As the April school holidays approach, families are on the lookout for things to do in Melbourne during these school holidays. A standout event, the Little Food Festival at Fed Square, emerges as a beacon for those wondering what to do during the school holidays. This unique festival, designed exclusively for children, promises a blend of education and fun. It's set to transform how our young ones view their meals and the environment. Over two days, the festival offers many activities on Wednesday 10th and Thursday 11th April 2024.

Kids can plant seedlings, engage in crafty endeavours, whip up nutritious meals, and even participate in a recycling relay race. They'll discover the wonders of a beehive, among many other activities, all aimed at fostering a healthier planet for future generations. Best of all? It's a free event, making it a must-visit during the school holidays.

Family Fun From Last Year's Festival

Join forces with renowned organisations like the Stephanie Alexander Kitchen Garden Foundation, Oz Harvest, and United African Farm. Big names like Bunnings are also part of this extraordinary two-day adventure. The festival not only offers a chance for families to bond but also instils essential values in the younger participants. It's an opportunity not to be missed for those seeking memorable things to do during the school holidays in Melbourne.

Bringing Dogs to Fed Square

Fed Square stands as a testament to Melbourne's inclusive spirit, welcoming everyone to its public spaces. This inclusivity extends to our furry family members too! Dogs are more than welcome to join in on the fun, provided they are on a lead. This open invitation ensures that all outdoor spaces and events at the Square embrace the whole family, paws and all. So, as you mark your calendar for the Little Food Festival, remember to bring along your four-legged companions. It's a fantastic way to enjoy the school holidays, ensuring no one misses out on the excitement and learning that the festival has to offer.