Folk Dancing Schools for Kids - Leederville (6007)

Perth Inner City, the Perth Region, Western Australia (WA)

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    About Us The Musical Place is owned and managed by husband and wife team Deirdre & Henry and began operating in Perth, Western Australia in early 2009. We were originally called The Music Place and had just 2 students in 1 Kindermusik class, though with lots of hard work over the following 3 years our classes flourished and we had over 160 families enroling each term. Since the birth of our son in 2012 the business has moved in a different direction with Deirdre taking some time out to be at home ... Read more with their son while Henry continues to work as a full time Primary School Teacher. Our School Holiday Programs have always run as normal, though our Kindermusik classes are taught still by Deirdre with bookings managed by Susan Richardson of Grow Music Studio. We are thrilled to be in a position to be able to continue to provide such great services to people in Perth, Western Australia while keeping our little family happy. :)

    Encore Kids Parties provide hosted mobile children's birthday party entertainment to the Perth Metro area. Our carefully selected WAAPA trained performers captivate children's imagination and keep them active and engaged with themed games, crafts, activities and a performance like no other! Themes include: Fairy, Princess, Pirate, Superhero, Barbie, ballerina, Neon, Tea Party, Cowboy, Slimefest, Cakes Cookies and Candy, and design your own party packages with over 60 games/crafts to choose from.

    Orienteering is a cross-country navigation sport. Participants use a map and compass to find their way around a marked course, traditionally on foot and in the bush although newer orienteering disciplines involve metropolitan areas, mountain biking or even skiing. Orienteering is a sport for all ages and abilities. All events have a variety of courses ranging from the 1km string course where toddlers can follow a string between checkpoints, to courses of up to 12km of technically difficult cross-country ... Read more navigation. Children, families and groups can enjoy some exercise and a fun outdoor challenge. The best way to find out more about orienteering is to come along to any event! Speak to the friendly volunteers about how to get started, come along to a beginner’s briefing before an event, enjoy yourself in the outdoors and get involved in a fun, healthy activity.

    Spooks in the Park

    Dates: from 30 Nov -1 to 30 Nov -1

    Spooooooky!!! Be very, very careful. It's Spook season! Hyde Park will be overrun with ghosts, goblins and ghouls on Saturday 31 October 2015 for our very first Spooks in the Park, a popular Halloween event in Perth. Follow a map to find lots of ghostly games to play including a Zombie Run, the Dreaded Spiders Web and the Spooky grove. Every spook will take home their very own show bag containing an assortment of spooky things! Starting out from the main Gazebo at Hyde Park this event for 6-12 year olds is all shivery fun! Entry is $5.50 per little monster! To enter click here. So what to expect? Come to the park 10 minutes before your start wave all dressed up for a spooky time in the park. You don't have to dress up but it is more fun that way! Your little monsters, ghouls and ghosts require at least one parent or guardian with them during the days activities. You will all be given a map to help you get from one game to the next. Expect to play some fun games such as Skull Coconut Shy and Monster Mash, there will be a Zombie run as well! For every game you complete you get a special punch on your map. Once you have played each game you can finish and receive your Halloween goody-bag! Please note there is very limited parking near Hyde park. We recommend to take public transport or park in the city and walk in to Hyde Park. Entries are limited to 500, get in quick, don't you miss out! Tickets cost just $5.50 per child. Tickets must be bought in advance if you want your goody bag!

    Orienteering: Bush Series

    Dates: from 30 Nov -1 to 30 Nov -1

    OWA's primary series of bush orienteering events are held most Sunday mornings from May to September in various locations. In WA, orienteering is held mostly in open bush areas with contour and rock features, with some events held in open farmland areas with more complex rock detail. All events (including the state orienteering league and state championships) are open to the general public as well as members. While pre-entry is available for some events, participants are always able to enter on the day. Courses range in distance from 2 - 12km, and in navigational difficulty from very easy to hard. Instructors are available at each event to guide newcomers through the registration process and help you get started on the right course for your level of ability and fitness. Families and groups are welcome. Junior(<21),full-time student, Concession $10 Adult $20 Group (2-5 participants) $30 Group (2 junior/concession) $20

    Orienteering: Bush Series

    Dates: from 30 Nov -1 to 30 Nov -1

    OWA's primary series of bush orienteering events are held most Sunday mornings from May to September in various locations. In WA, orienteering is held mostly in open bush areas with contour and rock features, with some events held in open farmland areas with more complex rock detail. All events (including the state orienteering league and state championships) are open to the general public as well as members. While pre-entry is available for some events, participants are always able to enter on the day. Courses range in distance from 2 - 12km, and in navigational difficulty from very easy to hard. Instructors are available at each event to guide newcomers through the registration process and help you get started on the right course for your level of ability and fitness. Families and groups are welcome. Junior(<21),full-time student, Concession $10 Adult $20 Group (2-5 participants) $30 Group (2 junior/concession) $20

    Orienteering: Bush Series

    Dates: from 30 Nov -1 to 30 Nov -1

    OWA's primary series of bush orienteering events are held most Sunday mornings from May to September in various locations. In WA, orienteering is held mostly in open bush areas with contour and rock features, with some events held in open farmland areas with more complex rock detail. All events (including the state orienteering league and state championships) are open to the general public as well as members. While pre-entry is available for some events, participants are always able to enter on the day. Courses range in distance from 2 - 12km, and in navigational difficulty from very easy to hard. Instructors are available at each event to guide newcomers through the registration process and help you get started on the right course for your level of ability and fitness. Families and groups are welcome. Junior(<21),full-time student, Concession $10 Adult $20 Group (2-5 participants) $30 Group (2 junior/concession) $20

