there to prove you wrong! There is just so much at Movie World to entertain toddlers—in fact, there is an entire section …

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The House of Magic | The Review

The House of Magic is an animated, family adventure film from renowned 3D filmmakers Ben Stassen and Jeremy Degruson. It runs for 85 minutes and is rated G for General Admission, with some scary scenes. The House of Magic – The Plot When a young and very cute ginger cat gets abandoned, he’s all alone …

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Planes: Fire and Rescue | The Review

As the school holidays draw near, the latest kid flicks are being released – among them, Planes: Fire and Rescue, a superior 3D sequel to Planes. Planes, despite its success at the box office, received mediocre reviews from most critics. However, this latest offering from Walt Disney Studios is sure to please Brisbane Kids with …

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Shapland Swim Schools | THE REVIEW

For Chris Shapland, franchisor of Brisbane’s Shapland Swim Schools, teaching children to swim is much more than a job, it is a way of life. Following in the footsteps of his parents and grandfather, at just nine years of age, Chris began working alongside his mother and father to help teach others to swim. “My …

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The Hundred Foot Journey | Film Review

As a parent, my definition of a good film is one where I feel like I have escaped for a few hours to another world; the piles of washing, bills to be paid and bickering children are momentarily forgotten. The Hundred Foot Journey, due to be released in Brisbane on 14 August 2014, is such …

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Redcliffe Musical Theatre’s The Wizard of Oz | THE REVIEW

Live at the Redcliffe Cultural Centre on Brisbane’s north-side, The Wizard of Oz burst on stage on Friday 25th July 2014. In this live performance, with music and lyrics based on the MGM Motion Picture score from the original motion picture starring Judy Garland, the Redcliffe Musical Theatre has created an awe-inspiring telling of L. …

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Passiontree Velvet in Carindale | A Family High Tea Affair

Anyone who knows me knows that I have a not-so-secret love affair with the occasion that is the High Tea.  I can’t actually put my finger on what it is exactly that evokes this strong desire in me – maybe it’s the miniature delicacies mixed together with the welcoming aroma of a huge range of …

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Carnival of the Animals – Out of the Box 2014 | THE REVIEW

Are you looking for a WOW moment for your Brisbane Kid? Or an event they will remember and treasure as one of their fondest childhood memories? The Out of the Box Children’s Festival 2014 presents the world premiere of Carnival of the Animals; a spellbinding and mesmerising performance from the Brisbane based Circa company. Carnival …

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Café Lagarto in Samford | THE REVIEW

Take a short country drive north-west of Brisbane to Samford, and you’ll discover a vibrant village with inviting parks, cafés, shops and a small museum to keep your Brisbane Kids entertained. Child-friendly café in Samford One of Samford’s best kept secrets can be found just outside the village on Mount Glorious Road, in the Samford …

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The Great Queensland Week Adventure Trail | THE REVIEW

PLEASE NOTE THAT THIS EVENT HAS NOW FINISHED. What do triceratops’ poo, the Avian Cirrus biplane and humpback whales have in common? They were just three of the answers needed to complete The 2014 Great Queensland Week Adventure Trail. This annual event is the conclusion to a week of festivities that celebrate all things Queensland …

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Is Costco in Brisbane Worth Going To?

After years of rumours followed by months of anticipation, finally Queensland has its very first Costco! But with a $60 annual membership ($55 for ABN holders) we all must ask ourselves, is it really worth it for my family? Is Costco North Lakes worth the membership fee? First impressions: Now that the initial hype is …

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Yayoi Kusama’s Brisbane Obliteration Room at GOMA for kids

PLEASE NOTE THAT THIS EXHIBITION HAS NOW CLOSED. Conceptual art installations and toddlers might not seem like an obvious fit, but the obliteration room at GOMA is the ultimate exercise in accessible art. It’s also one room you’ll be delighted to watch your kids ‘obliterate’. The installation by Japanese artist Yayoi Kusama opened this weekend …

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Santo’s Super 3 Extreme Drag Race at Willowbank Raceway This Easter!

For many of us, the four day long-weekend gifted to us over Easter is the perfect time to have a break, eat some eggs and, most importantly, spend some quality time with our family and friends. Most people assume this means quiet time by the beach or at home but time with the family doesn’t …

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Our Dreaming: Animating Country @ State Library Queensland | The Review

PLEASE NOTE THIS EXHIBITION HAS NOW CLOSED. The undercover lobby area of the State Library is a flurry of activity: school holidays have hit and mums across Brisbane are packing strollers and lunches in their cars and hitting Brisbane up for the best it can offer. Mr 6, Mr 4 and I step through the …

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Squaring the Wheel: Ipswich Art Gallery THE REVIEW

THIS SHOW HAS NOW FINISHED There is a mixture of excitement and anticipation in the air as I enter the darkened, classroom-sized room.  Little and big bodies are moving around each other as they eagerly find a spare “seat” on the cushion-covered floor and the not-so-hushed voices of the young bounce around the room in …

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What they don’t tell you about playgroup

Parents, carers and their children gathered all over Australia last week, to celebrate National Playgroup Week. In Brisbane, families with children from birth to five years connected at the World’s Biggest Playgroup Day at the Queensland Performing Arts Centre for a free concert by Play School personality Jay Laga’aia. If you’ve ever wondered what you can …

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Angelina Ballerina: The Mousical!

