What's on at Kids Collective - South Bank Parklands
There’s plenty to do at South Bank Parklands on any given day, but Thursdays are a must for kids aged up to five. That’s because Kids Collective, a series of free children’s activities, is on from 9am-1pm.
Activities change every week, so you can hone your child’s existing skills or teach them something new! They can paint a masterpiece, chase a soccer ball, learn to dance, unleash their super-hero powers and so much more.
Bookings are not required and classes are re-set at regular intervals, so you can come and go as you please. To plan your day, check out the details below. And if you have older kids in tow, make sure you visit Roma Street Parkland’s activities, held during the school holidays. Please note that due to seasonal events, Kids Collective is not on at South Bank or Roma Street Parkland during December and January.
A wonderful adventure of imagination and movement in an interactive dance class inspired by The Jungle Book.
A fun-filled half hour of singing, games, rhymes, finger plays, lullabies, dancing and stories.
Kids will learn about life on a farm in this workshop involving interactive play, singing and dancing.
Children are introduced to the basics of football in a play-orientated yet structured format. Brisbane City Council Libraries will also be onsite with their First 5 Forever interactive story time sessions.
An early learning program involving fun musical play for babies to children under five, conducted with a music therapy focus.
An interactive play workshop with music and movement, exploring all the fun of the circus.
Kids can burn off their excess energy in fun soccer activities.
Queensland Ballet’s Tiny Dancers classes are set within a framework of storytelling, exploration and artistic play. Brisbane City Council Libraries will also be onsite with their First 5 Forever interactive story time sessions!
Kids can make a unique Father’s Day pottery gift for Dad in this fun and creative session.