These school holidays a Summer Luau is coming to life at PARC, with a range of fun Luau-themed kids club activities to keep the whole family entertained.
Free daily activities will include grass games such as giant connect four, wooden bowling and quoits plus Luau games like limbo, musical leis and hula hooping. Other activities will include face painting, balloon art, arts and crafts and a colouring competition.
The popular Splashtown inflatable obstacle course and Zorb Balls will also be available during the school holiday program, much to delight of both children and parents.
“Kids love the challenge and have lots of fun on the Splashtown obstacles and with the Zorb Balls, while parents love that their children are being active and kept entertained,” said Tim Gledhill, CEO of Peninsula Leisure.
“PARC has plenty to keep the whole family entertained for hours. It is the ultimate family day out – it’s fun, it’s affordable and it’s local,” said Tim.
Entry to PARC includes access to Splashtown and the Zorb Balls, both only available during holidays. Entry also includes access to the 114m Constrictor raft waterslide, the Python family raft waterslide, the award winning AquaPlay aquatic playground and main pool.
The PARC Holiday Program will run 11am–3pm weekdays from Thursday 2 January to Friday 24 January 2019. Waterslides are open 10am–7pm and the aquatic playground is open 9am–7pm.
A PARC day pass for the whole family starts at $26.70. Individual passes start at $7.40 for children, $9.30 for adults and $7.40 for concession.
Other kids club activities will also be available throughout the holidays. Bookings are required for the Splashtown obstacle course. For full details and to book, click here