Program 2018

There were 35 activities on the day. The event was run by 65 people. 29 of which where edge community volunteers and state library voluneteers.

Here is a snap shop of the day from children who attended-These interviews were taken during the Vox pop doc workshops


I wanted to say how impressed I was with the Fun Palace program. It was absolutely incredible with the amount of different programs and activities available for kids. I would love to help out again if there are any other opportunities in the future. It was brilliant. Thank you for the chance to help out. (Ashley, emerging arts worker)

Thanks for your email, for inviting me to participate and for helping organise things. I enjoyed the day and the whole feel of the Edge on the day – I would be happy to come back again. (Andrew King, Engibear)

I had a great time during my time at the Fun Palace. I was glad to be part of the team for Marshmallow Catapults as well as helping out with the slime bouncy ball as it was in high demand! I was wondering if there will be a next time. If so, I would be happy to contribute to it. (Amanda, STEM education student)

It was a pleasure to work with you guys! I had so much fun :) (Jo, Flubber bouncy balls workshop facilitator)

Workshop Template

30min workshops

20min walk ups

50mins workshops

All day

3hr workshop

Info and Tours

Photos from the day

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