Teddy Bear Hospital Pop Up Play Space

Tuesday, 5th July
Teddy Bear Hospital Pop Up Play Space
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With The Healthy Play Project

Tuesday, 5th July 2022
10:00 am - 10:30 am
11:00 am - 11:40 am
12:00 pm - 12:30 pm
1:00 pm - 1:30 pm

Children's Playground

What do you do when your teddy bear is sick? Take him to the Teddy Bear Hospital of course!

In collaboration with The Healthy Play Project, the Teddy Bear Hospital Pop Up Play Space will be at Gympie Central these school holidays.

Children are invited to bring along their favourite comfort toy for their Health Check-up and a pop up play full of fun activities. Teddy can have an X-ray, receive an ear check and so much more.

If you don’t have a Comfort Toy you can bring along, that is okay we have Teddy friends that would love you to take them for their health check up. Just let us know at the door.*

Bookings are essential - book your time HERE

DATE: Tuesday 5 July

LOCATION: Children’s playground Gympie Central

TIME: Session times start at 10am,11am,12pm & 1pm

COST: Free

*Event suitable for children under 7

A focus on community support and programs will be available on the day for families to getter a better understanding of resources available within the Gympie region. Qualified Occupational Therapists and Speech Pathologists will be available for any questions you may have. Some of the groups that you can chat to on the day are;

  • North Coast Aboriginal Corp for Community Health
  • Gympie Community Place and Healthy Play Project
  • Bushkids
  • Anglicare Child & Family Connect
  • Life Without barriers
  • Laurel Place
  • Community action
  • Family & Child Connect
  • Harmony House
  • Family Day Care
  • QLD Paramedics
  • Story time with the Gympie Library

The “Healthy Play” project is an initiative of the Gympie Local Level Alliance. It is managed by Gympie Community Place and funded by the Australian Government through the PHN (Primary Health Network).

The initiative aims to support child development and school readiness for vulnerable families in the Gympie region.


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