Coronavirus update 13 March 2020

Stage 4 restrictions: guidance and support.

Creative activities can help build children's abilities to be calm, focused and expressive.

Every child is unique. They all learn, connect and experience the world around them in a variety of different ways. Through play, children can explore, experiment and challenge their abilities.

There are some great local providers of free or low cost creative activities to suit you and your children.

Boroondara Library service

The Boroondara Library Service offer free loans of books and other items to support reading, learning and inspiration. You can use your library card to access digital collections such as streaming films and music, storytimes and learning resources.

The library runs regular children's storytimes, activities and popular school holiday programs.

Find out more about Boroondara Library Service.

Boroondara Arts

Boroondara Arts host exhibitions, performances, workshops and fun activities throughout the year for children of all ages to get creative. We also offer school visits to our galleries to help teachers introduce children to all that the world of art has to offer them.

Find out more about Boroondara Arts.

Neighbourhood houses and community centres

There are 11 neighbourhood houses and community centres in Boroondara. These community spaces bring people together to connect, learn and contribute in their local community.

All of them offer activities for children of different ages. Some of them also provide regular playgroups and occasional care for children.

Find out more about our neighbourhood houses and community centres.

Boroondara Wild

Children love nature and the outdoors. To celebrate this, we have created a fun passport your children can use to get out exploring - even in their own backyard.

Find out more about Boroondara Wild.

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