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Holiday fun at Docklands

27 Mar 2012

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By Callie Morgan

Docklands’ spiegeltent looks like it will really begin to attract visitors here now that it has been relocated to the Wonder Fun Park at Harbour Town.

Docklanders will have plenty to keep themselves busy during the upcoming Easter school holidays with loads of events and activities organised around Harbour Town.

And the opening of Wonderland Fun Park’s Melba Spiegeltent will provide as much entertainment for adults as it will for children.

The spiegeltent, which is Dutch for “mirror tent”, offers a unique theatre venue complete with stained-glass windows and mirrors.

Throughout the school holidays illusionist Michael Boyd and his cast of dancers will perform the Spellbound Illusion Spectacular for Docklands’ residents and visitors.

Docklands Family Fun Passes, which cost $99 each, will also be available these
school holidays, and will allow two adults and two children access to a vast array of activities located around Harbour Town Shopping Centre.

The passes are valid from March 30 until April 14, 2012.

Among other things, the passes will include:

  • An unlimited ride family pass into Wonderland Fun Park;
  • A daily family pass to Medibank Icehouse’s school holiday Circus Skate-A-Rama;
  • Entry into the Spellbound Illusion Spectacular at the Wonderland Spiegel Tent Theatre;
  • Entry to the Harbour Town Shopping Centre Easter egg hunt and animal farm; and
  • Discounts at Harbour Town Shopping Centre.

Medibank Icehouse’s Circus Skate-A-Rama will also be a highlight of the school holiday activities at Harbour Town.

Professional circus acts and ice dancers will not only be performing at the Icehouse daily, but will also be teaching ice dancing.

Group beginner lessons will be held every hour for 15 minutes throughout the school holidays and will be free to join for any interested skaters.

The Icehouse will also be catering for teenagers, with live DJ sets taking place on the ice throughout the holidays.

The family passes are for sale at the Icehouse or online at http://www.icehouse.com.au.

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Comments

  • socialskateboarding at 4:51pm on 22/05/12

    Thanks Callie Morgan! I appreciate your article. I just pleased to read about this write-up. You are quite right. Love your article. Thanks for this allocation. smile

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