Kids fun on offer at Bleach* these school holidays

Keeping the kids entertained over the school holiday period can be tricky, but there’s no need to stress as Bleach* The Gold Coast Festival have you covered with an array of kid-friendly experiences on offer.

Here are some of the Bleach* Jnr events the little ones will love:

The Grand Get Down
Date: April 16
Where: Burleigh RSL Hall
What: 5 – 8 year olds along with their over 65-year-old grandparents can hit the dancefloor for a free, fun and joyful school holiday workshop by Everybody NOW! for the young and eternally young at heart.


Pyrophone Juggernaut
Date: April 17-21
Where: Bleach* at Burleigh
What: Hubbub Music’s Pyrophone Juggernaut is the largest hand-operated, multi-octave fire organ in the world – and it’s ship-shaped!! On Wednesday 17 April there are at two 25-minute performances at 7pm and 8.15pm. From Thursday 18 to Sunday 21 April three shows will fire up at 6pm, 7pm and 8.15pm. Take the kids down to Burleigh and be mesmerised by the melodious magic and sonic inferno in the park. In a fiery tuned spectacle, actual flames make pipes sing and musicians are the hardened deckhands, who are driven by their captain’s relentless beat.

Date: April 18-22
Where: Bleach* at Burleigh
What: Kids can jump on 180 fit balls buried in the sand on the beach. There will be free workshops on April 18 – 21 from 9am – 10am with some of the dancers from Dancenorth as well as a free jump & play on April 22 from 10am – 4pm.

The Collectors
Date: April 18-22 & 27
Where: Various Locations
What: This uplifting theatre experience for children aged 5–10 years is inspired by The Last Tree by celebrated Australian author Bruce Pascoe.

You Should Be Dancing Minis
Date: April 27 & 28
Where: Bleach* at Burleigh
What: Enjoy shiny, glitter-studded, mega mix of ultimate dance moves with a tropical twist! While the minis always steal the show (cuteness overload!), this is a fun event for the whole family.

Bleach* The Gold Coast Festival is on for 12 days from 17 – 28 April. Find more details at

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