    Orienteering: Bush Series

    Dates: from 30 Nov -1 to 30 Nov -1

    OWA's primary series of bush orienteering events are held most Sunday mornings from May to September in various locations. In WA, orienteering is held mostly in open bush areas with contour and rock features, with some events held in open farmland areas with more complex rock detail. All events (including the state orienteering league and state championships) are open to the general public as well as members. While pre-entry is available for some events, participants are always able to enter on the day. Courses range in distance from 2 - 12km, and in navigational difficulty from very easy to hard. Instructors are available at each event to guide newcomers through the registration process and help you get started on the right course for your level of ability and fitness. Families and groups are welcome. Junior(<21),full-time student, Concession $10 Adult $20 Group (2-5 participants) $30 Group (2 junior/concession) $20

    Orienteering: Bush Series

    Dates: from 30 Nov -1 to 30 Nov -1

    OWA's primary series of bush orienteering events are held most Sunday mornings from May to September in various locations. In WA, orienteering is held mostly in open bush areas with contour and rock features, with some events held in open farmland areas with more complex rock detail. All events (including the state orienteering league and state championships) are open to the general public as well as members. While pre-entry is available for some events, participants are always able to enter on the day. Courses range in distance from 2 - 12km, and in navigational difficulty from very easy to hard. Instructors are available at each event to guide newcomers through the registration process and help you get started on the right course for your level of ability and fitness. Families and groups are welcome. Junior(<21),full-time student, Concession $10 Adult $20 Group (2-5 participants) $30 Group (2 junior/concession) $20

    Orienteering: Bush Series

    Dates: from 30 Nov -1 to 30 Nov -1

    OWA's primary series of bush orienteering events are held most Sunday mornings from May to September in various locations. In WA, orienteering is held mostly in open bush areas with contour and rock features, with some events held in open farmland areas with more complex rock detail. All events (including the state orienteering league and state championships) are open to the general public as well as members. While pre-entry is available for some events, participants are always able to enter on the day. Courses range in distance from 2 - 12km, and in navigational difficulty from very easy to hard. Instructors are available at each event to guide newcomers through the registration process and help you get started on the right course for your level of ability and fitness. Families and groups are welcome. Junior(<21),full-time student, Concession $10 Adult $20 Group (2-5 participants) $30 Group (2 junior/concession) $20

    Orienteering: Bush Series

    Dates: from 30 Nov -1 to 30 Nov -1

    OWA's primary series of bush orienteering events are held most Sunday mornings from May to September in various locations. In WA, orienteering is held mostly in open bush areas with contour and rock features, with some events held in open farmland areas with more complex rock detail. All events (including the state orienteering league and state championships) are open to the general public as well as members. While pre-entry is available for some events, participants are always able to enter on the day. Courses range in distance from 2 - 12km, and in navigational difficulty from very easy to hard. Instructors are available at each event to guide newcomers through the registration process and help you get started on the right course for your level of ability and fitness. Families and groups are welcome. Junior(<21),full-time student, Concession $10 Adult $20 Group (2-5 participants) $30 Group (2 junior/concession) $20

    Orienteering: Bush Series

    Dates: from 30 Nov -1 to 30 Nov -1

    OWA's primary series of bush orienteering events are held most Sunday mornings from May to September in various locations. In WA, orienteering is held mostly in open bush areas with contour and rock features, with some events held in open farmland areas with more complex rock detail. All events (including the state orienteering league and state championships) are open to the general public as well as members. While pre-entry is available for some events, participants are always able to enter on the day. Courses range in distance from 2 - 12km, and in navigational difficulty from very easy to hard. Instructors are available at each event to guide newcomers through the registration process and help you get started on the right course for your level of ability and fitness. Families and groups are welcome. Junior(<21),full-time student, Concession $10 Adult $20 Group (2-5 participants) $30 Group (2 junior/concession) $20

    Orienteering: Bush Series

    Dates: from 30 Nov -1 to 30 Nov -1

    OWA's primary series of bush orienteering events are held most Sunday mornings from May to September in various locations. In WA, orienteering is held mostly in open bush areas with contour and rock features, with some events held in open farmland areas with more complex rock detail. All events (including the state orienteering league and state championships) are open to the general public as well as members. While pre-entry is available for some events, participants are always able to enter on the day. Courses range in distance from 2 - 12km, and in navigational difficulty from very easy to hard. Instructors are available at each event to guide newcomers through the registration process and help you get started on the right course for your level of ability and fitness. Families and groups are welcome. Junior(<21),full-time student, Concession $10 Adult $20 Group (2-5 participants) $30 Group (2 junior/concession) $20

    Orienteering: Bush Series

    Dates: from 30 Nov -1 to 30 Nov -1

    OWA's primary series of bush orienteering events are held most Sunday mornings from May to September in various locations. In WA, orienteering is held mostly in open bush areas with contour and rock features, with some events held in open farmland areas with more complex rock detail. All events (including the state orienteering league and state championships) are open to the general public as well as members. While pre-entry is available for some events, participants are always able to enter on the day. Courses range in distance from 2 - 12km, and in navigational difficulty from very easy to hard. Instructors are available at each event to guide newcomers through the registration process and help you get started on the right course for your level of ability and fitness. Families and groups are welcome. Junior(<21),full-time student, Concession $10 Adult $20 Group (2-5 participants) $30 Group (2 junior/concession) $20

    Orienteering: Bush Series

    Dates: from 30 Nov -1 to 30 Nov -1

    OWA's primary series of bush orienteering events are held most Sunday mornings from May to September in various locations. In WA, orienteering is held mostly in open bush areas with contour and rock features, with some events held in open farmland areas with more complex rock detail. All events (including the state orienteering league and state championships) are open to the general public as well as members. While pre-entry is available for some events, participants are always able to enter on the day. Courses range in distance from 2 - 12km, and in navigational difficulty from very easy to hard. Instructors are available at each event to guide newcomers through the registration process and help you get started on the right course for your level of ability and fitness. Families and groups are welcome. Junior(<21),full-time student, Concession $10 Adult $20 Group (2-5 participants) $30 Group (2 junior/concession) $20

