Let Code Camp inspire your children to get creative with technology these holidays, learn some valuable new skills, have fun and make new friends. With a wide range of in-person camps and online programs available, there really is something for everyone. Choose from beginner to advanced coding camps, robotics, stop-motion animation, DJing, video production and so much more!

Not sure where to start?

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Code Camp’s flagship coding programs are the perfect way to begin your child’s Code Camp journey. Choose Little Coders for ages 5-7 to take their first steps into the world of coding and Spark for ages 7-12 to use drag & drop coding to create an awesome arcade-style game.

Plus, their most popular creative camps are back this season including Minecraft Engineers, Roblox Legends, Robotics Camp, and YouTube Creators, offering the coolest few days of STEM learning and fun.

Head to their website to see the full range of fun and engaging holiday camps and check what’s on near you.

Code Camp details

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Where: There are Code Camp locations across all areas of Brisbane and the Gold Coast these school holidays!

When: Sessions will be running from 9:30am – 3:30pm*, 24th June 2024 – 5th July 2024.

Cost: Code Camp pricing starts from $129 for week-long online programs and $275 for 2 day in-person camps.

*Drop-off starts from 9am and pick-up ends at 4pm. Extended hours from 8am until 5pm are offered at selected venues.

For more information, or to book a day of school holiday fun, visit the Code Camp website.


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Code Camp’ School Holiday Program has been rated 4.9 stars from over 1,090 parent reviews on Product Review.

I was amazed at my son’s creation! I am so impressed with my son’s Code Camp creations. He edited a YouTube video that looked way more professional than the ones he watches! He’s 9! They did an amazing job of encouraging his skills!” – Ebony

Wonderful classroom content delivery. My son enjoyed his time and he said it was really fun. Satisfied that he got to experience coding, and he also asked to go for more coding classes. He found it very useful and this has perked up his interest in coding his own games.” – A. Ng

My child really loved the experience. she felt a sense of accomplishment after seeing her first animation video. She was amazed by the fact that to get a small clip how many frames had to be captured. Since the camp, every time she is watching a cartoon, she seems to think on the lines of how that animation would have been produced, which as a parent is a really amazing to see, as she managed to take away more from the course. She really liked the trainers a lot.” – Sandhya

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