Pack away your arts and crafts kits, Mount Gambier has plenty of activities to keep the kids entertained these school holidays! Here are our top five family-friendly activities for this spring.
1. Chill @ The Track
Enjoy an afternoon of food, music and activities at Mount Gambier’s new Pump Track. This youth event has been organised by the Mount Gambier Library team with support from Rotary Club of Mount Gambier and Headspace. There is no need to book for this event, just turn up and have fun!
Head down into the Valley Lake Precinct and give disc golf a go at the Crater Lakes Disc Golf Course! Disc Golf is a flying disc sport where players throw a disc at a metal basket and is played using rules similar to golf. This is fun for all ages!
Free disc hire is available at the Mount Gambier Visitor Centre.
3. Unlimited fun at the Treehouse Adventure Centre
For epic indoor fun visit the Treehouse Adventure Centre. Let the kids run free with two play structures, climbing walls, inflatables, pedal go-karting, basketball and more! There is something to keep all ages entertained.
Beneath the streets of Mount Gambier you will be amazed what you will find. A geological wonderland awaits. Enjoy a guided tour down into Engelbrecht Cave and learn about the region’s underground water system and the history of the cave. See where qualified cave divers explore the secret tunnels and water filled passages.
Tours will run daily on the hour from 10:00am – 2:00pm during school holidays.
5. Spot koalas at the Valley Lake Conservation Park
Keep your eyes peeled as you wander through the trails in the Valley Lake Conservation Park. Hiding up above in the trees you might spot a local koala taking a nap of having a snack. That won’t be the only animal encounter you will have. The park is home to many wallaby’s, birds and wildlife. Take your time to follow the path and take in the surrounds.
The Valley Lake Conservation Park is located in the Valley Lake Precinct and is open from sunrise to sunset.
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