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Ballarat Wildlife Park

Get an up close and behind the scenes look at the Ballarat Wildlife Park. Learn all about their baby crocodiles and how their team look after them each day. Experience all the wonders of the Park right from the comfort of your home. Or, if you’re wanting an even closer seat to the action, the BWP is now open again for visitors. All details can be found on their website here.

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Balance Play

Get the whole family active with the City of Ballarat’s Balance Play. Featuring an activity session around animals at the zoo, a fun way to get moving while at home. 

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BeTV! Episode 1

A rip-roaring time for Ballarat kids. Part of Be Kind Be Creative, a citywide response to isolation and lockdown. May 2020. Episode 1

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BeTV! Episode 2

It’s week 2 in our kid’s TV series, Hooray! Let’s take a trip to the Animal Refuge. Learn a Wadawarrung traditional dance or become a magician, but watch out for the BREAD!

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BeTV! Episode 3

Another hilarious romp through Ballarat. We have a singalong with Stella Savy, we meet weird history buff ‘Biff’ and go behind the scenes of Kryal Castle. We also get active with the team at the Aquatic Centre and Geoffrey reveals his true side!

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BeTV! Episode 4

What’s that smell? In this week’s episode of BeTV Gareth the llama can’t get a smell out of his mind. We make a rocket that really does explode (watch out and wear protective eye wear!) We learn how to draw, and get on the moustache catwalk.

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BeTV! Episode 5

Parent Place Ballarat

Make Playdough at Home

This is a super easy playdough recipe that doesn’t require cooking. Little helpers can help measure and mix but the real fun is in the kneading, rolling and squishing of the dough at the end!

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Butterfly Prints

Emma from the City of Ballarat’s Supported Playgroup team shows us how to make beautiful butterflies. We would love to see your butterfly creations.

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Little Languages – Canada

Join Meghan today as she travels to Canada! Listen to a Cree Folk tale, The Granddaughter Who Was Eaten by a Big Fish, a story about the importance of listening.