School holidays in Brisbane
Looking for things to do and ways to spend your days in Brisbane over the April school holidays? Check out our suggestions for Brisbane City Council parks, venues, events, activities and recreation programs.
If you're a parent or carer, you might want to check out our school holiday activities for kids and teens. You can also find exciting things to do in your community on Council's Facebook Community Events Calendar.
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Visit one of Council's three environment centres to learn more about Brisbane's natural environment.
Did you know that Council libraries have free events, workshops and activities for kids? Find out what's on.
Chillout has an exciting program of fun, active and healthy events for young people up to 17 years old during the school holidays.
Are you over 50 and looking to entertain grandkids these school holidays? If so, come along to one of our GOLD 'n' Kids events.
Visit Victoria Park Golf Complex for a fun round of mini golf with the whole family and enjoy some time in the kids playground.
Looking to do some Easter-themed activities over the school holidays? Check out what's on.
Tour the night sky underneath the Cosmic Skydome, learn about the galaxy and more at Brisbane's Planetarium.
Discover some of Brisbane's wonderful local parks perfect for the whole family to enjoy.
There's always plenty to do at South Bank Parklands to get you and your family out of the house and enjoying the sunshine.
Visit the Brisbane Botanic Gardens, Mt Coot-tha this school holidays. The 56 hectare gardens are open seven days a week.
12-25 year olds can celebrate being young in Brisbane by getting involved in Brisbane Youth Week from 31 March-9 April.
Join in the fun events at Roma Street Parklands including Sprouts in the Park activities, guided walks and the parkland explorer.