Home Who we are News 12 June 2017 At the hospital Wonderland at our children’s hospital The Children’s Hospital Foundation recently turned Queensland Children’s Hospital into a WONDERLAND, as we brought the Mad Hatter’s Tea Party to sick kids. Entertainment included Ikin Dance, Drace Illusionist, Tweedle Dee and Tweedle Dum acrobats, Renata as well as a very special Alice in Wonderland Show and visits from Queensland Police Service and Queensland Fire and Emergency Services. Our sick kids also enjoyed face painting, clock making, Sand Wizard, giant games, croquet, glitter tattoos, pot painting, arts and crafts and origami workshops, and special photos from our friends at The Photo Booth Collective. The wonderland theming of this event, enjoyed by sick kids, families, staff and volunteers was made possible by The Prop House and Groundability. A big part of what the Children’s Hospital Foundation does is provides a world-class entertainment program that aids healing and makes traumatic and sometimes long-term stays in hospital more bearable for sick kids and their families. The Mad Hatter’s Tea Party was a welcome distraction for patients at our children’s hospital, and was a fun way to bring just the right amount of wonderland madness and laughter to children. Photo Gallery (11 photos) Click on image below to view gallery. chevron_leftPrevious article Share Next articlechevron_right Latest News & Events 2021 Regional Working Wonders Scheme February 22, 2021 Read more 2021 Working Wonders Grant Round February 16, 2021 Read more Young researcher aims to lessen impact of transition to adult care February 11, 2021 Read more Subscribe for the latest news There is always something interesting happening in our world. Little wonders that happen every day. Miracles of science. Personal achievements of brave and beautiful young kids we will share with you in our enewsletter.