Building on the success of their inaugural summer lantern event, Boneo Maze is hosting a school holiday program to promote well-being, relaxation and connection for families. Commencing on Good Friday with kid’s yoga and nature craft activities, the program also includes indigenous cultural tours.
Held in the heart of the park, the kid’s yoga is aimed at children from 5 to 10 years as a fun, mind-body activity. Available every day from Good Friday until Sunday April 3, the yoga is being offered free of charge (park entry fee required).
As well as the free Easter holiday program, the kids will be kept busy by the regular program of adventure activities including pedal boats, climbing wall, bungy trampolines and inflatable waterslides.
Bookings are essential for the indigenous cultural tour, inspired and led by Gunditjamara elder, Uncle Lionel Lauch with his unique presentation ofliving culture. With permission from Bunwurrung elder, Aunty Carolin Briggs, Lionel will take visitors on a walk through the wetlands sharing stories and identifying bush tucker plants and their significance to Aboriginal people. The 1 hour tour commences at 10.30 am (check dates) at a cost of $30pp. The tour includes a didgeridoo healing meditation and visitors are free to enjoy the rest of the 27-acre park, mazes, free activities and games garden afterwards.
For more information: www.boneomaze.com.au or telephone 5988 6385.
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