Holiday Club

The fun of OSHC doesn’t stop at the end of term – we have holiday programs across the country.

With carefully designed programs that cater for primary school children of all ages, your children will be asking to come back for more! Some of the activities we have planned include games, arts & crafts, sport, excursions, cooking, coding and more.  

To attend any of our Holiday Clubs your child doesn’t need to be a student at the school where we operate. Just scroll down to see our interactive map and search for a service near you. 

To attend our care, you must register your child.

**Excursions cancelled in Autumn to mitigate Coronavirus (COVID-19) risk: Please scroll down to read more.

Find your nearest Holiday Club

Enter your suburb or postcode in the field below to see what programs are near you.


All planned Autumn holiday excursions cancelled to mitigate COVID-19 risk

We have made the informed decision to cancel all excursions this Autumn, and they will be replaced with other activities for the day within the service environment. We have made the decision based on advice that schools are receiving and how we can mitigate the impact of the Coronavirus, while maintaining much needed care for families in our services. 

Customers who have made Excursion bookings for their child this Autumn, if you want to keep those dates booked, they are now Club Based Days and the pricing will automatically reduce to the relevant charge. Alternatively, you can cancel your bookings for these dates online at no charge. 

Each day is a different experience

There are three uniquely different type of days that happen at Holiday Club:

Club Based Days

Club Based Days are special themed days, tailored around the children's interests. Children help decide the day’s activities using a wide selection of resources. Your on-site coordinators can offer more detail if you have questions as they plan these days right up to the start of holidays.

Incursion activities

Incursions are days in which a special activity is run at the program location. This could include a project, such as building a kite, or an activity provider visit, such as a yoga or sports clinic. We plan these as an extra special experience but they do come at a small increase in cost.


Excursions with Holiday Club are outbound activities where we leave the program to visit an exciting location. This could be to see a movie, learn new things at the museum or to meet animals at the farm. If you love the idea of your child being in different environments, they can always attend different Holiday Club locations to ensure that every day is an excursion.

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