What’s On At Lane Cove Holiday Park Park These School Holidays

Lane Cove Holiday Park makes sure that junior visitors are well looked after in school holidays, and, of course, this makes a stay more of a holiday for the adults too.

In the upcoming April school holidays, here is what you will find.

 

PS Our full review of Lane Cove Holiday Park is here.

 

 


Kids Club 

During the Easter holidays, between Saturday 4th April and Saturday 25th April 2020, there’s a arrange of fun things to do to keep the kids entertained.

Taking part in these activities really helps children to make friends, as well as to enjoy the outdoors and take part in fun arts and crafts.

Activities include:

  • Kids Yoga
  • Boardwalk Art
  • Face Painting
  • Kids Disco
  • Movie Nights
  • Easter Egg Hunt
  • Sand Art
  • Kids Airbrush Tattoos
  • Movie Nights and Disco Nights

Generally, activities take place from 9am – 11am and are ideal for children aged 3 – 12 years, with an adult accompanying. Disco and movie nights are open to all ages.

 


The Brand New Playground

There’s a brand new playground coming into the Holiday Park, above you can see its design. Stand by for photos once the playground is complete and they have been taken.

 


 

The weekly Spotlight Tour in Lane Cove National Park shows visitors the park’s beautiful places

 

The Spotlight Tour

Lane Cove Holiday Park offers a complimentary bushwalk every Saturday, called The Spotlight Tour. The tour starts at dusk from reception and it is suitable for all ages. 

My daughters were fascinated by what they learned

A water dragon, spotted in the bush on the Spotlight Tour. These lizards are quite commonly seen around Sydney, they look fierce but are totally harmless.

Lane Cove National Park is home to some 7000 species of native flora and majestic trees. Peter, our qualified tour guide was very knowledgeable, experienced and patient with kids, says Mireia Garriga Seguranyes.

Lorikeets in their nest

Lane Cove National Park is a sanctuary for urban native wildlife. During the tour, we had the chance to spot several animals from the spiny eastern water dragon to kookaburras and even swamp wallabies – and we saw wildflowers, which bloom around the park year-round, although the best time of the year is at the end of winter. 

My daughters loved the fact that the tour runs in the evening, and so, they had to use the torches. What an adventure for a 9, 7 and 5-year-old!

Important notes:

  • Book with reception, maximum of 15 people 
  • Rechargeable torches are supplied
  • Wear enclosed shoes
  • Tour is only cancelled if heavy rain occurs

Lane Cove Tourist Park is putting a lot of effort to provide habitats for local species. Can you spot a nesting box in this tree?

 

Peter -our tour guide- explained some interesting things about the termite nests. This one was massive!

 

Kids can learn about the different tree species within Lane Cove National Park. This is a stringy bark tree. We also learnt about the Sydney red gum and the blue gum, besides the casuarina.

 

Taking a closer look at a scribble gum

 

Read more about the flora, fauna and indigenous heritage of Lane Cove National Park here.

 


 

Lane Cove Holiday Park Bookings

Address: 13 Plassey Road, North Ryde NSW 2113, Australia

Phone number: (02) 9888 9133

Book on the website, click here

 


 

Lane Cove Holiday Park Map

 

Check out more photos and our in-depth look at Lane Cove Holiday Park here.

Adults in need of an easy country escape in the city might like the gorgeous Tandara Glamping at Lane Cove Holiday Park, click here. 

 

 

PS This post supported by Lane Cove National Park. All opinions are the writers’ own.  

 

 

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Posted on: March 16, 2020

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