The non-stop fun and family entertainment continues at Mandurah Forum with a full calendar of activity planned for the April school holidays.
From 16 April, an interactive jungle maze will be installed in the event space near Smiggle, where children can search for animal pictures strategically hidden throughout the maze.
By recording the names of the animals, children can also enter a draw for a change to win a fun prize.
On the outdoor kids' entertainment stage in the brand-new food court, Rock n Toddle stage shows will encourage children to move, groove, sing, dance and socialise as they share the love for music in a themed, interactive, high energy show.
The whole family can also enjoy a meal with a side of live entertainment in the new alfresco dining precinct, as local musicians will enter the stage every Friday from 4pm-7pm and every Sunday from 12pm-3pm.
Centre Manager Jacqueline McKenzie said there was no better time for families to discover and explore the transformed centre than during the school holidays.
“Families are loving the new look Mandurah Forum and are enjoying our beautiful new spaces and options for the whole family to dine, connect with friends and be entertained,” she said.
“With lots of opportunities to keep minds amused and tummies full, we encourage everyone to come down and explore all that the new Mandurah Forum has to offer.”
The activities are free of charge, continuing Mandurah Forum’s commitment to offer families ways to entertain the kids without breaking the bank during school holidays.
“We know school holidays can be hard on family’s budgets, so we’re pleased to continue to offer free activities here at Mandurah Forum,” she said.
• Jungle Maze in the event space near Smiggle daily (10am-2pm) from April 16-29.
• Rock n Toddle in the outdoor kids' entertainment stage in the food court every Saturday (11am-2pm) until April 28.
• Live music in the alfresco dining precinct every Friday (4pm-7pm) and every Sunday (12pm-3pm) until Sunday April 29.