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Casula Powerhouse – WOW!

After a Covid break of two years (and ignoring the rapidly spreading variants of Omicron), the Casula Powerhouse Art Centre’s Way Out West (WOW) Festival is BACK with a fabulous program in the forthcoming school holidays, including an expanded 7-day program for children and young people. The Casula Powerhouse will be humming with arts, cultural […]

REVIEW: Wolfgang’s Magical Musical Circus – Madness, Mayhem And Mozart at Theatre Royal

BY RENEE LOU DALLOW The Theatre Royal is a cultural icon and is now the venue for another cultural icon, Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart.  Wolfgang’s Magical Musical Circus is culture for kids as well as being energetic, fun and remarkably easy on the eye. They say music soothes the savage beast and so it is with […]

Jessica Rowe launches world-first VR experience at SEA LIFE Aquarium

Media personality Jessica Rowe visited SEA LIFE Aquarium in Sydney today to launch the Kellogg’s Gut Bacteria Reef VR experience. This particular VR experience is a world-first, immersive and educational program that takes viewers down into the gut on a journey to uncover the inner workings of the gut ecosystem for the very first time. With […]

Keeping the kids entertained during lockdown? Here’s what you can do. 

As Greater Sydney hits the middle of our projected lockdown period, many parents are stretching for things to keep the kids busy. It’s no easy task. If you’re working from home, with your kids bouncing around, this might seem almost impossible.  We have a list of some of the best things you can get your […]

REVIEW: Pete The Sheep

Pete The Sheep is another magical production from Monkey Baa Theatre Company. A true Aussie story which portrays the true Aussie spirit. Four actors, wearing an assortment of headgear, play shearers, sheep and dogs. The minimalist set depicts a shearing shed complete with stairs on either side and a viewing platform, with storage space underneath […]

Children’s International Film Festival

The third Children’s International Film Festival (CHIFF) comes to Sydney with a selection of the finest children’s films sourced from the most prestigious children’s film festivals globally. After the socially inept year we’ve all had owing to the COVID-19 pandemic, families will be anticipating quality time out at the movies and this festival has a […]

Kids & Kittens

These school holidays the Cat Protection Society will be opening their doors and allowing kids to interact with some very cute kittens and cats. If you’re hunting for free school holiday entertainment, look no further. “Kids love animals, so we thought that we would help out families this school holidays by opening our doors and […]


Inspired by The Story of Ferdinand, a book by Munroe Leaf and Robert Lawson, is Blue Sky Studio’s family comedy, Ferdinand. Directed by Carlos Saldanha (Rio) alongside an all-star cast of voices including, John Cena, Gina Rodriguez, Kate McKinnon, Anthony Anderson, Peyton Manning and many others. Set in Spain, Ferdinand, a giant bull with a big […]

Darling Harbour Cool Yule Festival

Looking for something cool to do with the kids these school holidays? Get down to Darling Harbour for the return of the epic winter playground, Cool Yule! Even bigger and better than last year, Cool Yule is back by popular demand, returning for its second year running with something to suit everyone and match every […]

Snugglepot & Cuddlepie World Premiere!

Storybook characters Snugglepot and Cuddlepie have been delighting Australian children for almost a century, and kids are still getting a kick out of their bushland adventures and run-ins with the Banksia Men. These July school holidays come down to the Sydney Opera House for a modern adaptation of May Gibbs’ classic stories to delight all ages. […]