Australian School Holiday Planner 2013

Free Gift for Readers of Little Nomads

When it comes to planning events around the family  things can become a little chaotic and crazy. Something we have done in our family which has worked well is to create a simple A2 size planner to keep us on track with upcoming events, kids activities and school holidays and family holidays, etc. In fact you can put what ever you want on the planner!

Thank you

As a thank you gift for visting our site and being a reader of Little Nomads, we have designed a new planner based on the Australian Public School Holiday to help track upcoming family holidays. Simply download, pick your state and print off for your own personal use.


To get the most use out of your 2013 planner

  • Print It large: Have your State or Territory  Printed in A2 size, at Office Works, Snap Print, local printer etc.
  • Place within easy access, we have ours near the kitchen.
  • Add the important dates firstly – Birthdays, Special events, etc
  • Add Events your Kids have on – Soccer, Swimming, Nippers, Ballet etc.
  • Use a pencil for planned events, and a Pen for events that can’t be moved.
  • Have everyone refer to the planner for what’s on.

Download your free School Holiday Planner

Simply Right Click on the button and “Save As” to your preferred location or click to open the PDF in your browser.

About the author

James is the founder of Little Nomads a travel site which focuses on all things about traveling with kids. He lives on the Northern Beaches of Sydney with his wife and two energetic kids which keep him on his toes. Weekends, you can find him on or in the water around Pittwater. James also hates writing about himself in the 3rd person! Follow James on twitter @littlenomads or Google Plus +James Hayward

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