Holiday fun proves popular

MOVING ALONG: Faith Diss, 8, with a colourful snail she created on Monday at Warrnambool Stadium. Picture: Rob Gunstone
MOVING ALONG: Faith Diss, 8, with a colourful snail she created on Monday at Warrnambool Stadium. Picture: Rob Gunstone
SPREADING WINGS: Reegan Searle, 10, with her painted butterfly. Picture: Rob Gunstone

SPREADING WINGS: Reegan Searle, 10, with her painted butterfly. Picture: Rob Gunstone

Being creative and colourful was the order of the day at Warrnambool Stadium on Monday. Children from across the city took part in a holiday activity day, organised by Warrnambool City Council. 

ON THE GO: Friends Karalee Tippett, 6, and Mailee Irvine, 6, get comfortable with some of the creepy crawlies. Picture: Rob Gunstone

ON THE GO: Friends Karalee Tippett, 6, and Mailee Irvine, 6, get comfortable with some of the creepy crawlies. Picture: Rob Gunstone

TEAM WORK: Friends Mitchell Osborne, 5, and Leopold Furynski, 5, get to work to create some impressive art. Picture: Rob Gunstone

TEAM WORK: Friends Mitchell Osborne, 5, and Leopold Furynski, 5, get to work to create some impressive art. Picture: Rob Gunstone

ARTISTIC: Indi Moloney, 7, concentrates on her colouring in with plenty of tools to chose from. Picture: Rob Gunstone

ARTISTIC: Indi Moloney, 7, concentrates on her colouring in with plenty of tools to chose from. Picture: Rob Gunstone

CREATIVE: Acacia Garner, 6, with the pipe cleaner spider she made. Picture: Rob Gunstone

CREATIVE: Acacia Garner, 6, with the pipe cleaner spider she made. Picture: Rob Gunstone