My teenager is bored! What is there for them to do during the restrictions?
- Word and Mouth
Word and Mouth (WAM) have heaps of different activities for young people to get involved in. This includes WAM live TV via Facebook – 6:30pm weeknights, streaming suggestions, playlist, reading suggests and so on.
- SAM (Shepparton Art Museum)
Great creative with ideas such as online ceramics workshops and Clay for Clay Community Instagram project. Get them to like the SAM Facebook page to check what is coming up.
- Home Grown Superstars AU
Weekly Instagram singing contest with a $500 weekly prize.
YouTube is an invaluable resource with millions of videos to learn anything and everything! Just type: “How to <insert hobby or skill>”. Take up art, graphic design, computers, coding, or app development, playing an instrument. hairstyling or makeup, stock trading or business, cooking, baking or pastry design, embroidery or weaving – so much to do!
A fun and free way to start learning a new language. Each lesson uses a variety of visual and engaging activities to learn vocabulary. It’s available on your desktop or on your favourite App store.
Audible is offering free audiobooks to get you through self-isolation! There’s 100s of audiobooks in multiple languages. If you don’t want to read there are heaps of Podcasts to catch up on.
Whether it’s shooting hoops in the driveway, kicking a ball in the backyard, running on the treadmill, going for a walk or accessing online fitness classes – physical activity is a great way to get a break from screen time.
- Facetime or Zoom with friends
Have a Facetime or Zoom catch up – you can even have a theme!
Council Facility Information
Greater Shepparton parks, playgrounds and recreation reserves
For up-to-date details about the status for all Council outdoor public spaces, including playgrounds, sporting fields, skate parks, off-leash dog parks, outdoor gym equipment, etc., please visit our Changes to Council services, programs and facilities page.
Lakes, rivers, boat ramps and jetties
All public boat ramps, piers and jetties on our lakes and rivers are open for recreational boating and fishing. Piers and jetties can continue to be used for walkers or people actively exercising. Requirements on physical distancing and maximum gathering numbers remain in place. Enjoy!
Aquamoves Lakeside Shepparton
To be informed about the current status of Aquamoves, please visit the Aquamoves website.
To be informed about the current status of Aquamoves, please visit the KidsTown website.
Shepparton Sports Stadium
Please call (03) 5832 9480 or visit our Changes to Council services, programs and facilities page for up-to-date details about the current status for Shepparton's sports facilities, including the Shepparton Sports Stadium.