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School holidays are sorted at Nicholas Street Precinct, Ipswich

Brisbane, Free Fun, Outdoor Fun, Things to Do

Located within the Nicholas Street Precinct is Tulmur Place. It’s the city’s civic heart and community gathering place that features a performance stage, zero depth water splash play zone. Here you will also find Australia’s only dedicated Children’s Library and easy connectivity to the Ipswich Art Gallery, historic Top of Town and a range of dining options. There are also 1,000 carparks located right underneath Tulmur Place with three hours free, and walking access to Ipswich Central Train Station.

And this is also the location for the exciting school holiday program in store for Ipswich kids this Easter.

Happy Little Girls with Candyfloss at Nicholas Street Precinct Ipswich School Holiday Program

Candyfloss, kids activities and CoComelon make for a perfect school holiday!


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CoComelon to headline Nicholas Street Precinct school holiday program

Headlining the Easter school holiday program of activities is popular favourite CoComelon. JJ and his friends are heading to Ipswich and invite you to come along and explore, learn, and play.

Three colourful CoComelon activity zones are available to enjoy. Battle it out in mini putt putt, bowl your way through the bowling alley, and colour your world in the craft village. CoComelon shows are on from Saturday 1 April to Thursday 6 April, two performances daily at 10.00am and 12.00pm.

And for the big kids there is an 11-metre climbing wall to challenge even the most fearless of tweens. Available from Sunday 2 April to Thursday 6 April. Entry and activities in Tulmur Place are free and be sure to stop by the face painting and balloon twisting stations to capture some great photo memories.

Pack the kids’ swimmers and spend the whole day in the new revitalised heart of the Ipswich CBD. Park in the Nicholas Street Precinct car park, easily accessed by Bremer Street, then take the lift up to Tulmur Place and catch the first CoComelon show at 10.00am. Take part in all the activities from bowling to putt putt, then cool down in the zero-depth water splash play zone.

Kids Playing in the Water Fountains at Nicholas Street Precinct Ipswich

Pack the kids’ swimmers and spend the whole day in the new revitalised heart of Ipswich CBD.


There are plenty of lunch options including That Dumpling Place, Zambrero, The Little Pretzel Shop and Dominique’s Bakery. Grab a treat from Gelatissimo and there are plenty of coffee, tea and snack options from Stellarossa.

Spend the afternoon visiting the dedicated Children’s Library, Ipswich Art Gallery. Or take a stroll through Top of Town and shop the range of clothing and boutique stores. There’s so much to see and do in the city’s leading leisure, lifestyle and entertainment destination!



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By Angela Sutherland
After spending many years hustling stories on busy editorial desks around the world, Angela is now mum of two little ones and owner/editor at Kids on the Coast / Kids in the City. She is an atrocious cook and loves cutting shapes to 90s dance music.

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