What's on for kids this November
As we creep towards Christmas, it’s important stop and take a moment to enjoy the quieter period. Not sure where to start? Read on for ideas.
Behind the Scenes Tour
18 November | Queensland Museum
Delve into the mysterious unseen world of the Museum’s collection stores with their expert tour guides. The Museum is like an iceberg – only a small part of their huge collection is on display. Behind the scenes, they have an amazing world to explore, with millions of objects and specimens. This guided tour takes you behind the scenes for a unique chance to see the priceless collections up close and learn more about how they store and look after these precious objects and specimens.
American Express Openair Cinema
Until 19 November | Rainforest Green
See your favourite films under the stars at the American Express Openair Cinema! There’s something to suit the whole family including The Lego Ninjago Movie, the Grease Sing-a-long and more.
Girls Write Up
24 November | State Library of Queensland
Discover your creative voice and gain the skills and the confidence to use it at Girls Write Up, an inclusive all-day festival for teens aged 12–18. Explore the relationship between language, gender and power in panels and practical workshops, and learn how authors, journalists, activists, artists, poets and other creative thinkers have used their writing to define their identities and shape the
world around them.
Until 2 December | Little Stanley Street Lawns
Enjoy this free Active Kids class, held in the stunning surrounds of the South Bank Parklands. This fun workout for kids aged 5-12 helps create healthy habits from an early age and provides the building blocks for a positive body image.
Yayoi Kusama: The Obliteration Room
Until 4 February | GOMA
Children are invited to enter the world of leading contemporary Japanese artist Yayoi Kusama and 'obliterate' an Australian domestic space by adding colourful dot stickers to white furniture, objects and surfaces in the large-scale interactive installation, The Obliteration Room. The Obliteration Room is a dynamic artwork that transforms over time as hundreds of thousands of dots accumulate in the space.
Little Days Out
Thursdays | South Bank Parklands
Make the most of Little Days Out before it takes a December and January break – November’s activities include soccer, sand play, music and more.
Hickory Dickory Rock
Various days | State Library of Queensland
Get ready as Tim Jackman’s Hickory Dickory Rock rocks SLQ! Join him for an all singing, all dancing, wild Woodstock-like ride of nursery rhymes and songs every Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday from 11am to 12noon. Hickory Dickory Rock is perfect for children under eight years old, their parents, carers and friends.
To see what else is on at South Bank this month, check out the what's on page.