Circus fun and fantastic food with the kids this holiday!
If you are looking for something a little different to do with the kiddies this holiday, be sure to spend a day at Circus Arts in Byron Bay. This location is the ultimate spot for families who want to enjoy time together while participating in unusual and exciting activities. Whether you’re after something challenging like rock climbing or relaxing like yoga, Circus Arts offer a wide range of fun programmes for all ages and abilities allowing everyone to have fun during the school break. Be sure to check out the circus show which is running every day this week from 12pm; this a truly spectacular show which will be sure to make the whole family entertained. On top of this, Circus Arts are running all their usual programmes including Flying Trapeze, Kinder Circus, and indoor climbing as well as special holiday workshops where the kids can enjoy either a half day or full day jam-packed with adventure. While the kids learn to master the art of circus life, take time to enjoy some zen with their adult yoga classes and enchanting cafe where you can indulge in a relaxing coffee and snack. If you have a little one who doesn’t like the idea of leaving you for a whole day, let them run wild in Circus Art’s fantastic Playspace.
Where: 17 Centennial Circuit, Byron Bay, NSW, 2481
Be sure to fill up all those rumbling stomachs before your fun-filled day at Circus Arts with a delicious and nourishing breakfast at Ginger Pig Restaurant and Bar. This central located restaurant and bar is one of the best well-known brekky hubs in Byron Bay where you are guaranteed a fantastic feed. Take a seat with your little ones in their quirky decor location as you indulge in a traditional breakfast feast with a twist. If you’re feeling in the mood for something sweet – after all you’re going to burn it off during the day – be sure to try their french toast which is served up with all the trimmings fit for a queen. If you’re one that goes for best sellers, order the house-cured salmon served with avocado, spinach, hash brown, poached egg and drizzled in lemon oil; this dish will be sure to satisfy your early morning cravings. For the kids a selection of plates can be chosen such as pancakes, porridge, eggs on toast, or if there is nothing that seems to tickle their tastebuds, ask the friendly team at Ginger Pig Restaurant and Bar to rustle up something you know they’ll love. Be sure to wash everything down with one of their signature coffees, or if you’re feeling fruity one of their fresh zingy juices.
Where: 85 Jonson Street, Byron Bay, NSW, 2481
What kid doesn’t love pizza? After your fun day out at the wonderful Circus Arts, swing by Earth ‘n’ Sea Amazing Pizza and Pasta for one of the best Italian dishes in town. This restaurant prides itself on being, well you’ve guessed it, amazing. In the business since the good ol’ days of 1972, this family owned joint certainly knows a thing or two on how to impress customers with fantastic food. Choose from their diverse range wholemeal based pizza which includes classic favourites we all know and love as well as various creations which are suitable for a variety of different diets. If you’re a lover of seafood be sure to dive into the Cruel Sea which is topped with prawns, clams, mussels and black olives. For kiddies under 10 years old, let them choose from either the children’s menu which includes a range of pasta dishes, or the pizzas off the regular menu which can be sized down to suit their appetite. Don’t forget to order their famous baked dough balls served with their very own garlic butter; these are a favourite choice with both locals and visitors of Byron Bay. Be sure to check out this fabulous Italian influenced restaurant after your long day of zen with the kids.
Where: 4/1 Byron Street, Byron Bay, NSW, 2481
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