Community Activities for Kids - St Helena Island (4178)

Moreton Bay, Queensland (QLD)

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Community Activities for Kids - greater than 5km from St Helena Island (4178)

Cubby House Children's Respite
Cubby House Children's Respite - Holiday Program - for kids under 18 with disability! The Cubby House Children's Respite is located in Birkdale and provides services and support to kids under 18 years of age with disability. The Cubby Holiday program will be operating from 9am until 3pm Monday to Friday during the School Holidays. Activities include Art, Music Therapy, Swimming (Heated pool), Movies, Bowling, Science Centre, Cooking and Baking, Ceramics, All Abilities Playground, Gardening, Ball ...
My kids had the BEST TIME EVER!!

16-07-2014

My two children attended the Cubby House Respite, including the Holiday Program, staying over night for a few days. This gave men a well-earned break, and provided activities for the kids to keep them entertained. The staff were wonderful - and clearly enjoyed spending time with my children - they went swimming in the lake at the Respite House, went to the Plaster Fun House, went to the movies, spent a few hours in the park and had a BBQ - awesome fun for kids! I will definitely be booking them in again for the next school holidays!

Welcome to the Game
We love sport. All sports. Welcome to the Game connects sports clubs with new members of its community. We are dedicated to creating meaningful connections between refugee and migrant youths and their local communities through sport. We have a number of sports programs and teams that operate all over Brisbane. Our program includes opportunities in futsal, AFL, soccer, netball, volleyball, girls exercise groups and basketball. We are always looking for clubs and young people to get involved and help ...

55 Oxlade Dr, New Farm, QLD 4005 5-10 km from St Helena Island

CPL (formerly known as the Cerebral Palsy League) stands for Choice, Passion and Life. CPL is a non-profit organisation that provides vital support and services to more than 8,000 children and adults with disabilities in Queensland and Northern NSW. CPL gives you the freedom of choice, the opportunity to chase your passion and the support to live the life you choose. We provide services every day, at every stage of your life and have been doing so for over 65 years in thousands of homes, schools, ...
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