Hundreds of exciting activities and events for young people to sign-up for and enjoy over the school holidays are now available in Darwin, Palmerston, Katherine, Alice Springs, Tennant Creek and the Gove Peninsula that will keep everyone busy.
That includes “loads of free activities” and low-fee activities throughout the school break, the government said.
Each region has its program of events to ensure that the activities and services echo the communities’ needs while remaining relevant to locals, the government said in a statement, that will see everything from workshops and training programs to entertainment and dance lessons.
Young people in Darwin will have more than 40 activities to choose from including gaming, basketball, pool parties and barista training.
Palmerston will deliver more than 60 activities that will include the popular Palmerston Youth Festival.
Katherine will see touch football clinics, bike maintenance workshops, skateboarding and laser tag clinics, while Alice Springs will be offering a huge non-stop 160-activity schedule made up of big-screen gaming, movie nights, and youth band night and hip-hop workshops, among others.
Youth from Tennant Creek will be discoing, attending soccer workshops and movies, and dancing lessons. Those in Gove will be enjoying movies, scooter workshops and food and games.
“This school holiday will keep young people busy with discos, sporting activities, excursions, cooking classes and the celebration of NAIDOC Week, allowing children and families to spend quality time together,” Barkly Regional Council’s Youth Centre Coordinator Ade Rizal said.
For the complete events program click here.