Eco-explorers promises educational fun for children
Eco-explorers promises educational fun for children

Holiday stuff for kids to do: Eco-explorers program

THE Gold Coast Environmental Council is set to host field excursions at the Currumbin estuary over the school holiday break.

With the mid-year school holidays upon us again many parents will face the difficult task of keeping their youngsters entertained and active during the school break.

If you're looking for something fun, active, and educational for the holiday break then it may well be worth checking out Gecko's Eco-explorers program.

According to Gecko's Vice President Dereka Ogden, the Eco-explorers program provides a great school holiday activity.

"The kids are outside exercising and having fun, while learning about the environment," she said.

The Eco-explorers program runs for four separate days over the next two weeks, each day with its own unique environmental theme.

For more information or to register head to the gecko web page gecko.org.au/education/eco-explorers



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