Creative Kids

Shopfront Junior Ensemble The Pecking Order. Photo by Tim da Rin.

Shopfront Junior Ensemble The Pecking Order. Photo by Tim da Rin.

“Creative Kids has allowed us to offer our programs to more young people in the area who have benefitted from being part of an inclusive creative community.” Daniel Potter, CEO, Shopfront.

Creative Kids is a four-year initiative designed to make it easier for school-aged children and young people to get involved in creative and cultural activities.

Parents, guardians and carers can claim a $100 voucher per year to put towards the cost of lessons and fees with registered Creative Kids Providers.

There are a range of Providers, including artists, cultural practitioners, and arts and cultural organisations across NSW. This program creates opportunities for Providers to reach new audiences and grow business.

Are you interested in being a Creative Kids Provider?

Download a copy of the Guidelines which includes a checklist.

Find out about supported forms of Digital Delivery.

Visit the Service NSW website to apply to become a Creative Kids Provider.

If you’re a parent/carer:

To obtain your Creative Kids voucher for 2021, please visit the Service NSW website. Your voucher will cover $100 towards creative programs for your child (aged 4.5-18 years), opening up a world of creativity.

See a list of all current providers.

Do you know an organisation who might be interested in becoming a Creative Kids Provider?

Ask them to get in touch with us. Contact the Creative Kids Team at

Image: Shopfront Junior Ensemble The Pecking Order. Photo by Tim da Rin.
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