What’s on for kids and families this weekend? There are plenty of events for kids and families this weekend in Sydney, Melbourne, Brisbane, Adelaide, Perth and Newcastle. We have listed some of our top events for kids and families that are weather dependant in your city below. No need to check with the weather man. We have you covered for nice and iffy weather this weekend.

SYDNEY

If the weather is fine….

  • The  Sydney Family Show kicks off this weekend at Entertainment Quarter Moore Park. With FREE entry there is plenty to entertain the whole family with live stage shows, show bags, rides, games and animals.

If the weather is iffy….

  • Bring the whole family to the State Library of NSW on Sun 25th March to celebrate Multicultural March. Stories, music and craft will keep the young and the young at heart entertained all day.

MELBOURNE

If the weather is fine….

  • Architecturally designed cubby houses, floral wonderlands, roving live entertainment, face painting, kid’s activities and hands-on gardening workshops; bring your mini gardening gurus and floral friends to the Melbourne International Flower & Garden Show this weekend, featuring fun for all the family.

If the weather is iffy….

  • Check out the latest Brickman’s exhibition at the Melbourne Museum over the weekend. The Brickman Awesome exhibition will inspire all lovers of LEGO to get creative. The exhibition is made up of 39 never-seen-before LEGO® models, totalling more than 2 MILLION bricks and clocking up more than 5,000 hours of build-time!

BRISBANE

If the weather is fine….

  • Practice your egg hunting skills before Easter Day at the Neighbour Day Easter Egg Hunt. The day will comprise of a FREE Easter Egg hunt, FREE face painting, FREE kids activities including egg and spoon races, potato sack races, blow up soccer and the Easter Bunny himself.

If the weather is iffy….

  • Bring your little Einstein and lover of science to the Queensland Museum this weekend for the World Science Festival. Get hands on with some fun science workshops or sit back and head to the GOMA cinema for some fun short flicks at Shorts for Shorties.

ADELAIDE

If the weather is fine…..

  • Catch an outdoor screening of Paddington 2 or the Greatest Showman at the American Express Openair cinemas in Glenelg. Enjoy the show under the stars while the weather isn’t too cold.

If the weather is iffy…..

  • Get into the Easter spirit at The Grove Shopping Centre for a fabulous Easter Bonnet Parade and Peter Coombe performance. Parents, help your child to create an Easter bonnet and bring them along to star in The Grove’s parade. They could WIN Haigh’s Chocolate. Haigh’s Easter Bilby will be visting between 10.30am and 1.30pm on this day.

PERTH

If the weather is fine….

  • It’s Bike Week and this weekend jump on your bike and head to the various activities planned for this annual event. Join in the Baysie loves Bikes family friendly treasure hunt on Sunday where you can go in the draw to win a new bike.

If the weather is iffy……

  • Calling all scurvy dogs! You are required to be at the WA Museum tomorrow the 24th March for the opening of the Horrible Histories exhibition. Cap’n your own pirate ship, design a fearsome flag, and arm yer’self with wicked weapons – from cutlasses to cannons. Discover the rigorous rules and perilous punishments that was a part of life aboard ship, and gather ’round to hear tales of menacing pirate men and women.

NEWCASTLE

If the weather is fine…..

  • You are invited to enjoy a day celebrating our multi-cultural society at the Harmony Day Festival. There will be cultural dances, singers, food stalls, speakers and activities for kids and teens. Come on down to Heaton Park and meet your local community!

If the weather is iffy…..

  • Escape the rain and head indoors for an advanced screening of A Wrinkle in Time at Reading Cinemas Charlestown on Sunday 25th March. If you have read the book, you can now see the Disney movie.