School holiday fun for kids
SCHOOL is still out for another month and Bundy kids are making the most of the break, flocking to the movies, beaches, bowling alley and pools.
Bundy Bowl and Leisure owner Peter McElligott said the centre had seen plenty of school holiday business.
"We've been pretty busy," he said.
"There are a lot of visitors around."
Mr McElligott said Boxing Day had been especially busy.
"We had lots of people coming in and escaping the hot weather," he said.
"We've had quite a few families coming in as well."
Other school holiday activities include:
Beading workshops for children at the Bundaberg Regional Art Gallery on January 16, 17 and 18.
The cost is $6 per child and bookings can be made by calling 4130 4750.
Two out of five sessions have already been booked out so get in quick.
New Year's Eve Lock-in Party at Bundy Bowl and Leisure for children aged six to 13. To buy tickets, call 4152 4334.
Children's movies now on at Reading Cinemas include 3D and 2D Puss in Boots, 3D and 2D Happy Feet 2, The Adventures of Tintin in 3D and We Bought a Zoo.
Surf Life Saving Queensland lifeguards will be patrolling every day from 8am to 6pm at many of the region's beaches.
Wide Bay Cricket Coaching Clinic to be held on January 10 from 8.30am to 3.30pm for $50.
To book, email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Bundaberg pools are open daily including the Anzac Pool, Norville Pool and Bundaberg Swim Academy.
The Bundaberg, Gin Gin and Childers libraries will reopen on January 3.
The Bundaberg Library offers fun activities for kids including board and computer games.