The 9th annual STEPS Autism Treehouse Christmas Party dedicated to creating a safe and festive space for children with autism will return to the Sunshine Coast on this Sunday, November 27.
The event will feature an array of water slides, rides and obstacle courses, a petting zoo with ponies, a visit from Santa and so much more.
All of these exciting activities will be taking place on two fully fenced football fields at the Kawana Sports Precinct, giving parents that extra peace of mind when their children are roaming between attractions.
STEPS Pathways Charity CEO Anne Nioa said the STEPS Autism Treehouse Christmas Party offers a unique opportunity for children living with a disability or autism to enjoy themselves freely without any judgement.
“The best thing about this Christmas party is that everybody feels like they belong. It’s wonderful to see all members of the family enjoying a day out in a truly inclusive environment,” Ms Nioa said.
“It doesn’t matter if your child gets overwhelmed or upset, no one is going to judge because they’ve seen it all before. For a lot of these families, this is one of the only large-scale events they can truly look forward to each year and we’re so thankful to be able to provide that.”
Whether you’re staying for a few hours or the whole day, there will be plenty of undercover seating to keep you cool during the warm weather, with a variety of food and drink options also available.
Grab your tickets on trybooking before it’s too late or at [www.bit.ly/stepschristmasparty]www.bit.ly/stepschristmasparty for $15 each, $50 for a family of four or $60 for a family of five.
This event is open to everyone and will run from 9am-2pm.