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School Holiday Activities for Tweens

Parents, looking for something to keep your 'tween'agers busy these school holidays? Give them this list and let them do the planning!

1. Spend a Day on the Reef

Grab your snorkel set and head out to the reef. Spot turtles and manta rays at Lady Elliot and Lady Musgrave Islands and, if you're lucky, you might even see whales playing.


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2. Catch Some Waves

There are so many beautiful beaches in the Bundaberg North Burnett region from Neilson Park surf beach to the secluded Woodgate Beach. You can find your perfect beach here.


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3. Stop for a Scoop of Gelato

Grab a scoop or two from Alowishus Delicious' incredible range of gelato with your friends. In Childers? Why not head to the home of Mammino Gourmet Ice-Cream for a treat.


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4. Catch the Latest Cinematic Masterpiece

Head over to the Moncrieff Entertainment Centre after your gelato stop and catch up on the latest flicks and live entertainment.

5. Strike Out at Bundy Bowl and Leisure

Get competitive with your friends at Bundy Bowl and Leisure with a game of ten-pin and some laser tag.


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6. Spend your Summer Job Money

Finally buy that item you've been saving for at Hinkler Central Shopping Centre or see what's happening in their events calendar.

7. Catch Up with your Friends on Friday Night

Got a sleepover planned? Why not start the night at Riverfeast with your friends? Try a wood-fired pizza or a donut waffle cone!

8. Embrace the Local Art Scene

Put on your art smock and get inspired as you explore the local art scene.


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9. Get Moving at the YMCA

Go for a game of tennis, sign-up for a social team sport or get moving at a group fitness class these school holidays!

10. Explore 1770 by Kayak

Convince your parents to take you for a drive to the beautiful coastal twin towns of Agnes Waters and 1770. Enjoy a guided kayak tour, or hire a stand-up paddle board and go exploring on your own with 1770 Liquid Adventures.


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