=> Thinkspace at the Museum of Applied Arts & Sciences is, as always, the winner in terms of range and quality. I really can’t recommend the Thinkspace courses highly enough. Nothing to speak of for anyone over the age of 13, sadly.
=> The Australian Museum has a smaller than usual range, with Scientist for a Day probably being the highlight.
=> AIE has the serious stuff for teenagers with introduction to animation and intro to game programming courses.
=> Codecamp is running its various coding workshops – in a range from beginner to experienced. Codecamp has is now running courses all over Sydney.
=> GirlCode is running a workshop for girls in Bondi and a couple of other places.
=> TechScience has courses in Manly on coding, robotics, electronics, 3D-printing and more good stuff.
=> Fizzics Education programmes are running in Centennial Park, Sydney Olympic Park, and a range of vacation care venues.
=> On the North Shore, Professor Plums is running science and robotics workshops during the holidays. Doomsday science!
=> The Sydney Programming School has learn to code workshops running at the Mosman Art Gallery.
=> Code it Yourself has camps at a couple of places around Sydney (scroll down a lot to find the current ones – really poor website).
=> Microsoft XBox Academy has Minecraft workshops and more at its city store.
=> First Australia has a wide range of robotics camps at Macquarie University.
As always, if you know of anything I’ve missed anything feel free to let me know.