Coronavirus update 13 March 2020

COVID-19 restrictions: what's closed and what's open.

Some of our services may be closed or have different hours for the public holiday on Friday 23 October.

We've collected resources to support your family during the coronavirus pandemic. Please check back as restrictions are lifted to find many more activities, clubs and facilities to enjoy in the City of Boroondara.

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Online - Delivered via Zoom, Australia

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The Ashburton Community Centre presents a fun Saturday morning activity for kids delivered via Zoom. Illustrator Dina Theodoropoulos runs this online course for children 8-12+ using a fun and relaxed comic-art style. Students will learn the basics of drawing, proportion and expression.

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Craig Family Centre helps you create a special space for your child during this uncertain time. Develop tools to help them be with all their emotions and their breath. Build balance, flexibility, spatial awareness and physical strength for the whole family. Facilitated by industry leaders Hello Yoga. 30-minute session delivered online, live & interactive. Delivered via zoom.

Online - Delivered via Zoom, Australia

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The MoveIt4Kids! team are thrilled to be now delivering their action packed, fun, inclusive music sessions LIVE and ONLINE. Move It 4 Kids is a high energy program funded by AUS Sport. The program offers comedy, music and movement to encourage good habits for the whole family. This project is a partnership with drummond street services, Hullaballoo Music for All and Playgroup Victoria.
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