    Orienteering: Bush Series

    Dates: from 30 Nov -1 to 30 Nov -1

    OWA's primary series of bush orienteering events are held most Sunday mornings from May to September in various locations. In WA, orienteering is held mostly in open bush areas with contour and rock features, with some events held in open farmland areas with more complex rock detail. All events (including the state orienteering league and state championships) are open to the general public as well as members. While pre-entry is available for some events, participants are always able to enter on the day. Courses range in distance from 2 - 12km, and in navigational difficulty from very easy to hard. Instructors are available at each event to guide newcomers through the registration process and help you get started on the right course for your level of ability and fitness. Families and groups are welcome. Junior(<21),full-time student, Concession $10 Adult $20 Group (2-5 participants) $30 Group (2 junior/concession) $20

    Orienteering: Bush Series

    Dates: from 30 Nov -1 to 30 Nov -1

    OWA's primary series of bush orienteering events are held most Sunday mornings from May to September in various locations. In WA, orienteering is held mostly in open bush areas with contour and rock features, with some events held in open farmland areas with more complex rock detail. All events (including the state orienteering league and state championships) are open to the general public as well as members. While pre-entry is available for some events, participants are always able to enter on the day. Courses range in distance from 2 - 12km, and in navigational difficulty from very easy to hard. Instructors are available at each event to guide newcomers through the registration process and help you get started on the right course for your level of ability and fitness. Families and groups are welcome. Junior(<21),full-time student, Concession $10 Adult $20 Group (2-5 participants) $30 Group (2 junior/concession) $20

    Mountain Bike Orienteering

    Dates: from 30 Nov -1 to 30 Nov -1

    Mountain bike orienteering (MTBO) is a navigation sport suitable for participants of all ages and abilities. Like foot orienteering, the idea is to navigate your way around a series of checkpoints (controls) using a map and compass. Unlike foot orienteering, the idea is to ride a bike! The main difference is that in Australia, mountain bikes have to stay on tracks, so the style of navigation can be quite different to the cross-country navigation used in foot orienteering. Several courses are available, ranging from 10-30 km in length. At the top end of the field, competitors need good technical bike handling skills and the ability to navigate at speed. However, the shorter courses are easily achievable by beginners, non-mountain bikers and families. Junior(<21),full-time student, Concession $10 Adult $20 Group (2-5 participants) $30 Group (2 junior/concession) $20

    Mountain Bike Orienteering

    Dates: from 30 Nov -1 to 30 Nov -1

    Mountain bike orienteering (MTBO) is a navigation sport suitable for participants of all ages and abilities. Like foot orienteering, the idea is to navigate your way around a series of checkpoints (controls) using a map and compass. Unlike foot orienteering, the idea is to ride a bike! The main difference is that in Australia, mountain bikes have to stay on tracks, so the style of navigation can be quite different to the cross-country navigation used in foot orienteering. Several courses are available, ranging from 10-30 km in length. At the top end of the field, competitors need good technical bike handling skills and the ability to navigate at speed. However, the shorter courses are easily achievable by beginners, non-mountain bikers and families. Junior(<21),full-time student, Concession $10 Adult $20 Group (2-5 participants) $30 Group (2 junior/concession) $20

    Mountain Bike Orienteering

    Dates: from 30 Nov -1 to 30 Nov -1

    Mountain bike orienteering (MTBO) is a navigation sport suitable for participants of all ages and abilities. Like foot orienteering, the idea is to navigate your way around a series of checkpoints (controls) using a map and compass. Unlike foot orienteering, the idea is to ride a bike! The main difference is that in Australia, mountain bikes have to stay on tracks, so the style of navigation can be quite different to the cross-country navigation used in foot orienteering. Several courses are available, ranging from 10-30 km in length. At the top end of the field, competitors need good technical bike handling skills and the ability to navigate at speed. However, the shorter courses are easily achievable by beginners, non-mountain bikers and families. Junior(<21),full-time student, Concession $10 Adult $20 Group (2-5 participants) $30 Group (2 junior/concession) $20

    Mountain Bike Orienteering

    Dates: from 30 Nov -1 to 30 Nov -1

    Mountain bike orienteering (MTBO) is a navigation sport suitable for participants of all ages and abilities. Like foot orienteering, the idea is to navigate your way around a series of checkpoints (controls) using a map and compass. Unlike foot orienteering, the idea is to ride a bike! The main difference is that in Australia, mountain bikes have to stay on tracks, so the style of navigation can be quite different to the cross-country navigation used in foot orienteering. Several courses are available, ranging from 10-30 km in length. At the top end of the field, competitors need good technical bike handling skills and the ability to navigate at speed. However, the shorter courses are easily achievable by beginners, non-mountain bikers and families. Junior(<21),full-time student, Concession $10 Adult $20 Group (2-5 participants) $30 Group (2 junior/concession) $20

    Mountain Bike Orienteering

    Dates: from 30 Nov -1 to 30 Nov -1

    Mountain bike orienteering (MTBO) is a navigation sport suitable for participants of all ages and abilities. Like foot orienteering, the idea is to navigate your way around a series of checkpoints (controls) using a map and compass. Unlike foot orienteering, the idea is to ride a bike! The main difference is that in Australia, mountain bikes have to stay on tracks, so the style of navigation can be quite different to the cross-country navigation used in foot orienteering. Several courses are available, ranging from 10-30km in length. At the top end of the field, competitors need good technical bike handling skills and the ability to navigate at speed. However, the shorter courses are easily achievable by beginners, non-mountain bikers and families. Junior(<21),full-time student, Concession $10 Adult $20 Group (2-5 participants) $30 Group (2 junior/concession) $20

