Eglinton: hundreds enjoy free Klub Kinkuna school holiday activities


Emily Yanicki (11).

WCF Heatwave Cheerleaders.

Lauren Clark (2).

Anares Chisakula (8), Olivia McMillan (12), Teisha Martin (12) and Madeleine Chisakula (6).

Zac Andrews (4).

Ava Barrett (5), Jessica Barrett (2), Kristina Reid, Arabella Reid (2), Klara Reid (2).

Harrison Clark (4).

Joondalup Wolves Basketball Club who held a fundraising sausage sizzle.
Emily Yanicki (11). WCF Heatwave Cheerleaders. Lauren Clark (2). Anares Chisakula (8), Olivia McMillan (12), Teisha Martin (12) and Madeleine Chisakula (6). Zac Andrews (4). Ava Barrett (5), Jessica Barrett (2), Kristina Reid, Arabella Reid (2), Klara Reid (2). Harrison Clark (4). Joondalup Wolves Basketball Club who held a fundraising sausage sizzle.

MORE than 900 people took part in a free three-day school holiday program at an Eglinton playground.

Allara estate’s free Klub Kinkuna activities included a climbing wall, monster obstacle course, soccer, dodgeball, tug-of-war and basketball at Kinkuna Park.

The Joondalup Wolves Basketball Club held a fundraising sausage sizzle and WCF Heatwave Cheerleading performed, while the North West Metropolitan Police and Community Youth Centres team were also on site.

Nat Peroomal attended two of the events with her two sons who said they could not wait to come back.

“We came to one of the events earlier in the week and returned again as the kids had an absolute ball,” she said.

“It’s been great, free school holiday fun and thanks to Allara who have put together a well organised event.”

The 240ha estate is being developed by Satterley Property Group and LandCorp.

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