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From 1 January 2022, the Creative Kids program is refocusing on encouraging real-time (live) activities. Art kit programs, pre-recorded video lessons and online programs that are not delivered in real-time are no longer eligible.

For more information, see Provider FAQs and Parents, guardians and carers FAQs.

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To find approved and registered Creative Kids providers that accept Creative Kids vouchers, you can search using:

  • postcode or suburb
  • activity type, or
  • provider name.

You can filter your search results to only show online programs. 

If you can't find your preferred provider, you can ask them to register as a Creative Kids provider.

The involvement of a provider in the Creative Kids program does not constitute an endorsement, recommendation or guarantee of the provider or the provider’s products and/or services by the NSW Government.  You must rely upon your own enquiries as to the quality and suitability of providers and their goods and/or services.

The NSW Government is helping kids get creative and explore ways to enhance their critical thinking and creative expression with the new Creative Kids program.

Parents, guardians and carers can apply for a voucher valued up to $100 per calendar year for each student enrolled in school. The voucher may be used for registration, participation and tuition costs for creative and cultural activities.