School Holidays

If you're looking for something different to entertain the kids these school holidays, Optus Stadium and its surrounding Stadium Park precinct have something for the whole family!


stadium tour


Take your kids on a breathtaking experience at the world’s most beautiful stadium at THE OZONE.

For the sports fan, our 90-minute Optus Stadium Tour takes you deep inside the walls to see the changerooms of the Fremantle Dockers, West Coast Eagles and the Perth Scorchers, and the kids can even see what it’s like to be part of the sports media team in the Dennis Cometti Media Centre.

Or, step into culture with an Aboriginal Cultural Tour around the Stadium precinct. Warrang Bridil’s tours aim to ‘close the gap’ on knowledge and understanding of Nyoongar people’s heritage through the sharing of their culture.

Those aged eight and above can take part in a HALO rooftop tour. Take the kids for a walk around the Stadium rooftop on this 90-minute tour, giving you behind-the-scenes access, a unique perspective of Perth City and a bird's eye view from the top of the stadium.

For those feeling more adventurous, step out of your comfort zone and experience VERTIGO. Those aged ten and above can leave the roof behind and hang out 42 metres over the field of play in this exhilarating 90-minute rooftop experience.



City View Café

Grab some kid friendly food these school holidays at City View Café!

Open for breakfast, brunch, lunch, afternoon tea or simply a sweet treat. Relax and enjoy the view while the kids enjoy the dedicated kid's corner with free colouring in.

The new menu offers a selection of delicious breakfast, lunch and takeaway options, all made using fresh WA produce.

Open from 7am – 3pm every day, excluding event days.



Stadium Park

There’s so much to do in Stadium Park, with miles of bike and footpaths and six nature playgrounds for kids of all ages. 

Pack a picnic and use the BBQ facilities in the Chevron Parkland, as the kids play on the playgrounds that dot the Swan River foreshore.

Just because the kids are on a break from school it doesn’t mean they need to stop learning. The 200m BHP Boardwalk allows them to discover information about the history of the Burswood Peninsula and the role and importance of Aboriginal culture in the area and across WA.

Stadium Park is free to access with limited on-site parking available along Marlee Loop, Bus Hub and Camfield Drive.