    Mountain Bike Orienteering

    Dates: from 30 Nov -1 to 30 Nov -1

    Mountain bike orienteering (MTBO) is a navigation sport suitable for participants of all ages and abilities. Like foot orienteering, the idea is to navigate your way around a series of checkpoints (controls) using a map and compass. Unlike foot orienteering, the idea is to ride a bike! The main difference is that in Australia, mountain bikes have to stay on tracks, so the style of navigation can be quite different to the cross-country navigation used in foot orienteering. Several courses are available, ranging from 10-30km in length. At the top end of the field, competitors need good technical bike handling skills and the ability to navigate at speed. However, the shorter courses are easily achievable by beginners, non-mountain bikers and families. Junior(<21),full-time student, Concession $10 Adult $20 Group (2-5 participants) $30 Group (2 junior/concession) $20

    Nav Dash

    Dates: from 30 Nov -1 to 30 Nov -1

    Nav Dash events, Orienteering WA's Sprint Orienteering Series are short distance (2-3.5 km's), usually held in a small, compact area with complex features, such as the buildings and passages of a university campus. While the navigation skills required are relatively easy – even for novices – at a slow jog or walking pace, the more serious competitors try to run their course at high speed. This makes the navigation much more demanding and it is easy to make small mistakes of a few seconds, which makes all the difference in these fast events! There will be several events in the 2015 Nav Dash Series at regular intervals during Autumn and Winter, culminating in the State Sprint Championships later in the year.

    Nav Dash

    Dates: from 30 Nov -1 to 30 Nov -1

    Nav Dash events, Orienteering WA's Sprint Orienteering Series are short distance (2-3.5 km's), usually held in a small, compact area with complex features, such as the buildings and passages of a university campus. While the navigation skills required are relatively easy – even for novices – at a slow jog or walking pace, the more serious competitors try to run their course at high speed. This makes the navigation much more demanding and it is easy to make small mistakes of a few seconds, which makes all the difference in these fast events! There will be several events in the 2015 Nav Dash Series at regular intervals during Autumn and Winter, culminating in the State Sprint Championships later in the year.

    Nav Dash

    Dates: from 30 Nov -1 to 30 Nov -1

    Nav Dash events, Orienteering WA's Sprint Orienteering Series are short distance (2-3.5 km's), usually held in a small, compact area with complex features, such as the buildings and passages of a university campus. While the navigation skills required are relatively easy – even for novices – at a slow jog or walking pace, the more serious competitors try to run their course at high speed. This makes the navigation much more demanding and it is easy to make small mistakes of a few seconds, which makes all the difference in these fast events! There will be several events in the 2015 Nav Dash Series at regular intervals during Autumn and Winter, culminating in the State Sprint Championships later in the year.

    MetrO Series - Orienteering

    Dates: from 30 Nov -1 to 30 Nov -1

    The Metro Series is held in and around metropolitan parks and reserves throughout the suburbs of Perth. Events are held most Saturday evenings between November and February, when it is too hot for running in the bush by day. Various courses are available, ranging from 3-8 km in length. Saturday 21-Nov-15 Atwell (Metro Series 2015-16) Kulgun 225 Orienteers Park and street orienteering Saturday 28-Nov-15 Bassendean (Metro Series 2015-16) LOST Park and street orienteering Saturday 05-Dec-15 Ballajura Lakeshore (Metro Series 2015-16) Bibbulmun Orienteers Park and street orienteering Saturday 12-Dec-15 Harrisdale (Metro Series 2015-16) Bibbulmun Orienteers Park and street orienteering Saturday 09-Jan-16 Halls Head (Metro Series 2015-16) Bibbulmun Orienteers Park and street orienteering Saturday 16-Jan-16 Dalkeith (Metro Series 2015-16) Wullundigong Orienteers of the West Park and street orienteering Saturday 23-Jan-16 Star Swamp (Metro Series 2015-16) Bibbulmun Orienteers Park and street orienteering Saturday 30-Jan-16 Heirisson Island (Metro Series 2015-16) Bibbulmun Orienteers Park and street orienteering Saturday 06-Feb-16 City Beach North (Metro Series 2015-16) Wullundigong Orienteers of the West Park and street orienteering Saturday 13-Feb-16 Mullaloo (Metro Series 2015-16) Wullundigong Orienteers of the West Park and street orienteering Saturday 20-Feb-16 Manning (Metro Series 2015-16) Kulgun 225 Orienteers Park and street orienteering Saturday 27-Feb-16 Swanbourne (Metro Series 2015-16) LOST Park and street orienteering These family and runner-friendly events are easily achievable by anyone who can read a street map, and with a mass start at 5pm are over in time for you to enjoy your Saturday evening! These events attract many regular participants, both members and non-members, and there is a briefing for newcomers before each event.

    MetrO Series - Orienteering

    Dates: from 30 Nov -1 to 30 Nov -1

    These family and runner-friendly events are easily achievable by anyone who can read a street map, and with a mass start at 5pm are over in time for you to enjoy your Saturday evening! These events attract many regular participants, both members and non-members, and there is a briefing for newcomers.