It is only 9:00am on a Wednesday morning and yet as I start to ascend the stairs that lead into QPAC theatre I am greeted not with the air of decorum and class that is usually associated with this great centre, but with a flurry of tiny bodies, frills, tutu’s and ribbons – the air …

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Chitty Chitty Bang Bang | A Fantasmagorical Experience

As a child I loved watching family musicals. Our VHS copies of the ‘classics’ (for my generation, anyway) like the Sound of Music, Mary Poppins and Annie were VERY well worn. My cousins, sister and I would re-enact musical scenes, playing the Von Trapp children semi-regularly. I can even tell you where the ad breaks …

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Ipswich Art Gallery for Kids | Construction Site The Review

THIS EXHIBITION IS NOW CLOSED Ipswich Art Gallery’s new exhibition “Construction Site” is the most amazing and wonderful children’s exhibition perfect for Brisbane Kids of all ages.  We spent a morning here enthralled and delighted all while designing and building in a truly authentic hands on art experience. This is a ‘hands’ on authentic art activity …

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Family Friendly Car Show in Brisbane at Archerfield Speedway – A Review

On a warm spring night we set out to the Archerfield Speedway to watch Monster Trucks and cars race round a dirt track. What a night out!! Before we could see the track we could hear the cars warming up, thundering around the speedway, their engines growling.    The atmosphere was electric with fans of all …

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Brisbane Art for Kids with The Gordon Hookey Kangaroo Crew exhibit

The Gordon Hookey Kangaroo Crew exhibit is now on at GOMA  and will be until Janurary 2014- however we took advantage of the Ekka Show holiday to check it out. As can be expected from the centre, there was plenty to entertain and educate. The theme of course is everything ’roo’, with activities focused on …

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Top 10 Reasons to go to the Pine Rivers Show

Please note: This article was written in 2013 and may no longer provide accurate information.  An annual regional exhibition now in its 109th year, the Pine Rivers Show just gets bigger and better every year. Held across the first weekend of August, the Pine Rivers Show boasts all of the allures we have come to …

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Six wonderful reasons your kids will remember the Ekka forever

If you were born and raised in Brisbane, you will probably have fond memories of trips to the Ekka as a child. Whether you religiously went with your family each year, your school class had an Ekka excursion once, your doting grandparents took you and spoiled you with showbags, or you went to the Ekka …

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Brisbane High Tea Places

There is something about putting on a very lady-like frock, slipping on some heels and heading out during the day with the girls that brings a flutter of excitement to most women – and no, I am not talking about the races.  Add to that a glass or two of bubbly, some insanely tiny sandwiches, …

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Family Packages Available At The 2017 Ekka | What Are They and How Will They Save You Money?

The Ekka can make for an amazing (albeit hectic!) day out with your Brisbane Kids and family. More than ever, it really pays to plan your Ekka trip in advance, with pre-purchased and family tickets saving you money on the day. We’re giving you the lowdown on the best value deals for families. Online Verses …

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Chitty Chitty Bang Bang is soaring into Brisbane!

Please note: This show is no longer showing in Brisbane. Chitty Chitty Bang Bang the musical is finally soaring into the Lyric Theatre, QPAC later this year! For over four years, Chitty Chitty Bang Bang has enthralled audiences in the UK, holding the Guinness World record for the most expensive stage prop in British theatre …

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Play School Concerts | Various Venues

Please note: This show is no longer showing in Brisbane. Check website for times and venues closest to you. Tickets prices start at $16.50 Come and join the Play School party for a dance and sing-a-long with Big Ted and the gang. They will be singing all of your favourite songs including Wheels On The …

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Reverse Garbage | Brisbane activities for Kids

Looking for an unforgettable experience that channels your child’s creativity whilst inspiring a wonderful learning experience in Environmental resourcefulness?   Reverse Garbage is an emporium of reusable items that will thrill. “Teaching kids how to reuse trash in creative ways is the essence of the Reverse Garbage eco-art workshop program.”  Reverse Garbage runs regular workshops to …

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Where to find a Kindergym in Brisbane

