Book now for active holiday fun

Published 11:43am 23 December 2020

Book now for active holiday fun
Words by Jodie Powell

Bookings have opened for the popular Moreton Bay Region Active Holidays program.

With almost 90 free and low-cost activities to choose from, you’re sure to find something to stave off the holiday boredom.

Book now for active holiday fun

Learn new skills

New activities include camp cooking, with loads of ideas about different ways to cook outdoors; bush walking – with tips for packing for a walk and reading maps; and forest therapy, which gives an introduction to the basics of mindfulness.

Learn to fish with the award-winning team from 2 Bent Rods in a shore-based session for beginners, gain new football skills with fun games and activities conducted by experienced AFL Queensland staff and coaches, or have a go at hip-hop.

Book now for active holiday fun

There’s sessions in boxing, basketball, skateboarding and scooting, as well as gymnastics, archery, life-saving, trampolining, drumming, kayaking, disc golf and a visit to Osprey House, where you can explore the mangrove wetlands.

Sessions usually fill fast – here’s where to find all the details.

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