Underbelly Arts Festival for kids

Part of the Kinderling Conversation for parents. Weekdays 12pm-1pm.

Mon 27 July 2015

11 mins

Underbelly Arts Festival hits Cockatoo Island this weekend (Aug 1-2).  For families looking for a day out, there is Funderbelly on Sunday, an exciting and interactive program for kids. You can grab a map and activity book for the kids and go on an adventure around the island.

GUEST: Eliza Sarlos, Artistic Director of the Underbelly Arts Festival

WEBSITE: Underbelly Arts Festival 2015

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