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Take your kids on an epic adventure in Kawana!

Take your kids on an epic adventure in Kawana!

Kids looking to let off some steam? Kawana is calling your name!

Take your kids on an epic adventure in Kawana!
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Kayaking in Lake Currimundi

From indoor adventures on wall-to-wall trampolines to one of the longest stretches of sand on the coast (9km!), there’s never a dull moment.

So, leave your devices at the door, grab your boogie boards and lace up your sneakers, your awesome day out with the kids in Kawana starts here.

Get your adrenaline pumping at Laserzone

Lazerzone Kawana’s futuristic, indoor arena is the ideal place for kids (and grownups) to totally blow off steam. Get your laser phasers ready and take on your opponent’s team by tagging them with the laser.

The suspense builds as soon you enter the building, with squeals of delight echoing through the foyer from kids racing around a multi-level indoor obstacle course, complete with music, fog, and lights.

Laserzone offers Virtual Reality experiences too, transporting older kids to whole other worlds. Or enjoy some of the old favourites in the Arcades area, including more than 2000 retro games.

Reach the Sky at Rockit Climbing Gym

Imagine a vast indoor area packed with lunar-looking rock walls set to challenge your kids’ limits and get them fully focused on reaching the top.

With 20 unique Top Rope walls and fun Lead Climbing nights, plus an epic Bouldering gym and the Coast’s only Moon Board, there’s mountains of climbing adventures for all ages and experience levels to enjoy at Rockit Climbing Gym.

So, grab your socks and shoes and get scrambling, it’s time to get vertical.

Bounce off the walls at Big Boing  

Soar through the air, rebound off walls and slam dunk like a pro basketballer at Big Boing, Birtinya.

With more than 50 wall-to-wall trampolines, Big Boing puts the bounce into FUN for the whole family.

Jump ‘til you can’t jump anymore and watch your kids challenge their friends on the ninja course or practice slam dunks, pull some aerial stunts and dodge balls.

And if you’re struggling to keep up with your energetic 8-year-old don’t worry, there’s an airconditioned “grownups” area with a café to grab that all important coffee, plus a toddler area with a foam pit and trampoline.

Ace it at Alley Oops Indoor Skatepark

Take your inner skater to the next level at Alley Oops, Birtinya, a top-notch indoor skate arena with half pipes, street skate and foam pit, plus a café and shop.

Alley Oops does loops around your average beach skate park with roller nights, two-hour skate sessions, scooter and skate camps, girls’ only sessions and special events.

So what are you waiting for? Get your deck and get into it!

Keep it cruisy at Currimundi Lake

Kayaking in Lake Currimundi
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Kayaking in Lake Currimundi

Canoeing, kayaking and stand up paddleboarding at Currimundi Lake is a top way to enjoy some water fun without the waves. The lake is a fantastic spot for younger kids to paddle in the shallow waters safely with loads of space for a marquee to make a day of it.

Hire your boards right on the lake’s edge at Thrills Espresso and wrap up the day with fish and chips, ice-creams or a smoothie from one of the two cafes at the mouth of the creek.

Currimundi is arguably one of the best places on the coast to spend the day with the kids. Big or small they’re bound to have a ball, so get amongst it next time you’re in Kawana.

Live it up at La Balsa Park

Mooloolah River Mouth, Mooloolaba, Sunshine Coast
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Mooloolah River Mouth, Mooloolaba, Sunshine Coast

Nestled at the foot of Point Cartwright and adjoining Mooloolaba Spit, La Balsa park has it all for families. With extensive playgrounds and multiple BBQ areas set on the banks of the sparkling Mooloolah River, is a hot spot of fun and relaxation.

Enjoy a swim or snorkel in the calm waters or stand at the end of the rock wall and watch the yachts and boats cruise by. Head for the surf around the point or challenge your family to a foot race up the grassy hill of Point Cartwright, before rambling back down.

The history behind the park’s name ‘La Balsa’ is full of adventure too, so it’s worth investigating during your day out. We won’t give it away, but here’s a hint: Ahoy from South America!

Bliss out at the beach! 

The coastlines of Kawana, including Buddina, Wurtulla, Birtinya, Warana and Currimundi offer some of the most pristine beaches in the world with clean white sands, consistent surf and life savers stations making sure parents can feel at ease with their kids in the water.

It’s an ideal spot to try skim boarding too or to cycle the newly extended coastal pathway running all the way from Pelican Waters (Golden Beach) to Birtinya and soon all the way through to Point Cartwright.

So, grab your surf boards or your boogie boards, and head out!

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