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Holiday time buzz at Harbour Town

28 Sep 2010

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The holidays crowds were back at Harbour Town in September with much interest in the attractions as well as the shopping.

Farmer Darryl and his animal farm was a great drawcard, as was the resident magician and tarot readings on Level 1.

Centre marketing manager Ellen Stowers said many repeat shoppers returned to Harbour Town during the holidays.

“The centre has been popular again these school holidays and as the weather is getting better more people are coming to spend the day at the centre,” she said.

“September school holidays is a busy time for Melbourne so we are looking forward to families and friends coming to the centre to enjoy all the free school holiday entertainment, do some shopping and enjoy the cafes and restaurants at Harbour Town.”

Among the attractions was an opportunity to win a family trip to Queensland with tickets to Dreamworld.  

“We also have a new locals free VIP card which entitles them to further savings at participating retailers. It is free to join, simple visit the Tourism Lounge or harbourtownmelbourne.com.au,” Ms Stowers said.

“We have also now gone live on Facebook and Twitter so we encourage everyone to follow us online to keep updated with all the latest information from the centre.”

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