School holiday activities

Looking for something to do on the school holidays? There is always a wonderful variety of family activities happening in the Moreton Bay region over the school holiday period.

School holiday activities


Super Holiday Activities for Teenagers (SHAFT) program has a range of exciting activities, these are subsidised by council making them more affordable and accessible for students.

SHAFT program

Active Kids Park Sessions

Come along and have some fun on the school holidays; play some games, learn up to eight different sports or get creative and try your hand in the tumbling and bouncing gymnastics program.

Active Kids Region Libraries


Free youth skateboard, scooter and BMX clinics designed for youth aged 5-17. All sessions and events are designed for both beginner riders and more advanced level riders to participate.

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There’s always something happening at the library - find out what’s on during the school holidays. We’ve got film and creative art workshops, great books, craft sessions, shows and performances, information talks, storytimes and more…

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Environmental Adventures

Get outside and enjoy your region - great for school aged children 5 years to 11 years.

Environment activities

Art galleries & museums

See the list of events, activities and workshops (including the school holiday programs) at our art galleries & museums.

Art galleries & museums

Redcliffe Cultural Centre

The cultural centre runs a number of movie sessions during the day (for only $6.00). See events and activities at the cultural centre in our events calendar, under art & culture activities.

Redcliffe cultural centre

What's on calendar

You can check out the complete list of events & activities via our online what's on events calendar! To list your school holiday programs or activities, please complete our add your event form.

Keep informed

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