Wow, our May/June edition is chock-full across ALL regions this issue!
On the Sunshine Coast this issue, I’m handing my magazine over to the region’s kids! After all, this magazine is about the kids, so why not give them a voice and let them have a chance to say what they are really thinking?
Our amazing guest editor, Amy from Matthew Flinders, has been hard at work attending photoshoots, proofing, writing columns and surviving the chaos of a print deadline. Whilst students across the region have been interviewing locals and putting on their journo heads to fill our pages with their favourite places to go, their favourite books, what they wish their parents knew, and what they feel the future holds for them.
It’s been eye-opening, challenging and a bundle of fun! I hope you enjoy reading it as much as the kids did compiling it!
In Brisbane this issue we are all about reading, and the real-life superpowers that a love for reading can bring to our kids. So much more than simply turning pages, these superpowers might just open doors for them too, and give them the best possible start in life.
As well as becoming bookworms, we take a quick trip up the Bruce Highway to Australia Zoo to check out their fun program of being a Zookeeper for a Day. Such a special experience it’s well worth the drive.
And as always, we have a round-up of the best events Brisbane has to offer throughout May and June as well as the usual local news, reviews and more.
On the Gold Coast this issue, we also don our capes to become reading superheroes, and explore the amazing superpowers that a love for reading can bring our little ones.
Then we take a drive to the Sunshine Coast to enjoy a kid-tastic weekend in Noosa. And closer to home, we check out the family-friendly festivals that will hit the Gold Coast this autumn.
We also sit down and chat to the amazing mamas behind the Coast’s favourite markets – The Village Markets.
And as always, we have a round-up of the best events happening on the Gold Coast throughout May and June
as well as the usual local news, reviews and more.
With love and sunshine,