What's on: July School Holidays program

As Term 2 comes to a close we are celebrating Indigenous Australian culture for NAIDOC Week and monster science!

Aboriginal craft, bush foods and performance for NAIDOC Week

Aboriginal craft, bush foods and performance for NAIDOC Week
Photographer:  © Australian Museum

Event Type:
Kids
Date:
2 July 2016 to 17 July 2016
Time:
09.30 AM to 05.00 PM
Location:
Australian Museum, entry via William St
Admission:
Various

Craft: Boomerang painting

Ages: 5+
Dates: Monday-Sunday 11-17 July
Times: 10am to 3pm
Cost: $5 per child after general admission

Be inspired by traditional styles and symbols of Indigenous art around Australia, and create your own design on a wooden boomerang to take home. Discover the trick to the ingenious design of this iconic object.

Experts at Eleven

Dates: Monday-Friday, 4-15 July
Times: 11am-12pm
Cost: Free after general admission

With 18 million natural science and cultural objects in the collection, the Australian Museum has quite the responsibility: to preserve and expand a trove of knowledge that belongs to all of us. To do this, we require the best in the biz. The gurus. This is your chance to meet them.

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Under 5s: Tiny Tots - Corroboree Kids

Ages: 1-3
Dates: Fridays 8 & 15 July
Times: 10:30-11:30am & 12-1pm
Cost: $10 Non-member child, free for adults after admission | $8 Member child

Join us for an introduction to Indigenous culture with fun sensory activities and singing.

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