Perth, Western Australia, is buzzing with a plethora of fun-filled activities for kids this July. From thrilling festivals to mesmerising musicals, there's something for every child to enjoy.

The Perth Winter Festival 2023: School's Out Winter Fest is set to kick off on July 1st and will run until July 16th at the Perth Convention & Exhibition Centre. This family-friendly event promises a magical winter wonderland experience with ice skating, snow hills, and thrilling carnival rides. Tickets start at just $39 plus booking fee (School Holidays).

For those seeking adrenaline-pumping action, the Freestyle Kings show is coming to the RAC Arena on July 8th. This family-friendly extravaganza features jaw-dropping stunts that will keep you at the edge of your seat for two hours of non-stop thrills. Junior tickets start from $44.90, and adult tickets from $74.90 (School Holidays).

From June 16th to July 30th, Kings Park and Botanic Garden will host the Lightscape Perth Events. This dazzling display of light, colour, and sound is sure to mesmerise kids and adults alike. Family tickets for four are available for $136 (School Holidays).

The Regal Theatre will be home to two fantastic musicals this month. The High School Edition of Chicago The Musical will run from July 27th to July 30th, with tickets priced at $60. The enchanting world of Winnie the Pooh will come to life from August 29th to September 3rd, with tickets starting from $65.90 (School Holidays).

What can I do after this month?

For those looking for a unique experience, the Cirque du Soleil will be performing at the RAC Arena from September 15th to September 17th. This breathtaking show features fantastic acrobatics in the air and on the ice. Tickets start from $76.40 (School Holidays).

Disney fans are in for a treat with the Disney Princess Concert on October 20th at the Riverside Theatre. This magical stage production features iconic music from your favourite princess movies. Tickets start from $79.90 (School Holidays).

The Harry Potter In Concert series will conclude with Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows (Part 2) on December 1st and 2nd at the Riverside Theatre. This unforgettable cinematic experience features the West Australian Symphony Orchestra performing the film score live. Tickets start from $35 (School Holidays).

For those looking for budget-friendly activities, the BOUNCE holiday camps offer action-packed sessions for kids aged 5 and above. These camps include various activities designed for different age groups and are a super fun, engaging, and healthy daily activity (School Holidays).

The Aquarium of Western Australia (AQWA) is another great destination for families. It offers a variety of activities, including free storytimes, a toddler playground, and colouring-in activities. Tickets for kids aged 2 and above are priced at $19, while adult tickets are $32 (School Holidays).

In conclusion, Perth is brimming with a variety of activities for kids this July. Whether your child is a thrill-seeker, a Disney fan, or an aspiring marine biologist, there's something for everyone in this vibrant city.

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Jul 12, 2023
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