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Wacky Workshops is an award-winning art school that prides itself on promoting creative thinkers and spreading joy through creativity.

Whether you want to learn new skills, enhance existing skills, learn how to use art as therapy and relaxation or just have fun, Wacky has the project for you and, of course, your children.


Private lessons put the students in charge. Students have the opportunity to decide what they will create with all the fun materials in the Wacky studio. This is a great way for them to experiment with different forms of arts and crafts.

We do drawing, painting, sculpting, inventing, reimagining, paper mache, mixed media and more.

The teacher, Tami, worked as a professional potter for many years and then worked as an art therapist for people with disabilities. She has an up-to-date child safety certificate and Wacky Workshops is a COVID-safe business.

Wacky Workshops welcomes people of all learning abilities and anyone aged between 3 – 93 is welcome to attend private classes.

Workshops are available for preschoolers and adults during school hours with afternoons and Saturdays being reserved for school-aged children.


These are the perfect way to de-stress, have fun and create something you will be proud of. The one-on-one classes offer a friendly atmosphere for you to experiment with different art forms and materials without the fear of judgement or concerns about the mess.

Just as people pay for gym memberships to encourage them to carve out that important time for physical fitness, committing to creativity classes ensures you get around to embarking on creative projects that will improve your mental and emotional fitness.

Lessons are booked in blocks of 10 and cost $40 each, (a total of $400 for the block) which includes basic tools and materials such as paper, paints, and drawing implements. Should you want to embark on bigger projects, such as mosaic, resin jewellery, or acrylic pours, there will be an extra charge for materials.


A fantastic way to help get young children school-ready, lesson plans include working on drawing and scissor skills while tapping into the students’ imagination. 

Lessons are booked in blocks of five and cost $40 each – $200 for the block.


These are a wonderful way to improve children’s confidence and promote their imagination and creative thinking skills.  Students really benefit from enjoying stress-free creativity, especially as they get older and find creative projects are being offered in schools less frequently. 

Wacky Workshops classes are also a great antidote to high school art classes that often cause stress and anxiety for students.

The one-hour classes are booked in blocks of 10 and cost $40 each, including all materials and an art folder. The total of $400 for a lesson block can be offset by using the Creative Kids voucher. 


Q: Can siblings share a class?

A: Yes. Up to three children can share a private class.

Q: Is there a sibling discount?

A: Yes. The cost for the first child is $400, then each sibling receives a $50 discount (making a total of $350) if they share the same class. Up to three siblings can share a class.

Q: Should parents stay during the workshop?

A: Parents are welcome to stay during private classes but it is not a requirement. 

Q: What happens if a student has to miss a class?

A: Given enough notice, Wacky Workshops offers make-up classes. You must contact the studio via text message or phone – not email – by 10 am if a student is to miss a class due to illness. For conflicting plans (such as a birthday party at the same time as the workshop) Wacky Workshops requires a minimum of one week’s notice. A maximum of ONE make-up class is offered per student per block. Make-up classes are not offered to those who don’t give sufficient notice or who simply forget to come to class.

Q: What happens with private classes during the school holidays?

A: Private classes run during the school holidays, however, if you want the break, Wacky Workshops will hold the place for you and add those holiday classes to the end of the block.

Q: What if I arrive late to class, can I make up the time at the end of the class?

A: No. Classes run for the agreed-upon time and no later.

Q: What if I arrive early to class, can I start early?

A: No. You are urged to stay near your car should you arrive early. It is distracting for students still enjoying their own class when early arrivals stand outside the studio door.

Q: What if I am late to pick up my child after class?

A: This could incur an extra fee as it is unfair to consequent students and the teacher.

Q: What if a student can’t decide what project they’d like to create?

A: Wacky Workshops has a vast array of project ideas and materials and will come to the rescue with fun ideas and suggestions.

Q: Do you offer trial classes?

A: No. The limited spaces available are reserved for those who are prepared to purchase a lesson block.


The Importance of Creating Arts and Crafts

Q: Why are arts and crafts activities important for preschoolers?

A: Art and craft projects help young children gain fine motor skills, confidence, and a voice through creativity. Many Wacky Workshops preschool students have been able to express their fears and anxieties through creativity during stressful times (such as bushfires) and also their joy at participating or witnessing something special (like a blood moon).


Q: Why are arts and crafts projects important for primary school children?

A: Arts and crafts projects help reinforce the creative lessons learned at school, increase confidence, offer a safe way for children to express themselves, and promote creative thinking. They can even help kids read and write – read How to Help Children Learn More Through Creativity. And give them important coping skills for adulthood – read How to Craft Your Way to a Better Life.


Q: Why are arts and crafts projects important for teens?

A: While the benefits of increased self-confidence and expression also apply to teens, the added benefits of offering arts and crafts are that they nurture the teen’s creative side, which has often been neglected at school by this stage. Several Wacky Workshops high school students who do visual arts at school have expressed joy about having the freedom to choose their own projects and not being confined by expectations or stressed about what kind of mark they’ll receive for a project. 


Q: Why are arts and crafts projects important for adults?

A: Creativity is one of the best ways to relieve stress and gain focus. It is also a wonderful tool for helping to manage emotions and moods.


Q: How do I sign up for private classes?

A: Contact Tami on 0402732859 or email wackyworkshops1@gmail.com to discover available spots. 


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Hope to see you at the Wacky studio soon. In the meantime, have a wonderfully Wacky week, Tami.