mother and baby

Published 07 April 2021

Help encourage your baby or toddler's development and get to know other parents, with these great free or low-cost activities hosted by the City of Tea Tree Gully.

Book today as places are strictly limited. 

  • My baby - Share the journey of parenthood with interactive workshops for you and your baby. Workshops cover baby’s first foods, literacy and learning through play, returning to work, safety in the home, fitness and more.  More info.
  • My little crawler -  Six interactive workshops with free play time in a mini playgroup environment. Sessions include sensory activities and recipes to create your own sensory playtime at home. More info. 
  • My toddler - Children's weekly playgroup where children can engage in craft, fitness and music activities. More info.
  • Online baby bounce - Join us online to introduce under 2s to the joy of sharing nursery rhymes, action songs and bubbles. More info. 
  • Busy little bumble bees brekky playgroup - Indoor and outdoor play, craft and parachute singing time. A light breakfast is provided - eg fresh fruit,yogurt, muffins, toast and crumpets, with pod coffee for adults. Suitable for children aged 1-5 years. More info.
  • Mini Movers - A fun way to introduce babies and toddlers to the enjoyment of stories, nursery rhymes and songs. More info.
  • Tots in Tutus - Introducing basic concepts of rhythm and movement using games and dance to expand children's individual creativity. Suitable for children aged 3 to 5. Clothing choice is open, but elasticated tutus are available to borrow. More info.
  • Junior gym - Children can run, explore, crawl, climb, jump and sing and develop new skills. The one-hour sessions include free-play using play equipment, running, parachute games and music. More info.  
  • Family movement: dance together -  Fun dancing to get your heart rate up with your toddler. More info
  • Mums and Bubs movement: dance together: Fun dancing to get your heart rate up with your baby. More info.

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