Our team have hand-picked their favourite family friendly experiences to enjoy at home.
Created by artists from Australia and afar, these activities and theatre performances are sure to bring a bit of brightness into your day.
We’ll release a new top picks for families every fortnight. Keep an eye out for more inspiration.
Listen to the award-winning North Children’s Choir, go on a journey through the sounds of the seasons on special Aboriginal land and celebrate Christmas with Rhonda Burchmore and The Jack Earle Big Band.
Indigenous language lullabies, online fairy tales with a twist and behind the scenes with the Sydney Opera House – there’s plenty on offer for little ones to enjoy online.
Our friends at Melbourne Fringe Festival have curated a special program of new and experimental work for (and with) the littlest among us, empowering children to be the decision-makers about what comes next. Pack your play-lunch, ditch the sandpit and explore all things Fringe!
This week we’re celebrating Children’s Week 2020, a national celebration recognising the talents, skills, achievements and rights of children. This year’s theme celebrates the right of all children to choose their own friends and safely connect with others.
Jam online with Footscray Community Arts Centre, hear stories from budding writers, explore the great outdoors with Abbotsford Convent and more.
Get up and dancing with Move it Mob Style, listen to inclusive tunes from KLP and Matt Okine, or log off and take the whole family on a Feather Quest.
As school holidays approach, dive into activities from some of our favourite arts organisations. Watch a special performance of There’s a Sea in My Bedroom from Sydney Opera House and Australian Chamber Orchestra, listen to a reading of Roald Dahl’s The Twits, blast off into outer space with the MSO and more.
Have Friday fun with The Listies, go on a musical journey around the world with the Sydney Youth Orchestras, or dive into colouring activities inspired by Koorie culture.
Spend afternoons at home getting creative with these imagination sparking activities! Dive into artistic play, hop on zoom and dance with the Rawcus Ensemble and read stories where you’re the main character.
Sing along with Victorian Opera, learn tricks from talented acrobats and go on a DIY scavenger hunt with these at-home activities from some of our favourite artists.
Watch heart-warming production Ruby’s Wish, dive into creative play with WOW Festival and Patch Theatre or hit the lounge room dancefloor to make up your own signature moves!
Dive into creative activities with your family these school holidays. From trying your hand at juggling, to learning the art of book making, stay creative this winter!
This week we’re making puppets, watching the tale of Anansi the Spider, listening to Kinderling radio’s guided meditation and performing our very own theatre shows at home!
In our latest picks kids become the artists! Make music with the MSO, give poetry a try, learn African drumming, dive into an international art project or watch award-winning children’s theatre.
David Walliams talk about imagination, enjoy story time with Grug, create a world of shadow puppets and snuggle up on the couch to watch children’s theatre.
Photo: Shane Reid
Run away with the Flying Fruit Fly Circus, get crafty with Polyglot Theatre, laugh with The Listies, see what the Teeny Tiny Stevies have been up to and be immersed in an audio story adventure.