No need to stay indoors these school holidays, check out these kid-friendly cafes in the South East!
School holidays can be tiring keeping the kids entertained. If the word “snack” is bringing you nightmares, we understand! We bring you the best restaurant offerings for the school holidays in the South East.
You and your family are invited to a Photography for Parents Workshop on Sunday 28th April 2019 at Fitzroy Gardens.
Head down to 38 South for the best BabyChino in Melbourne. Their baby chinos are the cutest ones we’ve ever seen! It’ll sure put a smile on your child’s face. Their menu offers some great healthy options and if you’re up for a treat, their mermaid pancakes will impress! Their pastry selection is also made in house daily! YUM! While you’re in the area, check out the local ducks, some of the great local parks and of course the foreshore and jetty!
Their popular kid’s pizza making classes are back for the school holidays! What a better way to nourish a positive relationship with food, than to make their own woodfired pizza to eat! All ingredients are supplied and they’ll absolutely love mixing the dough and decorating their pizza. It’s recommended for ages 3 and up. They will be running Mon-Wed both weeks and the cost is $20pp. There are only a couple places left so hurry!
Red Gum BBQ have given you even more reasons to visit Red Hill. Not only do they have a great play area, they have put on some some great school holiday activities to keep the kids occupied while you enjoy lunch! Their activities include a Lego Show Down, Faery Emma’s Gypsy Spell Retreat and Monkey Mind Pop Up.
Your little Lego Masters have the opportunity to get creative and win a prize. This activity is free and judged hourly between midday and 2pm on running days.
Join Faery Emma for 2 hours of crafty flower power magic. Your little fae folk will enjoy making their own perfume, clay flower crystal amulets, conjuring fae spells in their own spell book, paint magic on their faces, yoga dance and create a beautiful canvas pouch. Bookings are required and are suitable for ages 4 . Cost is $40 and does not include lunch.
Monkey Minds are run by two primary school teachers. They will be setting up a swag of activities to captivate curious minds and keep little hands busy. This activity is free and aimed at 2-5-year old children.
All their programs run on different days, so check out their Facebook events. Booking a table for lunch is also recommended.
When a treat is in order, a trip to Le Piaf is needed! They serve up the best crepes and waffles in the suburbs! Our favourite item on the menu are their waffle sticks, which will bring joy to any kid. They have a kids corner to keep the kids occupied while they wait!
Every Tuesday their pop up kids play corner takes the stress away from parents trying to occupy the kids while enjoying a drink or meal. They also have on offer kids eat free (with one main meal or $30 spend). With a new Spring/Summer menu recently launched; they give you another yummy reason to visit. They’re located on the foreshore, right next to Peter Scullin Reserve Playground. A great afternoon out with the kids is sorted!
If you are a parent who is looking for an easier way to be environmentally sustainable consumers, Jumping Jack is the place to buy and sell pre-owned baby, kids and maternity clothes and baby accessories.