HOLIDAY GUIDE: Angela Stedman and Fenny Reynolds from Wide Bay Kids, which has received funding to publish a Bundaberg school holiday guide.
HOLIDAY GUIDE: Angela Stedman and Fenny Reynolds from Wide Bay Kids, which has received funding to publish a Bundaberg school holiday guide. Max Fleet BUNWBK

What's on these school holidays?

WANT to know what's on during the school holidays to keep the kids busy?

Look no further than the School Holiday Pocket Guide which will be published by Wide Bay Kids.

Wide Bay Kids spokeswoman Angela Stedman said the group was successful in securing funding from Bundaberg Regional Council which help cover the costs of producing the publication.

The printed guide, which will be known as the Bundaberg School Holiday Pocket Guide, will be produced and circulated around the Bundaberg region and will provide information about events, activities, and attractions happening during school holidays in June, September and December this year.

"Since starting our Wide Bay Kids website in 2012 we have been heavily involved in promoting events and activities across the Wide Bay," she said.

"We saw the need to produce a free local Bundaberg publication that was available both in print and online," Mrs Stedman said.

With 10,000 copies of the guide being circulated each school holiday period, locals can grab their own copies from schools, cafes, tourist attractions, service centres and shops.

The guide will also be distributed through letterbox deliveries to ensure members of the community will have the best opportunity to access the information.

Wide Bay Kids will consult with the community about what they would like to see included in the guide.

"We would like to invite community members and event organisers to submit events and activities via our website. It's free to promote your event so we want to encourage everyone to participate".

Wide Bay Kids Community is a not-for-profit group established in 2012 and it aims to provide information to communities within the Wide Bay region on things to do, events, activities and services available to families. This year nearly 30,000 people have visited the website, www.widebaykids.com.au, to date.