We had an excursion to Bounce on Friday 28th of February and everyone had a good time. The slam dunking was a great hit. Why BOUNCE inc Trampolining? We believe everyone wants to fly though the air and bounce off the walls. So we’ve created BounceInc – a massive indoor trampoline universe packed with lots of high octane, extreme, fun things to do. Whether you’re … Continue reading Excursion to BOUNCE Trampolining
2 Weir St, Glen Iris 3146, Arrive 11.45am for 12 noon session $10/student for 60 minute session and also $10 for Junior Jumpers 3 years+ and under 110cm ($15 for if adults would like to join in the trampoline fun) Bounce socks required. $1.50 each for children over 110cm tall (children under this height do not require bounce socks). Pay for the socks on the … Continue reading Join us for an excursion at Bounce Inc, Friday September 6th, 2013
Wallace and Gromit are moving into Scienceworks! From May 2012, explore 62 West Wallaby Street, a life-size version of Wallace and Gromit’s home and discover how simple ideas transform into life-changing inventions. Join the Oscar® winning duo as they guide you through their home, a world of cracking interactive contraptions, hands-on activities, games and more! See some of their more colourful inventions, including the Telly-scope … Continue reading Wallace and Gromit: Scienceworks Excursion
We had an excursion to the HMB Endeavour last Friday 27th April which was docked at the Waterfront City Marina, Docklands. Everyone had a great time and had the opportunity to experience what life was like on this amazing ship. About the Endeavour: A replica of Captain Cook’s famous ship of discovery, HMB Endeavour, is displayed at the Australian National Maritime Museum as one of the nation’s foremost historical … Continue reading Excursion to HMB Endeavour
Friday March 30, 2012 It was a fantastic day to visit the Stations of the Cross near Bacchus Marsh Melways ref: Map 334 H8. Each station has a beautiful large stone depiction of Christ’s suffering. There is also a chapel at the top of the hill. On the way back down to the car park we could view the numerous shrines that have been erected … Continue reading Bacchus Marsh – Stations of the Cross & picnic
Trees Adventure is a new, exhilarating eco-adventure in the Dandenongs. It comprises five tree-top obstacle and flying fox courses that weave through the sublime canopy of Glen Harrow heritage gardens. Soar through the forest on an array of flying foxes and take on a series of thrilling challenges. Adventurers move between platforms between 2 and 12 metres in height, across a series of imaginative obstacles. … Continue reading The Trees Adventure was fantastic
On Tuesday the 29th of November we went to the Tutankhamun and the Golden Age of Pharaohs exhibition at the Melbourne Museum. There were many artifacts which had been found inside his tomb ranging from golden statues to decorated chairs. The name King Tut has instant recognition in today’s world, however, prior to the discovery of his tomb in 1922 people were unfamiliar with this pharaoh. In fact, his … Continue reading Tutankhamun and the Golden Age of Pharaohs
On the 14th of November we went to Apollo Bay. Here are some of the things we did. We took the Sorrento ferry to Queenscliff which we went on to get across the bay. Then it was down to the beach. We also took a trip to the Otway Fly Treetop walk. It is the longest and highest walk of its kind in the world. It is … Continue reading Apollo Bay Holiday
Take a detour and drive along the beach, have icecreams and a history lesson! Last Friday we were driving home from a Strathmore Home-Ed sports afternoon before 4pm to find as we approached the Bolte Bridge that the traffic in the lane leading to the Burnley Tunnel had completely stopped and the sign read ‘Collision in Burnley Tunnel Expect Delays’. So should we sit in … Continue reading What do you do if there is a collision in the Burnley Tunnel?
We are excited to announce that from 1 July, 2011 children under 16 years of age will receive free admission to; Healesville Sanctuary,Melbourne Zoo and Werribee Open Range Zoo; on weekends, Victorian public holidays and Victorian Government school holidays. http://www.zoo.org.au/Zoo-News/Kids-Are-Free Continue reading Zoos Victoria – Kids are FREE during school holidays!