School holiday activities for 2023
Looking for things to do in Logan during the December school holidays? Pick from adventure parks, indoor playgrounds, Logan City Council events and more – there’s something for the entire family to enjoy. Remember to bookmark this page as we’ll be updating over time!
School holidays activities in Logan
A haven amongst eucalyptus trees with interactive displays and an outdoor koala enclosure, learn about koalas and their conservation.
Enjoy a day out with the family and embark on a journey of years gone by. There are tours available and a variety of events – be sure to check their schedule to catch their Family Fun Day and Arts & Craft Markets.
A great experience for the entire family, pat and play with a shark and soak up all the marine biology knowledge. Bookings are essential.
With plenty of school holiday workshops, sign up for a session of educational play with Lego Bricks at your nearest location.
From water parks to massive playgrounds with towers, climbing walls and more, these beautiful parks will keep your kids occupied all day.
From kiddie pools with fountains to Olympic-sized pools, there’s something for everyone to cool off in.
Bring your roller skates or hire some at the on-site shop and enjoy skating your worries away to fun music.
If your kids are chasing thrills, little water enthusiasts can wakeboard, kneeboard, or tube at this park.
A stunning and educational experience, explore the great outdoors right in your own backyard and learn more through interactive displays. With 8.5 kilometres of walkways and bike tracks, pack a picnic, prep a barbecue or go on a hike. Don’t miss out on seeing the pelicans around March.
A tranquil and serene spot, enjoy a peaceful walk on the spacious temple grounds. With a teahouse on site, learn more about Buddhist life while enjoying light snacks. The temple also hosts cultural events for kids throughout the year.
Book in for a relaxing afternoon at Devon Pixies’ new spot at the Kingston Butter Factory Cultural Precinct. With delectable offerings your littles ones will enjoy, pick from homemade cakes, scones, slices and savouries. Don’t forget to try their signature Devon Pixies tea.
If you’re looking for go karts in Logan, you’ll have the ultimate experience in Kingston. A popular choice for birthday parties or just a thrilling day out with family and friends.
Little ones will be entertained all day by this Loganholme’s institutions multi-level structures and mega slide.
Explore eucalypt forests and stunning wetlands by foot on the designated walking trails or bring along your leashed pup on the shared trails. There are also mountain biking trails and horse riding trails.
The former Bunnings Warehouse on Kingston Road has transformed into Australia’s largest indoor entertainment centre, with rock climbing, ninja course and more. There’s even a flying fox ‘aircoaster’ that traverses around the entire precinct.
Visit the Hyperdome for Santa’s arrival parade, workshops and a photo with the big man himself.
Logan is full of amazing organisations like The Family Place and Kingston East Neighbourhood Group that provide spaces for kids and kids at heart to visit, play, and connect over the school holidays.
During these sessions, kids will learn all about the pottery process from painting to glazing.
Logan City Council events in Logan
Bring your own chairs or picnic rugs for an evening of free and festive fun. Enjoy a sausage sizzle, face painting, Christmas show and screening of The Grinch.
Keep your kids happy and active during the school holidays with these free and low-cost activities for children and teens in Logan aged 5 to 17 years. You will love the huge variety of outdoor sports and creative activities to choose from! Please contact the service providers directly for Logan City Council event bookings.
Explore a wide range of interactive online and in-person activities hosted by Logan City Council Libraries.
Book tickets for a spectacular show in air-conditioned comfort at Logan Entertainment Centre.
Explore the great indoors
Escape the heat into air-conditioned comfort at these Council venues. Admire the latest exhibitions at Logan Art Gallery, sign up for a workshop at your local library, enjoy a show at Logan Entertainment Centre or learn more about our city’s contemporary social history at the Living Museum of Logan.