    MetrO Series - Orienteering

    Dates: from 30 Nov -1 to 30 Nov -1

    These family and runner-friendly events are easily achievable by anyone who can read a street map, and with a mass start at 5pm are over in time for you to enjoy your Saturday evening! These events attract many regular participants, both members and non-members, and there is a briefing for newcomers

    MetrO Series - Orienteering

    Dates: from 30 Nov -1 to 30 Nov -1

    These family and runner-friendly events are easily achievable by anyone who can read a street map, and with a mass start at 5pm are over in time for you to enjoy your Saturday evening! These events attract many regular participants, both members and non-members, and there is a briefing for newcomers

    MetrO Series - Orienteering

    Dates: from 30 Nov -1 to 30 Nov -1

    These family and runner-friendly events are easily achievable by anyone who can read a street map, and with a mass start at 5pm are over in time for you to enjoy your Saturday evening! These events attract many regular participants, both members and non-members, and there is a briefing for newcomers

    MetrO Series - Orienteering

    Dates: from 30 Nov -1 to 30 Nov -1

    These family and runner-friendly events are easily achievable by anyone who can read a street map, and with a mass start at 5pm are over in time for you to enjoy your Saturday evening! These events attract many regular participants, both members and non-members, and there is a briefing for newcomers

    Whether you have a cherished photo of your child or baby, or a family portrait to immortalise an occasion, In The Picture Art Creations can hand paint the perfect keepsake. We also do wedding photos or any photo you have or have seen and turn them into custom pieces of art. The art that In The Picture Art Creations creates for you is not a printed art piece that is generated by a computer. Only a customisable hand painted piece of art just for you. If you have a digital photo of it, send it ... Read more to In The Picture Art Creations. We can price an affordable custom painting for you at whatever your desired size. In The Picture Art Creations can even mix photos to modify backgrounds. Create the piece of art you want. If you have questions about our service, please just have a look at our FAQ’s. otherwise feel free to flick us a message on our email.

    The WA Performance School is Perth's premier dance, music, and theatrical school, with locations in the central location of Subiaco. A wide range of exciting and age-appropriate kids party packages are available through WAPS, offering parents and kids fun, easy and unique party packages, as well as peace of mind! Take the hassle out of organising and hosting your next birthday party or special event, and let us do the work for you! With creative themed dance-based party packages (as well as custom ... Read more packages), we can take care of the whole party, with entertainment, games, music and even a gift bag for the birthday star! There are countless optional services to add to your party, whether it’s a themed package or your own event, including hosts, face painters, stilt walkers, circus artists, dancers, magicians, or even catering, decorations and lolly bags! Contact us today to see how we can help make your next kids event one to remember! All party packages include creative age-appropriate ...

    Overall rating: 5 out of 5  

    Fantastic studio with great classes and teachers

    11-02-2016 by J. Albassi

    My daughter and I are so happy to have found this school. The teachers and staff are wonderful and genuinely caring, from the very first day we walked through the doors to now (a good 2 years later!!) The only school we've come across where we're not just another number!

    Entertaineous provides quality characterised entertainer for all your party needs, including activities such as face painting, balloon twisting, age appropriate games and even a magic show. With our head office currently located in Mandurah, we have entertainers located all over Perth and can travel to the location of your choice. Feel free to send us an email to get our prices for our packages, we charge per time frame not per child. Standard packages include: Face Painting Balloon Twisting Colouring ... Read more in pages Temporary Tattoos Hair glitter Bubble catching Pass the parcel And Age appropriate games. Deluxe packages include: Activities from standard package and Magic show with LIVE animal. Visit our website or send us an email

    First Tae Kwon Do teaches the original, non-competitive style of Tae Kwon Do, which emphasises practical self-defence skills and the physical / mental development of our members. Along with the benefits of learning self-defence skills, members who apply themselves diligently can also expect to develop increased Fitness and Good Health, greater Flexibility and Strength, enhanced Co-ordination and Balance, improved Concentration / Mental Focus and Self Discipline, enhanced Self Confidence, refined ... Read more Manners / Social Etiquette, and augmented Threat Assessment, as well as Goal Setting and Achievement strategies.

    Overall rating: 5 out of 5  

    Excellent classes for all ages

    20-05-2016 by Lionel W

    Instructor Amie runs an excellent class, which caters for students of all ages. It's great that each class is very well structured and students are not rushed through belt ranks (true traditional standards that are difficult to find nowadays).

    PEAK TRAMPOLINE RECREATION PROGRAM By enrolling with PEAK you will give your children the opportunity to have fun, learn new skills and develop their physical and emotional well-being. Trampoline creates a physical foundation which complements all sports and promotes a fitness for life philosophy. OUR PROGRAM • At PEAK we structure our program to include STRENGTH, STAMINA, FLEXIBILITY, BALANCE, COORDINATION and most importantly, FUN. • Sessions begin by warming up ... Read more and stretching on the floor and using the Trampoline. • Participants will then rotate between the 4 Olympic trampolines Double Mini and conditioning area. • Our main focus is to give participants maximum bouncing time in order to progress. ASSESSMENT When you enrol your child we will recommend either ibounce or ibounce longer depending on previous experience. In the first session the coaches will assess your child’s ability to make sure she/he is in the correct environment to progress. PEAK ...

    • Unit 4, 108 Wanneroo Rd, Tuart Hill, WA 6060
    • 2-5 km from Leederville

    Perth Martial Arts Academy is a Private School offering first class martial arts training. Tuition includes various Martial Arts, Black Belt training programs, Self-Defence, Fitness, and Personal Development. We offer a solid foundation in self-defence and an in-depth study of all aspects of martial theory. The academy instructors are highly qualified and conduct themselves with the highest degree of personal and professional integrity. Our Dojo is only 8 minutes from the Perth CBD. Our facilities ... Read more are first class and functional, and we keep our classes to a manageable size to ensure the quality of our training. The associations we belong to are all not-for-profit and funds raised go towards our facility management and furthering our training programs for the benefit of our members. The martial arts offered at Perth Martial Arts Academy are registered State Sporting Associations as recognised by the Department of Sport & Recreation Western Australia (DSR), the Combat Sports Commission of ...

