July School Holidays in Byron Bay

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If you’re looking for some school holiday fun in Byron Bay, read on. We’ve compiled a list of attractions and activities to satisfy all ages that will make the July school holidays memorable for the whole family!

The Farm


The Farm is the perfect place to get the kids outdoors and into the fresh winter air these school holidays. Take a look at the fun and educational workshops on offer, including Mini Farmers Program, Farm Kids Bee Workshop and the Farm Kids Beneficial Bugs Workshop.

There is a range of kids workshops on at The Farm from 3 - 19 July.

Circus Arts Byron Bay


The best way to warm up is to get your body moving. Circus Arts in Byron Bay offers an exciting school holiday program that kids will absolutely love.

Circus Arts Byron Bay has school holiday programs running 1 - 20 July.

Whale Watching


The Winter school holidays is the perfect opportunity to go whale spotting with the kids. Come and watch the whales make their way up the east coast as they head for warmer waters up north. The season runs from May through July and September through November. 

There are many ways  to spot whales in Byron Bay, May through November.

Byron Bay Skateboard School


The Byron Bay Skateboard School has been in Byron since 2013, offering professional skateboard lessons for all ages, levels and styles. They have plenty going on over the holidays including day camps and skatepark tours. They also do very cool birthday parties.

The skateboard school offers a skate camp in their warehouse or a skatepark tour.

Brunswick Bush School


A fantastic source of endless fun activities for kids of all ages. From canoeing to the dying the Brunswick Bush School has a wonderful variety of outdoor activities at a very affordable price. Check them out these school holidays.

Brunswick Bush School has a July 2019 Holiday Program (for 6-12 years).

The Crystal Castle


A visit to the Crystal Castle is a relaxing and nourishing experience for the whole family. Slow down in nature as you walk around the magnificent natural surroundings. You can even sit inside a crystal cave! The stunning new “Dragon Egg” cave is available for all visitors to experience, free with your entry fee. 

The Crystal Castle is open 10am - 5pm daily and offer a family ticket option.

Sandology


Learn to carve sand like a pro with sandman Steve. In an unforgettable 1.5 hours you will learn how to make towers, archways, stairs, animals and balls out of just sand and water. Held in front of the Clarkes Beach carpark (cnr Massinger and Lawson streets).

Tuesdays, Thursdays and Sundays 4 - 21 July. $25 per person, booking essential.

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