What Can Children Enjoy at Creative Kids Brisbane in West End this July?

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Wondering where you can bring your kids during school holidays so they won’t get bored? Do you know that there is a free outdoor art space in West End where the children can do arts and crafts for several hours?

Creative Kids Brisbane is open from 9:00 a.m. to 11:00 a.m. during weekdays, and from 9:00 a.m. to 12:00 p.m. during weekends. This open art space doesn’t have any strict requirements. Just drop in with your children during opening hours, grab a seat and then start creating something with the materials provided.

Any age is welcome to join the free art sessions; however, children under five will need to be assisted by a parent or adult. Creative Kids Brisbane holds session under the trees for shade but participants are still advised to wear sunscreen. 



Each session lasts for 60 minutes but the kids and their parents may stay longer if they like. For the current winter school holiday, you can expect the following creative activities to take place:

Colourful paper mache birds

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Olaf (“Frozen”) puppets

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Albert Einstein portraits

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Paul Klee block printing

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Fluro watercolour animal paintings

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Clay Minecraft chests & faces

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Painted fox masks

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Colourful pom pom trees

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Registration is not required but you can book a spot. However, if you want to be certain of the slots or you’re planning to bring more than one child, you can book online. 

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Check out Creative Kids Brisbane’s full schedule of activities this July below:

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