The City of Canada Bay has the school holidays sorted with a host of activities planned across the Inner West this summer.
“We’re bursting at the seams with fun and education activities for both families and children,” City of Canada Bay Mayor Angelo Tsirekas said.
“Whether you want to explore hidden gems, stay active, or simply spend some quality time together, our school holiday program has something for every family.”
Disk and foot golf at Barnwell Park Golf Club
Keep your kids active with multi-sport golf at Barnwell Park Golf Club. The first of its kind in Australia, the course at Barnwell Park combines frisbee and soccer on a nine hole course. Players can choose to play a combination of foot and disc golf with the same tee area and fairway, but different holes. It’s perfect for all abilities and ages.
Free family film nights
Cool off in air-conditioned comfort at free film nights at The Connection, Rhodes. You can bring your own picnic, snacks, rugs and cushions while settling in to watch family favourites.
- Oddball 16 January 7–9pm
- Toy Story 4 23 January 7–9pm
- Aladdin 30 January 7–9pm
There’s no need to commute to the eastern suburbs to beat the heat these school holidays. Avoid the traffic and crowds by heading to Chiswick Baths. Accessible via ferry and with a picturesque view of the Sydney shoreline and enclosed shark net, it’s the perfect spot for a summer swim!
Play a game of free badminton on the summer outdoor court at The Connection, Rhodes. It’s great fun for the family with no bookings required. Bring your own racquets or borrow from The Connection, Rhodes during opening hours.
Visit whatson.canadabay.nsw.gov.au for a full list of activities on offer.