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Baby Bounce In The Park At Vasse

Explore some the many leafy green parks around Vasse Estate with Baby Bounce In  The Park – a brand-new summertime event series.

Run in conjunction with the City of Busselton Libraries, Baby Bounce in the Park offers the perfect opportunity to enjoy some sunshine, meet your neighbours and local library team, and have some fun with your little one.

What is Baby Bounce in the Park?

They’re free sessions full of songs & rhymes, suitable for newborns to toddlers.

You can also become a member of the City of Busselton libraries, borrow books from the mini pop-up library and learn about upcoming events like author talks and school holiday activities.

When & Where

Each Baby Bounce event will run from 10am to 11am at a different park in Vasse. Check out the dates and locations below.

  • Monday 24 October – Dawson Estate Nature Playground, cnr Napoleon Promenade & Amberjack Avenue
  • Monday 21 November – Elijah Circle Playground, Elijah Circle
  • Monday 19 December – Heritage Park, Oaks Drive (near Bohemian Brew)

Bookings aren’t required, so just come on down and join the fun.

About Baby Bounce

Baby Bounce is part of the State Library of WA Better Beginnings program. It gives your baby a gentle introduction to the world or learning, literacy and libraries – all while having fun along the way.

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