    The Nostalgia Box is Australia’s first interactive Video Game Console Museum, located in Northbridge. A day at The Nostalgia Box promises new experiences, a loving trip down memory lane, and a crash-course in the history of gaming. Go behind the scene and uncover the ‘making’ of present-day consoles in the Museum and replay favourite childhood classics like Pong, Space Invaders, Super Mario Bros, Sonic the Hedgehog, Crash Bandicoot and many more in our Gaming Area. Take a step back in time ... Read more with a day of retro gaming for the whole family to share; replay all your old favourites and uncover some new ones. Why not host your special events here at the Nostalgia Box? We offer party hires with many varieties of packages to suit your preferences. From kid's birthday parties to adult parties, we can host nearly about any special event! Let us host a kid’s birthday party that parents will get equally excited about! Join us for a unique experience where kid’s not only get to discover ...

    Sports Self Defence Classes & Lessons

    At WestStar you'll learn a unique set of self defence programs for children and adults integrating traditional elements of Ju Jitsu, Taekwondo, Judo, and Kickboxing. Awesome fitness, great fun, practical, powerful, easy to learn, this is self defence for everyone!

    The Windmills Soccer Club was originally founded in 1950 when Dutch immigrants led by Henk Beumer arrived in Australia. In 1973, Morley Windmills Soccer Club Inc was founded from a merger of Windmills Soccer Club and Morley Soccer Club and soon after the Windmills club moved in to their new premises at Wotton Reserve, Embleton. The club continues there to this day and have one of the best clubrooms in Western Australian soccer. The club is proud of our Dutch heritage, but we are also very proud ... Read more that we are a multi-cultural club, with many of our players and supporters now being of many different nationalities. The club itself was hand built by its members, with all trades donated. This same community spirit, hard work and passion towards the success of the club has continued to this day. Our vision is to foster the game of football and provide the opportunity to the many Children in our community that have ambitions to play at the highest level. Morley Windmills Soccer Club caters ...

    JUNIOR REGISTRATION DAY

    Dates: from 05 Sep 2018 to 31 Jan 2019

    If you would like to get your child playing soccer at Morley Windmills, make sure that you come down to the Junior Registration Day. Keep an eye out for the date of this event early in 2019. EOI's are now open should you wish to express your interest in the club. Head to the website or email direct

    Join Sam and the West Australian Symphony Orchestra for a musical adventure at the Perth Zoo! The former lead singer of The Wiggles is back with songs from his hit Nick Jr. series, Play Along With Sam. Loved by children and families all around the world, Sam Moran likes to play the trumpet and is renowned for writing catchy tune after catchy tune. Guaranteed to get children singing, dancing and jumping along, Sam invites you to join him on a musical adventure with a little help from the West Australian ... Read more Symphony Orchestra! Suitable for 2 - 7 year olds.

    Kids Cushion Concerts

    Dates: from 30 Nov -1 to 30 Nov -1

    In 2016, the West Australian Symphony Orchestra’s Education Chamber Orchestra (EChO) turns 21! The West Australian Symphony Orchestra's 15-piece ensemble performs fun 50-minute shows that introduce young children to the instruments of the symphony orchestra. Expect lots of dancing, giggling, clapping and singing! Meet the musicians after the performance and try our child-sized instruments. Suitable for 0 – 6 year olds. General Public: $17 A one-off handling fee of $5.50 per transaction applies to all purchases. An additional fee of $3.20 per transaction applies for delivery via Registered Post. All ticket / item prices include GST, if applicable, and are quoted in Australian Dollars.

    Kids Cushion Concerts

    Dates: from 30 Nov -1 to 30 Nov -1

    In 2016, the West Australian Symphony Orchestra’s Education Chamber Orchestra (EChO) turns 21! The West Australian Symphony Orchestra's 15-piece ensemble performs fun 50-minute shows that introduce young children to the instruments of the symphony orchestra. Expect lots of dancing, giggling, clapping and singing! Meet the musicians after the performance and try our child-sized instruments. Suitable for 0 – 6 year olds.

    Kids Cushion Concerts

    Dates: from 30 Nov -1 to 30 Nov -1

    In 2016, the West Australian Symphony Orchestra’s Education Chamber Orchestra (EChO) turns 21! The West Australian Symphony Orchestra's 15-piece ensemble performs fun 50-minute shows that introduce young children to the instruments of the symphony orchestra. Expect lots of dancing, giggling, clapping and singing! Meet the musicians after the performance and try our child-sized instruments. Suitable for 0 – 6 year olds.

    Symphonic Sorcery: The Music of Harry Potter

    Dates: from 30 Nov -1 to 30 Nov -1

    Magic comes to the Perth Concert Hall as the West Australian Symphony Orchestra brings the music of the Harry Potter movies to life on stage. Experience the magical symphonic music of Harry Potter composed by John Williams and Nicholas Hooper performed live by WASO. Your host, a delightful old wizard will guide you through Harry’s thrilling years in a world filled with witches, wizards and muggles! This theatrical concert is suitable for 5 – 12 year olds and will thrill the whole family, with all the live action projected onto a big screen above the stage. Book online or call 9326 0000. Tickets $26

    Rhythm in Your Rubbish

    Dates: from 30 Nov -1 to 30 Nov -1

    As a part of WASO's Open Day at the Perth Concert Hall, Rhythm in Your Rubbish is a family friendly concert sure to be lots of fun! With a saw that plays duets with the cellos and bottles that play with flutes, this is no ordinary concert! The West Australian Symphony Orchestra will weave classic Tchaikovsky, Brahms and Prokofiev melodies into a fascinating story in a wonderful concert especially designed for young families. Tickets cost $26

    WASO Kids' Cushion Concerts

    Dates: from 30 Nov -1 to 30 Nov -1

    Join the West Australian Symphony Orchestra's Education Chamber Orchestra for a 50 minute musical journey. Our 15-piece ensemble performs well known tunes and light classical music suitable for 0 - 6 year olds. Get a chance to meet the musicians after the show and have a go on our child-sized instruments. A lively presenter will encourage audience participation and a whole lot of fun. Tickets just $16!

