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Things to do with your kids this February in Perth



February 2016

New, one-off and free events for kids this month
Welcome to the Secret List. A list of fun things to do with your kids in Perth each month. Why is it a secret? Because if you kids find out about all the things on this list: they will beg you to do everything on it. This month we can breathe a sigh of relief as school goes back but there is still plenty to do with kids of all ages this month.
Kids may drag their feet at the thought of returning to school, but no one can resist a back to school party. Click here for some great party ideas plus lunchbox and breakfast recipes, back-to-school crafts such as personalised notebooks and a homework station and pintable’s including book-covers and a homework calendar.  

Of course, you can just wait for them to go back to school and then throw a party with the other parents. Champagne anyone? When: Monday 1st February Fringe World Fairground While it’s fair to say a lot of the Fringe Festival is suitable for adults only, the Fringe World Fairground located in the new Elizabeth Quay is family friendly and will be open until February 21st. There is plenty to see and do, even if you’re not going to a Fringe show, with rides suitable for toddlers all the way up to thrill seekers. Attractions include a dance floor and roller rink. There is also carnival amusements and food and drink to purchase. When: Open February 1st to 21st, weekdays 3-10.30pm, weekends noon-10.30pm Where: Elizabeth Quay, Perth City Cost: free to enter, rides cost varies Click for more information. Dollicious If you (or your child) loves dolls, then you need to see the Dollicious exhibition at Garden City Shopping Centre. Fifty couture, high end dolls will be displayed, dressed by one of the world’s great stylists, Jason Wu. When: daily until February 18ths Where: Fashion Mall (near Dome), Garden City Shopping Centre Cost: Free Click for more information.

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Giant Pink Bunnies Also part of the Fringe Festival are enormous pink bunnies, the brainchild of Perth artist Stormie Mills, who will be appearing in and around Brookfield Place during the Festival. Kids will love spotting the enormous pink rabbits and adults might enjoy the range of food available. When: Open February 1st to 21st Where: Brookfield Place, Perth City Cost: free Click for more information.
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Proof That Mermaids are Real
If your children are desperate to find out if mermaids are real or not, take them along during February to see the live mermaids swimming merrily in tanks at The Pleasure Garden. With various start times each day starting at 4pm on weekends and 6pm on weekdays, your children (and perhaps even you) will be convinced these creatures are real. Shows last for 30 minutes.

When: Open February 1st to 21st
Where: Pleasure Garden, James Street, Northbridge
Cost: free
Click for more information.

See the Lion King’s Underpants
Even if you weren’t able to see the stage show, you can still take the kids along to Galleria Shopping Centre in Morley to see a display of the costumes, sets and the journey of how the Lion King went from being a cartoon to a stage show.

When: daily until February 8th, 11am-4pm
Where: Galleria Morley, upstairs in the food court
Cost: Free

Kids Yoga on the Beach
For kids between 6 and 10 years, this invigorating yoga session on Scarborough Beach is just the way to start the weekend. Run by rainbow Yogis, the hour long class is free but places are limited. Bring a mat and water bottle.

When: Saturday 6th February, 8am-9am
Where: Sunset Verandah, Scarborough Beach
Cost: Free
Click for more information.

there are many more activities to try and explore, follow the link for more information, get out there and explore your City!!

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