Five things to do in AlburyCBD these July school holidays

The New South Wales and Victorian July school holidays are here, and if you’re wondering how to keep the kids occupied, we’ve rounded up five things to do in AlburyCBD.

Flourish Creative Studio – kids creative workshops

Flourish Creative Studio is a workshop and creative space in the Volt Lane precinct, offering an inviting and relaxing place to explore your creative side and learn new skills along the way.

Owner Deanna Fletcher created Flourish Creative Studio to follow her passion for making beautiful things and teaching others who are keen to learn.

During the July school holidays, Flourish is holding several workshops for kids, including macrame, weaving wildflowers, wall hangings, and flower making. The workshops are designed to create a project from start to finish in one session at the studio.

You can find the full timetable and book online through the Flourish Creative Studios website.

Albury Library Museum – educational workshops and programs

There’s always something exciting happening at Albury Library Museum, and that’s no different this July school holidays.

With a focus on education, creativity, and fun, these programs aim to make the holidays memorable and enriching for young minds. From Lego play sessions and indigenous storytelling to arts and crafts workshops and a fun family science night, there’s something to cater to every child’s interests and passions.

The library’s holiday programs provide a wonderful opportunity for children to explore new subjects, develop their skills, and foster a love for learning in a supportive and inclusive environment.

Head to the Albury Library Museum website for the full program on the AlburyCity Council website.

Good Games Albury – free learn to play sessions

In addition to its regular gaming events, Good Games Albury* is holding two special events during the July school holidays – Magic: The Gathering Learn to Play and Pokemon TCG – Learn to Play.

Magic: The Gathering is a renowned collectible card game that has captured the hearts of millions of players worldwide. Set in a rich fantasy world, players take on the role of powerful wizards and engage in strategic battles using a vast array of spell cards, creatures, and enchantments.

Pokemon is a beloved card franchise that has captivated generations of fans worldwide. With its vibrant world filled with unique creatures known as Pokemon, it offers an immersive experience of adventure, friendship, and strategic battles. 

Both events are free and a great way to learn to play these classic games.

You can find all of Good Games Albury’s upcoming events on their Facebook page.

The Real Florist – flower making workshop

Let creativity bloom at the July school holidays Children’s Flower Workshop hosted by The Real Florist*. Their team will guide your child through the art of making pressed flowers with a hot chocolate and delicious afternoon tea.

Each child will take home their own flower-printed tote bag and jewellery tray. The workshop is recommended for children ages 5-12 years, and participants must wear closed-toe shoes.

The two-hour workshop will be held at The Real Florist, 489 Swift St, on Thursday, 6 July at 10am. Book online through The Real Florist website.

Aurora – light and sound experience

Back for another year of magic, Aurora Luna Light Show is running every evening during the July school holidays at Albury Botanic Garden. This immersive light and sound experience is perfect for the whole family with interactive sculptures, mesmerising holograms, laser lights and colourful installations. 

Book your tickets through the Aurora Albury website.


*These business accept the AlburyCBD Gift Card.

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