Qantas have a range of facilities and inflight activities that will keep them occupied from the moment you arrive at the airport until you land at your destination.
Family Zones in Lounges
We hope you can join us at the new Family Zone at selected Qantas Clubs for more fun and games.
Apple, Sony, Mattel, Chicco and Little Nest have all helped to create this awesome play friendly zone available for children of all ages.
Family Zones are located in the Melbourne International Business Lounge, Sydney Domestic Qantas Club in T3, Sydney International Business Lounge, Brisbane Qantas Club lounge, The Qantas Club Cairns and Qantas Club Canberra with the Gold Coast lounge to open late 2012.
Get mum and dad to find out more about accessing this area through The Qantas Club.
Prepare for your flight with loads of cool activities. Bring your own activity kit or take one of our complimentary kid's kits, available onboard and suited to kids between the ages of 3 and 11 years old. The kits include colouring pencils and activity books.
Domestic, Trans-Tasman, Noumea and Papua New Guinea
International - 3 to 6 Years
International - 7 to 11 Years
|During school holidays, trans-Tasman, Noumea and Papua New Guinea services offer a Flying Fun by Qantas kids kit for children between 3 and 11 years of age.||For kids between 3 and 6 years of age travelling on international services we have a Crayola kids kit available.||For travellers between 7 and 11 years of age on international services we have a Smiggle Activity pack available.|
Parents are encouraged to help kids start the kits and play with them until they are comfortable with the kit.
Get ready for a fun filled flight with your family. On Qantas international flights with in-seat screens, there's up to eight family movies per month, plus plenty of TV programs for all ages including Disney and Nickelodeon.
See the latest family films and television shows, play games or listen to music using in-seat screens. You'll even find a dedicated Kids Zone with a parental lock on some flights. Get mum or dad to help you use the entertainment system.
To find out what's playing on your flight view our Inflight Entertainment section.