    WASO Kids' Cushion Concerts

    Dates: from 30 Nov -1 to 30 Nov -1

    Join the West Australian Symphony Orchestra's Education Chamber Orchestra for a 50 minute musical journey. Our 15-piece ensemble performs well known tunes and light classical music suitable for 0 - 6 year olds. Get a chance to meet the musicians after the show and have a go on our child-sized instruments. A lively presenter will encourage audience participation and a whole lot of fun. Book online or call 9326 0000 Tickets from just $16!

    WASO - The Lord of the Rings: The Two Towers

    Dates: from 30 Nov -1 to 30 Nov -1

    Over 4000 people experienced the beginning of the journey in 2013, and by popular demand, West Australian Symphony Orchestra continues Peter Jackson’s epic trilogy in 2014 with The Lord of the Rings: The Two Towers.  More than 200 musicians including WASO and the WASO Chorus perform Howard Shore’s award-winning score live as the entire film plays on the huge screen. Don’t miss this incredible experience! Tickets through Ticketek. Call 1300 795 012 or visit ticketek.com.au

    Sports Gymnastics Centres

    Gymnastics Western Australia is the recognised peak organisation for the sport of gymnastics in Western Australia. Gymnastics WA provides gymnastics pathways from fundamental movement programs to Olympic Games and World Championships. Gymnastics WA is made up of 15,000 members, 43 clubs and eight Gymsports; • Men’s Artistic Gymnastics • Women’s Artistic Gymnastics • Rhythmic Gymnastics • Gymnastics for All • Aerobic Gymnastics • Trampoline Gymnastics • Acrobatic Gymnastics • Cheerleading ... Read more Gymnastics Western Australia is the recognised peak organisation for the sport of gymnastics in Western Australia. Gymnastics WA provides gymnastics pathways from fundamental movement programs to Olympic Games and World Championships. Gymnastics WA is made up of 15,000 members, 43 clubs and eight Gymsports; • Men’s Artistic Gymnastics • Women’s Artistic Gymnastics • Rhythmic Gymnastics • Gymnastics for All • Aerobic Gymnastics • Trampoline Gymnastics • Acrobatic Gymnastics • Cheerleading

    WJFC is a local community club that is well supported by its many volunteers, coaches, managers, parents and members and is well respected within the Claremont Junior District. We welcome all boys and girls to our Club and value involved participation from all our members and our local community. Our members and players come mostly from Wembley's surrounding suburbs of Leederville, Jolimont and Floreat. In 2016 the club moved to the new Wembley Sports Park complex just up the road from its former ... Read more home ground of Henderson Oval. The Wembley Junior Football Club is administered by an active hard working committee supported by parents, students, past players and friends. Our superb volunteer base together with the generous financial support of our sponsors has enabled our club to provide a great atmosphere for our kids to enjoy the game of footy. Welcome to the Wembley Magpies!

    Town of Claremont's Freshwater Bay Museum is a local community history museum that was established in 1975. The building is the original Freshwater Bay School, which was built in 1862, and later became a place of worship, a boarding house and a police station. Funded by the Town of Claremont the museum collects, preserves, interprets and exhibits the cultural heritage of Claremont and the Freshwater Bay area. In addition to permanent displays the museum holds themed temporary exhibitions on a regular ... Read more basis. The museum offers a popular education program to schools and holds interactive family friendly events. A historic boatshed is also on display on the foreshore and highlights the community's important connection to the Swan River. It is situated in Mrs Herbert's Park on the shore of picturesque Freshwater Bay.

    Marnie Kent has supported Concerts featuring Kenny Burrell, Dale Barlow, Paul Grabowsky, Frank Bennett and Grace Knight, and has played residencies in many of Perth’s venues for the past 20 years. Jazz Pianist A graduate of (WAAPA) Western Australian Acadamy of Performing Arts and the WA Conservatorium of Music, majoring in Jazz studies. As an educator I have had over 20 years experience training singers of all ages in many contemporary styles and a variety of voice training programs and techniques. ... Read more Some of my appointments include: 10 years at St. Hilda’s Anglican School for Girls. Positions held, director of Contemporary Voice studies, and now my current position as a voice coach | Mercy College as a saxophone & voice coach | St. Brigid’s College Girls as a saxophone & voice coach. With a professional career focused on performance I’ve gained the experience of being trained by the best musicians in the business to pass onto my students. Take your musical talents to a new level ...

    Overall rating: 5 out of 5  

    Amazing Vocal Teachers

    04-07-2013 by Blake

    I have never seen anyone so dedicated in developing a students strengths & weaknesses.. Blake

    Our Schools of Early Learning in Subiaco offers care and education for children aged 6mths to 6yrs. Each Centre is open from 7:30am-6.00pm, Monday to Friday with the exception of gazette public holidays.

    Little Bright Explorers is a small privately owned, boutique early learning centre licensed for 38 children. Inspired by the Reggio Emilia Approach, we believe children are competent, capable and active participants in their learning and should each be supported to reach their full potential. Our learning environments are a place for children to be, seek and make meaning of the world. With experienced, professional and knowledgeable staff we strive to provide the highest possible standard of education ... Read more and care for our children and families.

    State Swim is WA's leading aquatic educator, providing swimming lessons and water safety to Australians for over 40 years. From babies to adults, State Swim believes it's never too early or too late to learn how to swim. Our "Swim and Play" Program is specifically designed for babies and young children aged 6 months to 4 years of age to introduce them to the water. Our adults only swimming lessons are offered at three different levels in a 'no pressure' environment where swimmers can learn at their ... Read more own pace. No matter your age or ability, our team of passionate and experienced instructors work to make swimming fun and rewarding.

