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20 Easter school holidays activities in Canberra 2019

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With a host of museums, galleries, National Parks and indoor sports venues, there's no shortage of things to do in Australia's capital city. Leaving you with plenty of ways to relax and unwind while you're in town, too.


7 ways to keep your kids entertained over Easter in Canberra

Outdoor Activities

Sunset outdoor cinema package

Sunset outdoor cinema package from RedBalloon

Be amaze of the view of the sunset while watching the latest blockbuster or cult classic at Canberra's open-air cinema.

  • Duration: Not specified
  • Location: Eucalypt Lawn at the Botanic Gardens
  • Accessibility: On-site parking available
  • Ages: Not specified
  • Price: $60

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Tidbinbilla Wildlife and E-Bike tour

Tidbinbilla Wildlife and E-Bike tour from RedBalloon

Ride an electric bike for 5 km and meet koalas, wallabies, potoroos and other native wildlife in Tidbinbilla Nature Reserve.

  • Duration: 4.5 hours
  • Location: Canberra, ACT
  • Accessibility: On-site parking available
  • Ages: Not specified
  • Child price: $53
  • Adult price: $88

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Cheetah encounter

Cheetah encounter from RedBalloon

Get up close with the fastest land animal in the world.

  • Duration: 90 minutes
  • Location: Canberra, ACT
  • Accessibility: On-site parking available
  • Ages: 15-year olds and above
  • Price: $160

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National Zoo tour

National Zoo tour from RedBalloon

Have a family adventure at the National Zoo and get the chance to interact with animals. Minimum age is 4 years old.

  • Duration: 90 minutes
  • Location: Canberra
  • Accessibility: On-site parking available
  • Ages: 4-year olds and above
  • Price: $100

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Pedal Kayak Island Hopping Tour

Pedal Kayak Island Hopping Tour from RedBalloon

Kick back and relax in a pedal kayak and glide around a gorgeous lake surrounded by forested peaks.

  • Duration: 90 minutes
  • Location: Canberra
  • Accessibility: On-site parking available
  • Ages: 6-year olds and above
  • Child price: $20
  • Adult price: $43

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Indoor Activities

VR Canberra

VR Canberra from Groupon

Bring the whole family at VR Canberra with a choice of up to ten immersive VR games for players big and small

  • Duration: 3-6 hours
  • Location: Mitchell, Canberra
  • Accessibility: On-site parking available
  • Ages: Not specified
  • Price: $5.50

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Private Indoor Ski or Snowboarding lesson

Private Indoor Ski or Snowboarding lesson from RedBalloon

Maintain muscle memory and achieve your goals without the disruption imposed by seasons.

  • Duration: 60 minutes
  • Location: Dairy Road Precinct, Canberra
  • Accessibility: On-site parking available
  • Ages: Not specified
  • Child price: $130
  • Adult price: $150

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5 summer school holiday activities to tuck into

  1. School holidays at the Australian Institute of Sport. Teach them coordination, sportsmanship and team work by enrolling them into sport at the Australian Institute of Sport. It hosts children's programs every school break so you can send them back each break if it's their thing. 2 January - 1 February 2019.
  2. Deadly 60 Down Under. Animal lovers can meet the man behind the show Steve Backshall as he brings his shows - and his animals - to the Canberra stage. 18 January 2019.
  3. The 91-Storey Treehouse. Little ones a fan of the hilarious book series? Now they can see it come to life at the Canberra Theatre Centre these school holidays. Be prepared to laugh your lungs out. 1-2 February 2019.
  4. Canberra United vs Brisbane Roar. Take the kids out for a day at the footy to cheer their players on. 27 December 2019.
  5. Summer At The Mint. There's a whole slew of children's activities going on throughout the school holidays at The Mint. From Christmas origami to making your own treasure chest. It'll babysit them for a few hours, guaranteed. 17 December 2018 - 23 January 2019.

8 classic Canberra activities and experiences to do with your kids

  1. Have fun with science at Questacon.
  2. Tour the National Gallery and pay a visit to Parliament House.
  3. Head up to Mount Ainslie lookout.
  4. Explore Namadgi National Park.
  5. Picnic at the Australian National Botanic Gardens.
  6. Hit the slopes at nearby ski areas or hike along their trails.
  7. Pay your respects at the Australian War Memorial.
  8. Learn all about the stars at the Canberra Space Centre.

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    PirenneJanuary 8, 2019

    What activities are there for 13 year olds in Canberra these school holidays?

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      ValJanuary 9, 2019Staff

      Hi Pirenne,

      Thank you for reaching finder!

      It seems like you are looking at the correct page. All activities listed are available for 13 year old and also for the entire family. For most promos, kids age 13 and up are categorized as an adult already.

      This will also depend on your child if he/she would prefer outdoor or indoor activities. You may also visit this page for 10 capital ideas for things to do in Canberra with kids

      Hope this helps!

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