Golden Circle’s on a mission to get kids to spend less time on their screens and more time outdoors in the sunshine.
By pledging to SunHour, you will not only help your kids, but will also help less fortunate Australian families enjoy the sunshine together this Summer. Every hour pledged will go towards donating hundreds of bikes via The Smith Family to kids in schools who are most in need.
Kids aged 8-16 spend on average 30 hours a week glued to their screens, so what better way to get the kids of Perth outside and away from their screens than with these 7 family fun activities.
Caversham Wildlife Park
Caversham Wildlife Park is one of Perth’s most exciting tourist attractions. Hand-feed the kangaroos, join in the interactive farm show, touch a possum or lizard, meet a wombat, and have photos taken with koalas! Caversham Wildlife Park; a great Australian meet & greet experience for the whole family, in one fantastic day!
Outback Splash – The Maze
Outback Splash has numerous family fun activities but none more so that their famous Maze. The Hedge Maze covers an area of more than 2000m2 and has a stunning octagon design with a beautiful Norfolk Island Pine at the centre. It’s taken six years to grow and carefully prune 1,252 individual plants to form the 690 metres of hedge – this will definitely keep your kids busy.
Elizabeth Quay Playground
A place for children young and old, families will love the island playground at Elizabeth Quay. The nature-inspired playground features natural materials and is designed to challenge children and encourage creative play.
Splash City Perth
Your kids will love to head to Ti Farm’s where they can pick their own fresh strawberri
Little Ferry Co
The Little Ferry Co is the perfect way to make the most of the beautiful Swan River and take in the city skyline. The kids will love stepping back in time with the 1920s designed vessels.
Braithwaite Park has to be seen to be believed. The play area is constructed around the philosophy of nature based elements and includes features such as logs, stepping stones, ropes, obstacles, plants and a zip line! Word of advice though, a change of clothes might be required as the younger children won’t be able to resist getting a little dirty.
Screens Off. Life On.