Entertainment Activities for Kids in Bellevue Hill (2023)

the Eastern Suburbs, the Sydney Region, New South Wales (NSW)

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SANTALAND
SantaLand Sydney is the newest, most festive Christmas extravaganza, in the heart of Sydney at The Entertainment Quarter and will be on from Wednesday 7 December up until Christmas Eve. Unlimited Rides, unlimited ice skating! Dazzling lights festooned in the summer sky, festive carnival rides whizzing by, Christmas cheer by the sleigh load and a touch of Christmas magic will have you and your family drifting off to a wondrous winter wonderland. Marvel at the biggest, most fantastic Christmas tree ...
Sydney Calisthenics Club
Calisthenics is a team sport for beginners to advanced dancers of all ages bringing together dance styles of ballet, jazz and gymnastics with, singing, performing, flexibility, strength and beauty all together in the one class! We welcome all new pupils at any stage throughout the year. Saturdays @ Mill Hill Centre, Bondi Junction Tinies (6 yrs and younger) 9.00am - 10.00am Sub-Juniors & Juniors (ages 7+) 10.15am - 12.00pm
My daughters LOVE Sydney Calisthenics Club

08-04-2013

Both of my primary school aged daughters wanted to attend weekly dance classes plus gymnastics classes ...

African Beat
Drum Roll Please! All children love music, especially at a party! Our Master Drummer from Africa arrives with drums for all the kids, and brings the party to life with the energy and joy of African drumming. The kids play jungle beats, musical games, listen to sooo not boring stories, everyone is 100% enthralled for the full hour. You can have a cup of tea and relax, or join in the fun! African Beat has over 10 years party experience and continues to receive wonderful heartfelt feedback & testimonials. The ...
Understand Down Under
UDU's tours from Sydney stand out for two reasons: • Unique experiences • Memorable guides We'll take you to Sydney's best hidden secrets like the Royal National Park, as well as popular places like the Blue Mountains and South Coast. Best of all, we cater for all and those who have kids can even book a private tour to make sure your kids get the absolute fullest experience possible. Unfortunately kids under 5 are restricted to certain types of tours, so inquire and see what fun your next ...
We run fun gymnastics parties every weekend at the Thomas Hogan reserve in Bondi for children 3-7 years old. Our parties are jam packed with a full hour of dance , games and the gymnastics circuit . Our fantastic gymnastics camps are run at the Thomas hogan reserve every school holidays from 9am -3pm for children 4-7 years old .Our camps keep the children entertained with gymnastics skills, gymnastics circuits , active games , dance , arts and crafts , science experiments and much more !
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04-11-2014

Our daughter had the best party ever ! All the children participated for the full hour ! Fun music , ...

The precinct features many specialty shops, bars, cafes, restaurants, two cinemas (both owned by Hoyts), live entertainment venues including a comedy store and function centre, children's playground, parklands and sporting facilities such as ten pin bowling and an ice rink during winter. The Showring hosts a Farmer's Market on Wednesdays and Saturdays and a Merchandise Market on Saturdays and Sundays. Retailers include Sanity, Esprit and Bay Swiss.
Palm Grove Centre is a spectacular glass & stone building, located in the heart of the Royal Botanic Gardens. The Garden Shop offers Sydney’s finest range of horticultural, botanical and general gardening books with a particular emphasis on Australian native plants. The book room offers a place to relax and read through our books in window seats with a view into the Garden which surround the shop. We also carry a large range of books relating to botanic illustration, bush regeneration, cooking, ...
Fort Denison, also known as "Pinchgut", is one of Sydney's historic landmarks, located in the centre of Sydney Harbour. At 1pm every day, Fort Denison's staff fire a cannon. This practice began in 1906 to enable sailors to set their ship's chronometers correctly. When the First Fleet arrived in 1788, Fort Denison was a steep, rocky island known to the Aboriginal people as Mat-te-wan-ye and was a popular fishing place for local tribes. The name “Pinchgut” arose soon after, as convicts who had ...
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