Summer Holiday Fun
With the summer holiday’s coming up we’re taking a couple of weeks off to enjoy the sunshine and spend quality time with our family and friends. As Jackie’s family is visiting from England and Mel and Vanessa are needing to occupy their little ones imaginative and active minds, we decided to share our must dos with the children over the school holidays.
We’ve even made directions for our suggestions easy for you, If you click on the name of the place you are wanting to visit you’ll be directed straight to google Maps 😀
Or how about a 5km run with the whole family. Yes even dad. Park Run has free events happening all over the sunshine coast on a weekly basis. So you can even keep up your weekly attendance after the holidays have finished. You can thank us later
And for something a little different checkout the QLD orienteering calendar for local events and clubs. The site even has tips for beginners.
For a quick fix to ease the energy visit the skate park at Alexandra Headlands.
While the kids enjoy a safe enjoyable ride on their bikes or skateboards mum and dad can grab a coffee from the surf club and take in the view of one of the sunshine coasts best beaches.
A walk through Noosa National Park is a great opportunity to try and spot dolphins, sea turtles or koalas and comes highly recommended by all of us here at Innovation Podiatry.
Be sure to pack plenty of water and good walking shoes as the longest of the walks is a 10km return.
And The tree top challenge at the Big Pineapple topped off with a visit to the Wildlife HQ Zoo is a great one to add to the list. Taya says you don’t even need to take the kids to this one.
There are also school holiday programs available at apex camps in twin waters
Or Vanessa’s little mans personal favourite, a trip to SEA Life Mooloolaba.
He tells us you MUST see the turtles!
If you have a stand up paddle board, you may see jackie out and about in noosa sound, first point or noosa river. We’ve also heard North shore, Cotton Tree, Currimundi Lake and Pumicestone passage are great places to get out and about on your board
And finally for your fur child:
Taya takes her boy to the off-leash dog beaches at North Shore and Pt Cartwright and after a few recommendations from friends she’s going to try an early morning climb up Mt Ninderry, hopefully he’ll appreciate the incredible view from up there.