BIG4 Emu Beach Holiday Park
Albany, WA

School Holiday Activities

We love going the extra mile to ensure all our guests are enjoying their time with us as much as possible. That's why during school holidays, you can always expect additional activities to keep you and your family entertained!

BIG4 Emu Beach is heaven for families! With a wide range of fun kids' facilities, there's always something to keep everyone entertained. But we want to give you even more... That's why during the school holidays, we put on a Kids Club Holiday Program. Running from 9am to 11.30am from Monday to Friday (closed Saturday/Sunday), the kids will be sure to have a fantastic time with a range of activities and the chance to make new friends!


Due to COVID restrictions and Staff availability we can only accept 10 children each day and ask that parents please only book their kids in if they are definitely going and not book multiple days so all children can have a go at attending. If restrictions are lifted we can up numbers but will advise if things change. We hope you understand the position we are in and thank you for your patience.

*Please check with Reception for the latest Kids Club schedule.

BOOKINGS (we are trialing a new booking system):

Guests booked into the park over the holidays can go to Kids Club Form and complete a booking form request. Limited spaces available. Staff will contact you to confirm/decline booking.

Please be aware this doesn't guarantee a booking. We have limited spaces available and spaces are first in first booked. Staff will email confirmation of booked days. Bring your confirmation email with you and on check-in you will be given an Indemnity Form to complete and hand to Kids Club staff on your child's first day at the club. As this is a new system, feedback and suggestions will be gratefully accepted.

Some of the fun activities we have scheduled include:

  • Making masks
  • Making paper planes and races
  • Giant colouring in
  • Ice painting
  • And much, much more!

Kids Club

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