Events @ Code Club


Program Your Future, powered by Vivid Ideas!


{Program Your Future} is a fun, family-friendly event that inspires kids and parents to program their world.

Brought to you by Code Club Australia, this full-day hackathon is the place to be for girls and boys ready to explore innovation, art and STEM. Throughout the day, parents, carers and kids work together to develop computational skills, critical thinking and entrepreneurial prowess. Kids take a design-thinking approach to their concepts and delve into the world of coding using Scratch, Raspberry Pi and offline programming systems. With an emphasis on fun and experimentation, every project promises to be as unique and creative as the minds of its makers!

This event is suitable for kids aged 8-15. Code Club believes in the power of all kids, so this event is open to all kids and skill levels.

Younger kids?
Does your 8-12 year old have a younger sibling? For the first time, Code Club is providing a space for kids aged 6-8 to play and interact with code and programming. Please note: we do not recommend that families come along expecting a full programme for under 8s at this session.


Sat. 26 May 2018
10:30 am – 4:00 pm AEST


Sydney Startup Hub
Level 1
11 York St
Sydney, NSW 2000


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Smart Cities By Kids

Smart Cities By Kids!


Join Code Club Australia and the City of Sydney, for our FREE Smart Cities by Kids event!

Smart Cities by Kids is all about encouraging kids to use exciting new technologies, to create a smart and sustainable place to live, a Smart City; created by our kids, for our kids. We’ll be hosting three rotating workshops throughout the day, for kids to have a go at using coding to improve the world around them.

Throughout the day groups of kids and their parents will rotate through three intermediate level workshops to create their own Smart City -

BBC Micro:bit and Water Usage - Monitoring and watering plants with Python and Internet of Things

Green your City with Scratch - Use intermediate level block-based coding to grow a city’s garden

Monitor weather with Python - Log and track weather in your community, and understand the community benefits.

This event also includes a short lunch break. Lunch will be provided.


Sat. 14 April 2018
10:30 am – 3:00 pm AEST


Rex Centre
58A MacLeay Street
Potts Point, NSW 2011


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