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Pinarc School Holiday Program:


We provide recreational and social activities for children and teenagers during the school holidays. These include a mixture or centre based and community-based activities including swimming, cooking and day trips. Allocations for the July School Holiday Program are now complete.

To enquire about the September Program, contact Beth Taylor 5329 1343 or

ACMI Wonderland Descriptive Tour


For people who are blind or have low vision, this exhibition will be described live by a professional tour guide. Tactile resources available.

14 July, 10am for kids and families, 1pm for adults
ACMI, Federation Square, Melbourne

ACMI Wonderland Low Sensory Exhibition Visits


An opportunity for people with autism or sensory sensitivities to view our Wonderland exhibition with reduced light and noise.

This is an opportunity for people with autism or sensory sensitivities to view our Wonderland exhibition in a low-sensory environment. During these sessions there will be a dedicated 'quiet zone', lowered sound and light stimulation, and fewer visitors in the exhibition at once.

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