Community Activities for Kids - Westlake (4074)

Western Brisbane, the Brisbane Region, Queensland (QLD)

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Middle Park State School 27 Macfarlane St, Middle Park, QLD 4074 2 km from Westlake

Rhee TaeKwon-Do is a controlled contact, non-competition martial art that focuses on effective self-defense techniques and personalised training to help students achieve self-confidence, self-discipline, fitness and respect. Rhee TaeKwon-Do is Australia's First and Australia's Biggest TaeKwon-Do School, est. 1965.
 Class is on every Tuesday and Thursday from 6pm to 7pm. 
 Unlimited Free Trial and Family Discounts upon joining. World Master Chong Chul Rhee, founder of TaeKwon-Do in Australia ...
Scorpion International Tennis
Scorpion International Tennis offers high-quality and affordable tennis coaching for kids, juniors and adults in suburbs of Western Brisbane. Our internationally recognised tennis coaches provide classes for groups and individuals in Jindalee, Kenmore, Mt. Crosby, Karalee area all week long. Scorpion Tennis currently operates as a tennis academy and its main facility is located at Parish Centre, Jindalee. The main aim of the academy is to provide the best tennis teaching facility for young players. ...

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Community activities for kids - greater than 5km from Westlake (4074)

Queensland Gaelic Football & Hurling Association
Our organisation is the home of the Irish Gaelic Football and Hurling in Queensland. Established in 1982, it originated as a monthly informal ‘kick-about’ for mostly Irish ex-pats, who were missing the camradrie and familiarity of their national sport. Today, the organisation is one of the largest Gaelic Football bodies in Australia, catering for over 600 people on an annual basis. The organisation provides a vital service to both the Irish, Australian and wider community, between providing ...

31 Guilfoyle St, St Lucia, QLD 4067 5-10 km from Westlake

With age-based groups for girls from aged 5 to 18, our mission is to empower girls and young women to grow into confident, self-respecting, responsible community members. Groups meet weekly during school terms. Girl Guides is a world-wide organisation, founded over 100 years ago. Members participate in designing their own program within a framework, so their program is always varied, exciting and relevant! Recent activities include camping, kayaking, leadership skills development, body-confidence ...
Reverse Garbage Queensland
Reverse Garbage Queensland offers fun, engaging eco-art workshops to spark creativity during the school holidays... this is not your average kids art workshop! Children aged 4 to 12 will love the huge variety of interesting, unusual, not-your-average craft materials we work with. We will learn how to use clean, high-quality industrial discards to create amazing works of art! Children will learn something new, think outside the box and take home a special creation they will love to play with through ...
Scouts Queensland
Today’s Scouts can take part in an extraordinary variety of outdoor activities, from ‘traditional Scouting skills’ such as camping and bushcraft, through to more extreme challenges such as abseiling, overnight hiking, rafting, canoeing, canyoning, snow activities, rock climbing, sailing… even flying! The Scout Movement contributes to the education of young people in achieving their full physical, intellectual, emotional, social and spiritual potential as individuals, as responsible citizens ...
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Cnr Mannington Rd & Chifley St, Acacia Ridge, QLD 4110 5-10 km from Westlake

Excellent Child Care at YMCA CCC

30-08-2013

My child (11mths) just spent her first 3 days at this child care centre. The staff are fantastic and so professional and so caring. I wouldn't send my daughter anywhere else - this is a fantastic centre. I looked at a lots of other centres and this one really stood out as high quality care - the building might be older then some of the newer centres but the staff are just so good which is what counts. They also have a chef that cooks the food fresh on site every day and there's a lot of room for the children to play and good programming. I remember a parent talking to me in the carpark raving about how good this centre was when I first went for a look and now I see why.

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