    The Mini Maestros vision is that every child reaches the primary school gates confident, excited to learn, equipped with basic classroom skills and experience, and pushes the gates open with a skip in their step from the songs in their heart. The primary aim of Mini Maestros is to create self-reliant, confident and well-rounded learners who are familiar with the classroom experience and prepared for school. We use music and movement to achieve this objective, starting with children from six months ... Read more of age. We facilitate nurturing spaces to develop the whole child, celebrating their social, cognitive, physical and emotional breakthroughs. We provide the highest quality lesson content, developed by early childhood music education experts and delivered by a team of thoroughly trained big-hearted professional music teachers. As the longest running and most successful Australian business of its kind, our methods are tried and tested. We are proud to empower generations of confident ...

    First Taekwondo Como is a traditional non-competitve martial art and therefore reaches much further than mere Self Defence effectiveness. The discipline, mental training and varied techniques of First Tae kwon-do also provide the grounds for engendering in the practitioner a strong sense of confidence, fortitude, compassion, humility and resolve. It is this vital conditioning that separates the true practitioner from the one who has mastered only the physical aspects of the martial art. Expertly ... Read more Taught by qualified Instructors with many years experence. Benefits include: -Self Defence skills. -Fitness & Good Health, -Co-ordination, -Self Confidence, -Flexibility, -Strength, -Self Discipline / Self Control, -Balance, -Concentration and Mental Focus, -Respect and Self-esteem -Goal Setting & Achievement strategies.

    • Level3, 129 St Georges Tce, Perth (Head Office), Perth CBD, WA 6000
    • 2-5 km from Leederville

    Aspen Parks offers a national network of holiday parks, accommodation and cabin stays which are both affordable and of the highest standard. Each Aspen Park property has its own unique personality. With so much to see and do in fabulous locations around Australia, holidays have never been so much fun.Whatever your choice of transport - caravan, motor-home or self drive using a choice of cabin accommodation or simply a tent, Aspen Parks offers a range of accommodation options to suit your comfort ... Read more and budget needs.Escape, explore and experience the diversity of Australia. Discover unique holiday destinations and create lasting family memories with Aspen Parks.

    Want to relieve your stress with friends after hectic week at work? Struggling to find a place to take your date out? Tired of everyday routine life? Ladies and Gentlemen, welcome to Matisse Beach club. We here at Matisse Beach club offer you bold poolside cabanas for dining with styles that suit you. Chill out with the great range of drinks and beverages with a beachside experience. Not only just experience the water but you can actually take a dip and relax. Like to sit at a table rather than lounge ... Read more around? We have beautiful dining areas inside and alfresco. It’s a friend’s treat or a family event, when you have it here, it becomes a memorable event of your life. Join us, host or relax at our beach club. You will have a experience that will never let you leave. Escape the tiring world. Come and enjoy your life here. Welcome to the Matisse Beach club. A place where life meets happiness.

    The Bell Tower located on Riverside Drive overlooking the picturesque Swan River is one of the most unique places to visit in Perth and must see tourist attractions. Filled with fascinating historic content and boasting a unique and distinctive design – resulting from a major architectural competition – it has become an icon for Perth and Western Australia. Visit The Bell Tower today to discover it's cultural significance, featuring the historic bells of twelve bells of St Martin-in-the-Fields ... Read more The Bell Tower also makes a unique wedding ceremony location.

    Lots of FUN for children between 6 - 14 years old during the School Holidays. Every School Holidays! School Holiday Clinics! Holiday Clinics for Touch Football! Send us an email or check out the website for a registration form!

    Overall rating: 5 out of 5  

    Great time had by all kids

    18-06-2014 by Julian

    Brilliant School Holiday program. Kids had loads of fun and came home with a heap of goodies. Thanks Touch Football WA

    Scarborough Tennis Academy offers a tennis lessons catering to all levels of play - from Hot Shots Pathways (3yrs +) to the developing competitive junior, even beginner and advanced adult classes & Cardio Tennis. We strive to provide a fun, friendly atmosphere for all participants, whilst improving your tennis skills, fitness and tactics. We offer group lessons, private lessons or hitting sessions - take advantage of our FREE 15 minute assessment with one of our qualified coaches to see where ... Read more best to start. We run lessons at various local schools, including St Marys, St Stephens and OLGC. We have 6 Australian Open hard courts that are available to hire - with simple online booking.

    Overall rating: 5 out of 5  

    Awesome!

    16-10-2014 by Scarborough

    Our son participates in private and group lessons, I believe it is a very dynamic and thoroughly professional coaching team down at Scarborough. We have been thrilled with the lessons, he is engaged and motivated - always keen to get down to the courts! Thanks to the Scarborough Team.

    Boxing and fitness club, specializing in under 18 years old kids

    Performing Arts Cello Classes & Lessons

    Originally from Ireland, I have been teaching cello for 5 years and have extensive experience with all levels. I approach teaching in a friendly and fun manner, either focussing on completing an exam a year or improving playing skills so as the pupil can play their favourite pieces! I also travel to the pupils house for convenience.

    DFBC / LGBA is “NOT 4 PROFIT” Local Community Sporting Club promoting badminton at grass roots level and developing high performance players to represent their club, state and country with pride and joy. DFBC / LGBA is inclusive and culturally diversified. The Executive Management Team (EMT) is a young dynamic and energetic team of volunteers that networks nine clubs located at Cannington, Bentley, Girrawheen, Melville, Langford, Kingsway, Heathridge, South Lake and Vic Park. Through ... Read more partnerships and assistance from the Australian Sports Commission Active After-School Communities Program, Department of Sports and Recreation, Local Councils and Ashaway Pacific Sports (Singapore) DFBC / LGBA promotes Keep Fit FUN Badminton Activities in the Community, Clubs, Schools, OSC and OSHCS. The Coaching Officials at Dynamic Flame Badminton Club have Police Clearances, Working with Children Clearances, Australian Sports Commission, Active After-school Communities Coaching Qualifications ...

    Performing Arts Cultural Dancing Classes & Lessons