HOT: The Messy Shed, Factory 4 and 5, 1 Watt Rd, Mornington

The Messy Shed in Mornington is a creative and sensory play experience inside a play centre. It is relocated from its previous location next to The Hungry Peacock in Tyabb. The Messy Shed is every parent and child’s come true. During each 45 minute session kids have fun playing with paint, mud, water and craft materials – and […]

HOT: Baby Sensory Classes, Melbourne

It’s hard to think of things to do with little babies. They do a lot of feeding, sleeping, crying and  I do feel bad sometimes for my six month old that the biggest excitement of the day is lying on his play mat. This is where Baby Sensory classes fit in. They’re a new thing […]

HOT: MSO Jams for Juniors, National Gallery of Victoria, 180 St Kilda Rd, Melbourne

Melbourne Symphony Orchestra have been running their popular Jams for Juniors program for under 5s for many years, but this is their first time to the National Gallery of Victoria. And what a spectacular setting it is for a classical music concert! Originally the concert we are invited to attend is in the Great Hall but […]

HOT: Little Kids’ Day In at Scienceworks, 2 Booker Ave, Spotswood – Giveaway!

Little Kids’ Day In is a special event held approximately each month at Scienceworks and is aimed at kids under five. Scienceworks is popular any day of the week but there’s a special atmosphere for Little Kids’ Day In, with one-off activities and shows amping up the excitement for kids and carers alike. Every month there is […]

HOT: Toddl’Art kids art classes, Footscray Community Arts Centre, 45 Moreland St, Footscray

So many parents spend time wishing they were the creative kind – the kind that sees Mister Maker as a kindred spirit rather than a smarty pants. The truth is, it takes time and effort and not a small amount of talent to be constantly creative. If you’re challenged in any of those areas, you’re […]

HOT: Sitelines: Natasha Johns-Messenger, Heide Art Bubs, Heide Museum of Modern Art, 7 Templestowe Road, Bulleen

The winter season of Heide Museum of Modern Art’s program for babies and toddlers, Heide Art Bubs, is exploring their current temporary exhibition Sitelines: Natasha Johns-Messenger. These popular programs are offered twice a month and are fun and interactive, with the added bonus of a delicious morning tea of toasties and fruit from Café Vue Heide. […]

HOT: Touch and Go, Artplay, Birrarung Marr, Melbourne

Music and masking tape combine to create magic in Touch and Go, a performance experience designed for two-year-old children. The concept is simple – three performers use their bodies, voices, instruments and rolls of masking tape to create a performance piece that is as absorbing for adults as children. The reality is more complex and […]

Hot: 5Rhythms Dance, Footscray Community Arts Centre, 45 Moreland St, Footscray

Footscray Community Arts Centre’s 5Rhythms dance classes transform our instinctive love for rhythm into an amazing opportunity for parents and children to bond in a creative and active way. Music and movement. To me, they go together like  bread and cheese or bacon and eggs – they’re just better together. Our moods can change completely […]

HOT: Australian Museum, 1 William St, Sydney

Australian Museum is Australia’s oldest museum, right in the heart of Sydney’s CBD opposite Hyde Park. If you’re in Sydney with young kids, then it’s a must do – mainly because of the excellent Kidspace for under 5s.   Australian Museum is housed inside a 19th century sandstone and to that extent it provides an […]

HOT: ArtPlay Inside Out, ArtPlay, Birrarung Marr, Melbourne

ArtPlay’s booked workshops are some of our favourite child-friendly activities in the city but they also have an awesome regular program of drop-in play called ArtPlay Inside Out. ArtPlay Inside Out happens every Wednesday and Thursday 10:30-12:30pm (this season, from 2 August to 24 August) and it’s a free space for families to learn, explore and […]

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