Theatre, art, cycling and sand on offer these school holidays
  • Wednesday 06 September 2017
Samuel Condon

With school holidays around the corner, Sunshine Coast Council has plenty on offer for a fun-filled break for the whole family.

On Tuesday, September 19, the Monkey Baa Theatre Company brings to life the Diary of Wombat at the Lake Kawana Community Centre.

Kids of all ages will be amused by this comedic production about Australia’s naughtiest wombat.

Tickets are $20 and bookings can be made online at

Caloundra Regional Gallery presents some free seriously fruity fun for kids from September 19-21. Led by 2017 Sunshine Coast Art Prize finalist Samuel Condon, kids of all ages will be inspired by Samuel’s Pineapple artwork.

There will be two session times per day and no bookings are required. For more information visit

Council will also host free cycling workshops on Tuesday, September 19, Thursday, September 21, and Tuesday, September 26 to help build your child’s confidence on two wheels.

Learn some tips and tricks to get your little one onto a bike or, for your child already on two wheels, step it up with some bike handling, pathway etiquette and road safety awareness lessons.

To register your interest, or to find out more information about session times and locations, visit and search “cycling workshops” and click on “Children’s Cycling Course”.

Bring the whole family down to Mooloolaba Beach in front of the Loo With a View to watch international sand artist Dennis “the Sandman” Massoud, creating sand sculptures over the October long weekend.

From Friday, September 29 to Monday, October 2, kids and adults alike will be amazed at what can be created from sand.

Children will have the opportunity to learn about building sandcastles like the professionals with workshops on Saturday and Sunday from 9am-3pm.

Entry is $5 for adults and a gold coin donation for kids. To find out more, visit  

Finish off the holidays by making your way to the hinterland town of Eumundi and experience an array of activities as part of their Past, Present and Future festival from Friday, September 29-Sunday, October 1.

There will be a number of free events including the Memorial Drive Grande Parade, indigenous art, learn to dance activities and a family fun day at Dick Caplick Park.

Visit for more information.

For more information about any of the events listed above, visit or call 5475 7572.