For Children in Kindergarten to Year 6

Invite your friends and make new ones. We will have fun together playing active games, mastering Lego challenges and creating through art, craft, cooking – and more.

Registrations open early term 2 – numbers are limited, so register early so your children don’t miss out. Please note: walk in registrations are not available to allow time for catering and adequate preparation of activities.

We will be providing many opportunities for children to have lots of fun in a safe and engaging environment, whilst sharing with them what Christians believe and who Jesus is.

SUPA Holiday is open to everyone regardless of their beliefs. 

When: July school holidays – dates TBC 

Time: 9am- 3pm (drop off starts from 8.30am)

Location: St Peter’s Anglican Church, 1 Watling Place, Weston.

Cost: TBC (2022 costs were $20 a day or $30 for both days, per child). Financial assistance is available if needed: please contact the SU Office at or 0477 091 973.

Please provide your child/ren with a healthy lunch each day. Morning tea and afternoon snacks will be provided.

The timetable and a social story with information on the leaders, venue and activities will be sent to all registered parents/carers prior to camp to help you and your child prepare for camp.

The video shows a series of photos from our 2019 SUPA Holidays Program where everyone is having fun in a range of activities, some of the photos show drumming, art, cooking, small group discussions, and leaders and kids playing.

Want to be a leader? Please contact Kristina at

SU ACT are committed to providing safe people, programs and places. All volunteers hold WWVP cards and are trained and screened appropriately to ensure a safe and fun program for all participants.

Child Safe logo. There are two long organge rectangles. The first one is the biggest and reads Child Safe as one word. Child is written in white, safe is written in blue. In the smaller rectangle underneath in a smaller white font the text reads safe people, safe programs, safe places