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Windmill at Home (Again)!

Windmill at Home is an online platform that hopes to bring a little bit of Windmill joy into your home during lockdown.

Windmill worked closely with their wonderful team of artists and creatives last year to share some favourite stories in a whole new way. Discover a whole suite of stories with Grug, a collection of hands-on activities and explore the interactive (and award-winning) digital experiences. 

Honey, I’m Home:

Just over a year ago, almost to the day, Windmill released their very first episode of the animated web-series, Honey, I’m Home. As people all over Australia find themselves at home once again, Honey, I’m Home is a reminder that something beautiful can come from trying circumstances, or, perhaps, that there is very little in life that can’t be improved with some googly eyes.

All eight episodes are streaming via Windmill At Home. 

CLICK HERE TO WATCH

Sun Runners – Free for those in South Australia

Early in 2021, Windmill released Sun Runners in collaboration with their mates at Audioplay. Using the purpose-built Audioplay app, listeners are plunged into an intergalactic race around the sun that will see them travel through wormholes, fight brain-sucking aliens and disco dance their way across the galaxy.

This is immersive audio storytelling that sees listeners put their screens away and leap headfirst into an epic sci-fi extravaganza where pillows become forts and socks become radioactive jet fuel.

They are releasing the full series free to families in South Australia for the seven days of lockdown with the code ‘ADELAIDE’. 

CLICK HERE TO LISTEN

Other available activities include:

  • Sun Runners
  • Honey I’m Home
  • Grug Storytime
  • Watch Girl Asleep
  • Interactive Journeys
  • Baba Yaga’s Outdoor Workout
  • Grugercise Workout Videos
  • Craft and hands-on activities

CLICK HERE TO VISIT WINDMILL AT HOME

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For more information and all enquiries please visit the Windmill website.

At Play & Go Adelaide we make every effort to provide accurate information to the best of our knowledge at the time of publication. We recommend confirming times, dates and details directly before making any plans as details may be subject to change.

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