Former NRL players will help deliver an expanded program of fun and engaging activities in the City of Logan during the next school holidays.

Almost 40 extra activities have been added to the KRANK School Holiday Program which runs from Saturday, June 24 to Sunday, July 9.

The new programs include The Great Project which teaches life skills in a fun and supportive sporting environment delivered by former professional NRL players.

Zeb Taia played for the Parramatta Eels, Newcastle Knights and the Gold Coast Titans in the NRL and the Catalans Dragons and St Helens in the Super League and also internationally for both New Zealand and the Cook Islands.

Also taking part in The Great Project is former Canberra Raider and Gold Coast Titans player and current Burleigh Bears player Jeff Lynch.

Included in the new program of more than 200 free and low-cost activities for children and teens aged 5 to 17 years is the three-day ROIL Graffiti Street Art Project teaching teens the foundations of graffiti and street art.

Graffiti Street Art Project- Raela Tekii
Graffiti Street Art Project- Raela Tekii

Lifestyle Chair Councillor Tony Hall said the KRANK program featured an extensive range of boredom-busting activities.

“There is everything on offer from active, outdoor activities to indoor options to meet everyone’s different interests,” Cr Hall said.

“Of special interest are the instructional sessions which teach participants new skills from skateboarding and wakeboarding to playing the ukulele and even the art of coffee making.”

Bookings opened at 9am today (Monday, June 12).

Activities are always popular and those interested are encouraged to book early once the booking window opens.

View KRANK activities online at or request a booklet from Council’s Customer Service Centres or Libraries or by calling Council on 3412 3412.

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