School children will have oodles of fun these school holidays, with plenty of activities for all ages.
From April 15-26, children can enjoy everything from superhero training to pottery, cooking classes to scavenger hunts and bubble soccer.
Gunnedah Shire Council's youth development officer Sewa Emojong said the program would kick off with superhero training on Monday, April 15.
This activity will be brought to the Gunnedah community by Action Reaction Entertainment, and will involve a superhero acrobatics show, plus games and activities presented by costumed hosts.
Children are encouraged to attend dressed as their favourite superhero.
"We are collaborating with Action Reaction Entertainment for the Autumn school holidays to bring some fun, new activities to the program," Ms Emojong said.
"The group will also present an acrobatics and movement workshop and film and stage fighting workshop."
Another new activity is pushy races, which the council has partnered with the Gunnedah Cycling and Triathlon Club for the event to be held at the Gunnedah Go-Kart Track.
"The program is designed to provide really fun and engaging activities for the youth of the shire to keep them busy over the holidays," Ms Emojong said.
"School holidays are always a great time to develop new skills and participate in fun activities, so come and join the fun."
Other activities will include storytelling, craft workshops, movie afternoons and a trivia night.
The full program and more information can be downloaded at Gunnedah Shire Council's website.