Jungle sports continue at Ocean Keys Shopping Centre

Angela (4), Sky (5) and Jewel Dilger (2), of Merriwa. Pictures: ASCP Photography
Brendyn (4) and Nicolas Wong (9) with Venus Chui, of Butler.
Eva (5) and Wade (2) Goodge, of Mindarie.
Ida Jinkov (3) and Pima Hasitawech (6), of Clarkson.
Isabella Holl (12), of Quinns Rocks.
Jewel (2) & Sky Dilger (5), of Merriwa.
Scarlett Lloyd (4), of Greenwood, Jindalee’s Heath Leonard (6) and Clarkson’s Isaac Horley (4) with Peter Siani from Jungle Sports.
Michael (9) & Joshua Sebastian (11), of Yanchep, with Lily Hunter (9), of Kalgoorlie.
Eva Goodge (5), of Mindarie, with Byron (9) and Heath Leonard (6), of Jindalee.
Scarlett Lloyd (4), of Greenwood, with Samantha Wyndham from Jungle Sports.
Summer Conroy (6), of Quinns Rocks.
Angela (4), Sky (5) and Jewel Dilger (2), of Merriwa. Pictures: ASCP Photography Brendyn (4) and Nicolas Wong (9) with Venus Chui, of Butler. Eva (5) and Wade (2) Goodge, of Mindarie. Ida Jinkov (3) and Pima Hasitawech (6), of Clarkson. Isabella Holl (12), of Quinns Rocks. Jewel (2) & Sky Dilger (5), of Merriwa. Scarlett Lloyd (4), of Greenwood, Jindalee’s Heath Leonard (6) and Clarkson’s Isaac Horley (4) with Peter Siani from Jungle Sports. Michael (9) & Joshua Sebastian (11), of Yanchep, with Lily Hunter (9), of Kalgoorlie. Eva Goodge (5), of Mindarie, with Byron (9) and Heath Leonard (6), of Jindalee. Scarlett Lloyd (4), of Greenwood, with Samantha Wyndham from Jungle Sports. Summer Conroy (6), of Quinns Rocks.

JUNGLE sports and craft activities continue at Clarkson’s main shopping centre until Sunday.

Ocean Keys Shopping Centre encouraged children to go wild, learn tricks and brush up on their sporting skills with a pop-up sports field, nets, goals and hoops this month.

This week’s action includes hockey and rugby, with Jungle Sports mascot Roary the Lion posing for photos on Saturday.

For the arty ones there’s a jungle-themed craft station where kids can design animal masks and get crafty with animal scratch art.

All activities are free, but the centre encourages gold coin donations to the Perth Children’s Hospital Foundation.

They run from 11am to 2pm daily until January 28.

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