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What’s on in Queensland: September

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The September school holidays in Queensland bring with them Pirates Week hosted by the Maritime Museum and, for little girls who love dressing up, there is the Barbie’s Dream Closet event. Earlier in September, active kiddies can enjoy kids sports and story time in the Botanic Gardens plus you can take your teeny ones to the cinema at the Babes in Arms events where films are specially reserved for new mums and dads. We hope you enjoy all September has to offer

 

Story time in the Gardens plus Kids Sports

when: 4th, 11th, 18th and 25th September from 9.30 am

where: Brisbane Botanic Gardens

Meet under the big, shady fig tree (on Wedding Lawn 2) to enjoy a delightful children’s story being read. Afterwards, there are plenty of fun sports aimed at kids who love being active. This super event is suitable for kids aged 10 and under.

Babes in Arms Sessions

when: 5th, 12th and 19th September: 10am and 10.30am

where: Event Cinemas

If you have been missing going to the cinema now you have a new bundle of joy or a busy, noisy toddler then the Babes in Arms Cinema Sessions are for you. These are films which are specially screened for mums and dads with wiggling, giggling, chatty little ones. The light is left dimmed to help with feeding and noisy toddlers are expected and welcomed! Come and enjoy some time-out with your family.

Farm Fun Open Day

when: 9th September: 8am-5pm

where: Rosewood

Come and cuddle the adorable baby animals! Your kids will love patting and grooming the animals, plus every child is entitled to a pony ride and a bag of feed for hand-feeding to some of the many animals. There’s a hay bale slide and a huge trampoline for your own little monkeys to enjoy! Wannabe farmers can also sit on the tractor. What an awesome family day out.

Redcliffe Festival

when: 15th-16th September: 9am-4pm

where: Redcliffe Seaside Village

The Redcliffe Festival is going to be a weekend of action packed entertainment! There will be a loud, colourful street fiesta plus the wonderful Redcliffe Parade which takes place both on and off the water. There’s also a planned re-enactment of Queensland’s first European settlement. Add to this tonnes of entertainment aimed specially at kids and you get an idea of the energetic, unmissable Redcliffe Festival.

QUT Sessions

when: 15th-28th September: 5.30pm-6.30pm

where: Cultural Forecourt, South Bank

Enjoy the latest talent from the Queensland University of Technology. You may even be witnessing a future star in action! You will be able to watch the sun go down as you enjoy these original and catchy performances.

Symphony Under the Stars

when: 21st September: 7pm

where: Roma Street Parklands

Indulge in some beautiful classical music in the stunning grounds of the Roma Street Parklands. Bring your whole family to enjoy the superb Queensland Symphony Orchestra while you devour a yummy picnic. What a perfect evening.

Pirates Week

when: 24th-28th September: 8am-5pm

where: Queensland Maritime Museum

Shiver me timbers; it’s a week fit for a pirate! There’s so much pirate-themed fun to be had, from rowing a boat (on dry land), tying knots, tasting special pirate’s food, searching for buried treasure and hearing pirates tales. This is a wonderfully creative, fun event for kiddies aged 5-10 years.

 

Barbie’s Dream Closet

when: 27th-30th September: 9.30am-11.30am and 1.30pm-4.30pm

where: Westfield Chermside

I’m a Barbie girl, in the Barbie world! For little girls who like all things pink and girlie; this event gives them the chance to dress up in one of Barbie’s iconic outfits and have a photo taken as a souvenir too. Suitable for little ladies of all ages there are also an interactive dream closet for extra, personalised fashion fun.

Burleigh Art and Craft Market

when: 30th September: 8am-2.30pm

where: Justins Park

This delightful market features Australian made arts and crafts. If you are looking for something unique which is a little bit special then this is the place to shop. The atmosphere’s bound to be buzzing and there will be over 150 stalls for you to browse at your leisure.

 

 

alittlebird.com.au – your best place for comprehensive listings of events and what’s on for kids and bubs along with fantastic fun ideas to keep the kid occupied. Join our Facebook Community  for daily updates.

 

Melissa Rogers – Director and Mum

 

 

 

Jolene

Jolene

Jolene enjoys writing, sharing and connecting with other like-minded women online – it also gives her the perfect excuse to ignore Mount-Washmore until it threatens to bury her family in an avalanche of Skylander T-shirts and Frozen Pyjama pants. (No one ever knows where the matching top is!) Likes: Reading, cooking, sketching, dancing (preferably with a Sav Blanc in one hand), social media, and sitting down on a toilet seat that one of her children hasn’t dripped, splashed or sprayed on. Dislikes: Writing pretentious crap about herself in online bio’s and refereeing arguments amongst her offspring.

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