Brisbane Kindergyms are a popular way to build your pre-school or toddler’s confidence through early gymnastics and dance. The activities your child will participate in will help to develop their dexterity, hand and eye coordination and general sense of self as they learn and use a range of movements. Kindergym has been growing rapidly in …

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Tiny Tots Programs at the Brisbane PCYC

The Police Citizens and Youth Club (PCYC) is an organisation that facilitates participation in recreational programs with the aims of improving the lives of the individual members and of developing the local community. There are forty-seven PCYC branches throughout Queensland. Each club has a different range of activities…pilates, basketball, gymnastics and of course Tiny Tots! Really any …

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Child Friendly Shopping Review | Indooroopilly Shopping Town

My 2 year old loves Bob the Builder to the extent that car trips are measured by the number of times I hear the Bob the Builder theme song on repeat rather than the odometer reading.  As such, we make regular visits to Indooroopilly Shopping Centre (= 2.5 Bob the Builder theme songs) to visit …

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Top 10 Child Friendly Cafes in Brisbane

Top 10 child friendly cafes in Brisbane If you think your days of having a coffee at a great cafe are over now that you have kids- think again. There are more and more places around Brisbane that are not only welcoming  you and your kids, but are making an effort to keep them entertained …

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The Top 10 Reasons to go to the Pregnancy, Babies and Children’s Expo

The Top 10 Reasons to go to the Pregnancy, Babies and Children’s Expo You can download a FREE adult ticket from the website: http://www.pbcexpo.com.au/brisbane/brisbane-ticket/ Visit the Kidsafe Queensland FREE child car restraint vehicle checking bays, located on street level at the entrance to parking outside the front of Hall 3. Look for the Kidsafe Marquee and banners. Try before you …

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Dora the Explorer | Brisbane | 2012

Dora the Explorer | Brisbane | 2012 AUSTRALIA’S FAVOURITE FAMILY SHOW IS TOURING IN 2012! June in Brisbane NICK JR.’s DORA THE EXPLORER LIVE! SEARCH FOR THE CITY OF LOST TOYS Dora the Explorer is coming to Brisbane to search for the city of the lost toys! Poor Dora has lost her teddy bear and …

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Toddler Activities at the Gallery of Modern Art

Toddler Activities at the Gallery of Modern Art Brisbane Activities for Toddlers- the Creative Way Written by Brisbane Mum Sara- If you wish to submit a review then email me [email protected] The Gallery of Modern Art is brilliant. Brisbane is so lucky to have it, and for free! Its so accessible, you can drive, train, …

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Dinosaur Petting Zoo | Redcliffe

Dinosaur Petting Zoo | Redcliffe Yes you read right- a show that is a virtual petting zoo… for dinosaurs.. What is claimed to be one of the most amazing puppet shows! A unique performance that allows lots of interaction between Brisbane Kids and the dinosaurs. You can expect a variety of dinosaurs with kids having …

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The Gruffalos Child 18 Feb

The Gruffalos Child The Gruffalos Child is returning to Redlands Performing Arts Centre for the enjoyment of all Brisbane Families. With music and entertaining puppetry that will bring the classic novel to life this will be show that will delight your Brisbane Kids. 3 shows during the day on Sat the 18th Feb 2012. The …

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The Wiggles @ QPAC

The Wiggles @ QPAC If you are a fan of the return of the original yellow wiggle then you are going to love that the Wiggles are coming to QPAC. Tickets go on sale Feb 14th. This is a show about celebrating the return of Greg and you can expect to be entertained by many …

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The Brisbane Wheel for Kids

The Wheel of Brisbane for Kids If you have been to Southbank then no doubt you will have seen the Wheel of Brisbane with the big 7 on the front. This is something your Brisbane Kids probably point out every time you head over the Riverside Expressway- because you just can’t miss it! How much …

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Dorothy the Dinosaur Brisbane Show Dec’11

Go along to your local venue and check out everyone’s favourite prehistoric lady, Dorothy the Dinosaur. Dorothy the Dinosaur is going to meet Santa Claus in this entertaining story that will see Dorothy the Dinosaur, Elves, Captain Feather Sword, Wags the Dog and Henry the Octopus rock to all your favourite Christmas songs! Dorothy enchants with …

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Aquativity at South Bank Parklands | Water-play for the whole family

South Bank Parklands Aquativity area offers hours of water-play fun for Brisbane Kids of all ages. Aquativity The Fun Throughout human history we have been fascinated with the power of water from its life-giving properties, to its graceful beauty, to the pure joy derived from splashing around in a flowing river. At South Bank Parklands, …

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The Top 10 Dessert Places in Brisbane

We asked you for your thoughts on the best places in Brisbane for you to get icecream and desserts for you and your Brisbane Kids and this is what you told us (in no particular order)- if you know of one that isn’t on this list or anything that has changed then please let us …

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