Splash out at Hurstville and Bexley or go on a bug hunt in the Royal National Park these school holidays

School holiday programs at Hurstville, Bexley and Audley in the Royal National Park will be in full swing this summer break.

Hurstville Aquatic Leisure Centre and Angelo Anestis Aquatic at Bexley are offering fun programs from 9am-3pm from January 7-25.

Swimming, water slides and giant inflatables will be the highlight. alongside basketball and soccer to keep kids active.

For an explorational trek through the Royal National Park, bug hunts, art in nature, and bird spotting will be a wild yet educational ride.

Explore the beauty of plants and wildlife with a National Parks Discovery ranger on Tuesdays and Thursdays from January 3.

Children will receive a junior ranger certificate at the end of the session.

Details: 9542 0649/0666.

Natural wonder: Explore nature in the Royal National Park these school holidays. Picture: Chris Lane

Natural wonder: Explore nature in the Royal National Park these school holidays. Picture: Chris Lane

For little aspiring scientists, ANSTO is hosting holiday workshops.

Whether it’s a Lego Mindstorm, extreme machining or a class on how to code or print in 3D– there is something with an educational science twist for all kids.

All workshops are delivered by accredited educators with experience in science, engineering, programming and robotics. The minimum age is 10. The youngest kids are encouraged to consider the LEGO workshop.

The program begins on January 10. 

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