Creative fun for kids on the school holidays!

Creative fun for kids on the school holidays!

Banish boredom on the school holidays with a creative outing to Frankston Arts Centre. Experience the gift of imagination, magic and laughter with the ultimate in screen-free fun!

In ‘Are We There Yet?’ on Thursday 13 April, Alison Lester’s classic book comes to life on stage with songs, fun and quokkas! This new adaptation from multi-award winning playwright Finegan Kruckemeyer is a celebration of family, love, and the diversity and beauty of Australia.

Bunkasaurus’ on Monday 17 April is ideal for families seeking an inspiring show, with raucous and eye-popping results! Two clowns are continually distracted from the serious work at hand, stacking boxes in a warehouse. They fall into a world of puppetry and silent comedy, blissfully creating an entertaining universe soaked in imagination and creativity.

For kids who love to get crafty, check out the ‘Make Your Own Shadow Puppet’ (ages 7-12), a ‘Collage Workshop with artist Maria Peña’ (ages 8-11), and an ‘Art & Science Workshop with artist Marynes Avila’ (ages 7-12).

Frankston Arts Centre offers the best in entertainment on the doorstep of the Mornington Peninsula. With undercover parking and a location close to public transport, shopping centres, restaurants and cafes – it is an easy day out for the whole family! Check out the award-winning ‘Frankston Street Art Tours’ to make a day of your visit. Tickets can be purchased at or by calling 03 9784 1060.


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