Oh what a beautiful morning - outdoor fitness for kids by the sea

We recently enjoyed a Wednesday morning outing to North Burleigh Surf Club to check out the Cheeky Monkeys program.

After arriving at the Surf Club - which has the most gorgeous beach views - I registered Miss 3 at the counter, ordered a milkshake and paid the $9 for Miss 3's platter - the cost includes the 30 minute activity with a trainer from Leaps and Bounds.

Miss 3 and her little friends, along with various other 3-5-year-olds enjoyed a variety of supervised activities that got them moving. 
My mummy friends and I could enjoy a cuppa or some morning tea, while watching the kids have some fun on the lawn right in front of the Surf Club (between the Surf Club, footpath and beach).

At the end of the session, the trainers escorted the kids into the bistro area to return them to the parents. And within minutes, the gorgeous platters were served, as well as a juice.

Miss 3 enjoyed the selection that included sausages and a couple of hot chips as well as healthy options including celery and a couple of sweet treats.

Activities like this reinforce why I love the Gold Coast! So much to see and do and so family friendly!

The fact I had unsettled newborn twins screaming the place down, wasn't a concern.
After everyone from the session had finished morning tea and had made their way to the park,
 I was stuck trying to breastfeed the twins and keep my two toddlers amused. Thankfully, a friendly Surf Club employee was kind enough to bring over colouring-in packs for Miss 3, Mr 22-months and our friend.
This was a huge help as it kept them amused until we were ready to make our way to the nearby play park.

We definitely look forward to attending Cheeky Monkeys again when it starts back up after the school holidays.

The location is so gorgeous that I decided to bring some interstate guests there for brunch the following week, however when I called to book a table, we found out that the Club unfortunately doesn't offer the type of menu we were after (eg bacon and eggs), instead only offering light treats such as muffins and banana bread. A bummer as it would be a superb brunch spot!

Still a great spot to check out!

(This is in no way a sponsored post, just a summary of our experience - sharing the love for other Gold Coast families to enjoy :-)

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