With the April school holidays fast approaching, Central Coast Council has developed a jam-packed program of online and face-to-face activities and events.
Parents, carers and guardians can head to the School Holidays What’s On page on Council’s website to see what’s taking place. There’s something on offer for all ages, interests and abilities, from heritage tours, live entertainment and escape rooms to sports challenges, Easter crafts and skills workshops.
Gosford, Toukley, The Entrance and Wyong town centres will host a variety of interactive activities and workshops as part of Council’s Social Spaces event.
Families can head to Memorial Park and Waterfront Plaza at The Entrance on Easter Saturday to meet a roving giant Easter bunny.
Council will hold pop-up dining experiences to light up communal spaces across the four town centres, with live entertainment, an array of dinner options and a vibrant atmosphere.
At Council’s libraries, kids can get involved in activities designed to activate young minds.
They can explore robotics with Ozobots, enter the world of tabletop gaming with Paints of War, challenge family and friends playing a selection of board games, decorate a skateboard deck, create colourful pictures using a simple sand art technique, or get their hands dirty by creating their own unique papier-mache bowl.
Council’s Youth Services and local youth providers are also running events and workshops to help young people build skills, explore their passions, connect and be inspired in celebration of National Youth Week.
There will be something for all ages, interests and abilities, from a skate and scooter competition to robotics workshops and live-streaming the first Central Coast Youth Week Awards.
Visit centralcoast.nsw.gov.au/schoolholidays for more details and bookings.
For youth activities, visit centralcoast.nsw.gov.au/youthweek2022
For pop-up dining, visit lovecentralcoast.com/socialspaces
For library school holiday programs, visit centralcoast.nsw.gov.au/libraries/whats-on.
Verified information source: Media release, Apr 7, 2022, Central Coast Council