Elle Wootton will be performing in the stage adaption of The 13-Storey Treehouse at the Bruce Mason Centre in the April School holidays. Read Elle's answers to our questions about the show, why she became an actor, advice for kids who want to become actors and more.
These July holidays, kids can complete an adventurous self-guided training course through Auckland Zoo’s African savannah to graduate from the Zoo’s Ranger Academy.
There are six great challenges (from fitness and monitoring animal movements to animal identification and poaching prevention) to practice on your training course – skills and conservation knowledge rangers must possess to help animals in the wild.
Winter is here and Aotea Square Ice Rink is back, bringing cool fun for Auckland families.
There is a double-lane ice slide, themed parties, skating lessons and much more. Plus there is a Kids Zone, especially for young children to learn to skate in a safe and fun environment. This is the perfect place for beginner skaters to get their confidence up before graduating to the main rink.
Aotea Square Ice Rink Opening Hours
Monday to Friday: Noon to 10:00pm
Saturday & Sunday: 10:00am to 10:00pm
School Holidays: Sat 9 July to Sun 24 July 10:00am to 10:00pm
Ice Rink* Kids under 12 years old are $15; Adults: $20; Family pass: $55 (2 adults and 2 children or 1 adult and 3 children) Includes skate hire - 90 minute limit
Ice Slide Before 6pm: $7.50 for three rides, $10 for five rides, After 6pm: $5 for five rides
For more information and to find out what themed weekends are on see: www.aucklandlive.co.nz
Auckland Youth are running a competition for 13 to 24 year olds over the school holidays to snap a shot being active with #AKLPLAY.
You can win some great prizes too - Warriors game passes, zoo passes and charged HOP cards. For more information see: Auckland Youth
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