1. Australian Museum Early Birds: Autism and Sensory Friendly Mornings

Start your holiday adventures at the Australian Museum with Early Birds, providing a reduced sensory, relaxed, and supportive environment. This exclusive experience is held before the Museum opens to the public (8am – 10am), and it is designed to make the visit more accessible for individuals with autism and those with other access requirements. Bring your friends and family to enjoy a unique and inclusive museum experience.

Learn more and plan your visit: Australian Museum Early Birds


  1. City of Parramatta Council: Disability-Inclusive School Holiday Programs

The City of Parramatta Council offers a range of inclusive school holiday programs with 42 sessions catering to over 1200 participants. These programs are tailored to different age groups, ensuring that activities match the skills and abilities of each participant. Registration is now open. Don’t miss out on this opportunity for a holiday filled with fun and inclusivity!

Explore the programs and register: Parramatta School Holiday Programs


  1. Code Camp: Technology Adventures for Kids of All Abilities

Code Camp hosts school holiday camps across Australia, offering 3D animation, coding, web building, and DJ camps for kids of varying ages and abilities. With over 100 locations, Code Camp provides a dynamic and engaging learning experience. Encourage your child’s creativity and technological skills in a supportive environment.

Discover the Code Camp experience: Code Camp


  1. Nereids Special Needs Swim School: Private Swim Lessons at Your Home Pool

For a fun-filled and supportive experience, Nereids Special Needs Swim School provides private swim lessons at home pools across Sydney and the Greater Sydney area. Tailored to individuals with disabilities, these lessons offer a personalised approach to swimming, promoting water safety and enjoyment.

Learn more: Nereids Special Needs Swim School


  1. Australian National Maritime Museum: Sensory-Friendly Sundays

Experience a comfortable and inclusive environment at the Australian National Maritime Museum during Sensory-Friendly Sundays. Open extra early for a quieter experience, this event caters to kids and adults on the autism spectrum and visitors with diverse abilities. Enjoy creative activities facilitated by trained staff and volunteers on December 10, January 14 and 21, February 25, and March 24, from 8:30 am to 11:30 am.

Plan your visit: Sensory-Friendly Sundays at the Maritime Museum


This holiday season, LiveBig encourages families to embrace inclusive and sensory-friendly activities, to ensure that your holidays are filled with fun and time for relaxation. Happy holidays from LiveBig!