Margaret River Surf School – Jan 8: Twenty novice surfers were quickly catching waves at Redgate beach thanks to the instructors from the Margaret River Surf School! From kids who’d never touched a board to kids who are aspiring future stars, all the participants had a blast learning to get up and ride the tide.
Youth Cooking Workshop – Jan 13: A small group of four youth learned some neat cooking skills the traditional way – from scratch! It was make your own pizza and ice cream day at the Capel Community Centre which was temporarily converted into a junior Masterchef kitchen.
Adventure World – Jan 14: The big ticket item these school holidays was a trip to Adventure World – and places sold like hot cakes! Our biggest trip yet saw forty-one young people spend a day plummeting down roller coasters and cooling off in the water parks. Not a bad way to spend the school holidays with your mates.
Busselton Archery Park – Jan 16: A relatively newly revamped Busselton Archery Park hosted twenty kids for a day rotating around archery, mini golf and other outdoor activities. Competitive spirits were high to see who were the dead-eye’s and who would be on the next PGA tour in the group.
Real Combat Laser Tag – Jan 21: Nineteen kids eager to prove themselves as the best competed against each other in a laser tag experience like no other. The Real Combat centre provides a more realistic arena and activities than traditional laser tag, and our kids had an awesome time exploring the map and different game types.
Next Level Monkey Biz – Jan 23: Twenty-one kids spent a day in Dunsborough zip lining and climbing across multiple low, medium and high ropes courses at the fantastic Next Level Monkey Biz! The low and medium rope courses offered tricky and challenging obstacles for our young climbers, and the most daring of them went up into the treetops and ziplined around the park.
Capel Gaming Day – Jan 29: Proving just how versatile our community centres are, the Capel centre was transformed into a gaming hub for a fun afternoon of competition and hanging out. Ten kids had the opportunity to participate in activities they would normally do by themselves at home, but instead socialised and built relationships with others they would otherwise not normally meet.