5 Fun Autumn Activities for a Dad and Daughter Day
1. The Aquarium of Western Australia
Hillarys Boat Harbour, Hillarys, 6025
The aquarium is one of our standard go-to places when we want to take any of our kids out. It’s only 20 minutes out of the city and you can go for a short visit or a full day outing.
AQWA Seems to give special attention…[Read more]
Hey, dads, if you are looking for an opportunity to do a family photoshoot with yoru kids, My family Photo are planning to do photo shoots on Sunday the 18th of March 2018 @ 11:30am. The venue is Manning Park in Spearwood. Mini-sessions are short 30 minute sessions for up to 6 people – perfect for families with little ones who can’t sit still for…[Read more]
If you have the time Escape from Pompeii is on at the Museum and is well worth a visit.
Dates: 22 September 2017 – 4 February 2018
Times: 9.30am – 5pm
Cost: Costs vary
Age: All ages Bookings: Tickets can be purchased online or at the door.
$12.50 – $20.00
Where; Victoria Quay, Fremantle.
Contact: 1300 134 081
New Play Centre – Lighthouse Alkimos
Some dads might find this play centre a little sterile (and the cost of feeding four kids a little high!), but it really does look like a decent place to take the kids.
The ball park looks like the most entertaining thing to me. Check it out!
Check out Planet Pioneer
Leave Earth behind and take an adventure into space at Scitech’s new exhibition, Planet Pioneers.
Kids will love using their imagination as they pretend to be an astronaut while exploring the 17 hands-on exhibits.
See if you have what it takes to colonise a new home planet with Scitech’s latest exhibition Planet Pioneers.
Not all of us have a full wallet. Having a bunch of activities you can do with your kids for free is great when money is tight. Not only that, but many of the free things you can do in and around Perth turn out to be just as much fun, if not more fun then something that cost $30 a head.
If you know of any free activities please share them with the group
Something for this weekend. The 2017 Festival & University Theatres features Barking Gecko Theatre Company‘s Bambert’s Book of Lost Stories.
Octagon Theatre, UWA
Saturday 30th September & Sunday 1st October
11am & 1.30pm
Hi, Jeffrey, thanks for joining the new Dad’s Group. Feel free to contribute to the forum – posting questions and answers – and especially giving us a heads up of any great father son or daughter activities in your neighbourhood.
Hi, Fremantle PS, thanks for joining the new Dad’s Group. Feel free to contribute to the forum – posting questions and answers – and especially giving us a heads up if you know of (or want to announce) any great father son or daughter activities in Fremantle.
Hi, Ben. Thanks for joining the new Perth Dad’s Group. Feel free to contribute to the forum – posting questions and answers – and especially giving us a heads up if you know of (or want to announce) any great father son or daughter activities in your neighbourhood.