Date26 Jun 2021 - 11 Jul 2021
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School Holidays at EQ

The beauty of Entertainment Quarter at Moore Park is that everything is contained in one airy, safe precinct with lots of parking nearby. There are so many food and entertainment options all just a short stroll from each other, you could come everyday and still find something new to do. It’s the perfect, easy solution for the school holidays. Many of these venues offer party, group, and function bookings too.



Experience the thrill and speed of go-cart racing without the toxic fumes and deafening noise. Hyper Karts are electric, made with German precision. They’re safe, fast and lots of fun. The track is 410m long, imitates a real Formula 1 course, and is located on Level 5 of the EQ carpark. It’s suitable for adults aged 12 and over, and there’s a mini version for kids aged 3-12. Brrrooom.



For a first class film-going experience come to the state-of-the-art Hoyts cinemas at EQ. Twelve theatres showing the latest releases as well as classic favourites; wide, plush recliner seats with plenty of leg room; motion recliners that move with the on-screen action; ultra-realistic Samsung Onyx LED screen. While the kids watch a G, you can enjoy an M in HOYTS LUX with curated menu and premium wine.



A great venue for burning off excess energy and having some competitive fun. Multi-million dollar laser tag arena, mind-boggling escape room, uninhibited karaoke, and eight colour, light and music filled bowling lanes. Tasty food for fuel available from Randos Sandos and full-stocked bar for grown-ups. Book a few lanes for a great family night out.


B Lucky & Sons

It’s like a neon-lit cave filled with real treasures. A fantastic range of arcade games including timeless classics like Space Invaders and old school pinball machines; NBA hoop toss; dance machines; claw grabbers; Mario Kart video games, and heaps more. Accumulate points and choose prizes from the awesome pawn shop. Fab cocktails for over 18s.


Plaster Funtime

Young ones can do what they love best: be creative and get their hands into icky sticky stuff. Kids can choose from a range of cute plaster statues to paint and take home; or they can make a batch of non-toxic coloured/glittery/crunchy/fluffy slime. Parties and packages with snack options available. Special slime workshops available during school holidays.



How about a session of skiing or snow-boarding without having to drive for hours, hire expensive equipment, and deal with actual cold, wet, snow? These high tech simulators realistically recreate the feel and motion of skiing while keeping you safe and dry. Visuals on a big screen help complete the illusion. Perfect for practice, learning, or just for the buzz.


Pixar Putt

Get ready to kick some serious putt when Pixar Putt returns to Sydney this June! Putt your way around 9 or 18 holes at the Hordern Pavilion Plaza, Moore Park for a limited season from Friday 25 June until Sunday 25 July. Australia’s much loved open-air mini golf sensation is inspired by some of Pixar’s most adored films and takes guests to infinity…and beyond!

This immersive open-air mini-golf experience is made up of interactive holes inspired by the stories, characters and icons from some of Pixar’s most beloved films.

Pixar Putt is Sydney’s must-do attraction during the June/July school holidays and is set to take guests to infinity…and beyond!


Fly Motion

Do kids like to jump? Do kids like to fly? Do kids like to feel invincible? Of course! That’s why they love the Bungy Trampoline. Tethered safely to poles by stretchy bungy ropes, each child springs high into the air by bouncing off their own trampoline. Watch their faces light up as they soar towards the sky.


Baskin – Robbins

Famous for having 31 original ice-cream flavours, the range at Baskin-Robbins is even bigger if you include frozen yogurt, sundaes, cakes, shakes, and iced coffee. Grab a cup or cone for the perfect walk-around snack or quick fix. They have vegan options too. Ask about the flavour of the month – it’s usually pretty special.


Cafe On The Spoon

This is a make-your-own-treat self-serve soft-serve frozen yogurt cafe. You pay by weight so you can have as little or as much as you like. Select a base yogurt flavour: plain, chocolate, strawberry, mango etc, then add as many toppings as you like from a huge selection including: sprinkles, gummies, lychee balls, syrups, chocolate drops, lollies. Have a coffee while the kids go nuts.


Monkey Mania

This place will make you wish your were a kid again. There’s so much to do: things to climb, swing on, roll over, slide down, ride in, bounce on, crawl through – all the things an energetic, curious child wants to do. Plus lots of puzzles, games and building blocks. There’s a cafe where you can enjoy a snack and coffee while the kids play, or you can book in to drop and shop.



This place is a cornucopia of really cool stuff. Vintage and classic collectables that will intrigue the kids and hurtle you back to your childhood. Have a browse through this time capsule of toys, gadgets, figures, artwork, apparel, music, jewellery, homewares and so much more. A must for fans of Star Wars, Harry Potter, Disney, Dr Who – just retro pop culture in general. All for sale, too.


Brent Street

Winter Camp – Dancing, Singing, and Acting Workshop.  5th – 9th July 2021

This five-day camp will help keep budding little protégés on their toes. Brent Street’s prestigious roll of teachers and choreographers will teach jazz, tap, lyrical, hip hop, latin, contemporary, ballet, singing, acting and fusion styles across 25 sessions. This course is aimed at students aged from 7 to 18 who are at intermediate or advanced level. It’s a great opportunity to improve their ability and enrich their experience. Book early to avoid missing out – numbers are limited.



Podcasting Fundamentals. Starts 21st June, 6 weeks, online. Tutor: Madeline Joannou

Learn how to create a podcast with an expert. Madeline Joannou has 14 years experience in radio, working on top rated programs as an audio producer and sound designer and managing branding. She is currently the managing producer of podcasts at Mamamia. Sharing her valuable knowledge and skills, she’ll take you from idea to ready-to-launch, covering technical aspects, editing, content and more. This course is online and available to people aged 18 and over. Enrol now for the 10% early bird discount.


The Directors Journey with Lucy Gaffy. Starts 21st June,  8 weeks, online.

Award-winning director, Lucy Gaffy ((Doctor Doctor; Amazing Grace) will guide you through the process of turning a raw script into a fully realised film. You’ll learn: screenplay structure and scene analysis; complex visual storytelling; Communicating with the camera; casting, rehearsal and working with actors; proof of concept, treatments and pitching; and directing beyond the on-set experience. This is not a beginner’s course, so you will need some rudimentary knowledge. Spaces are filling fast for this rare opportunity. Enrol now for the 10% early bird discount.

There are loads of other entertainment, dining and shopping options. Take a look here.