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Step back in time

03 Mar 2016

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Get ready to step back in time when “Jurassic Creatures” opens at Harbour Town this month.

The interactive event will see visitors explore an ancient world full of animatronic moving dinosaurs and prehistoric creatures.

You’ll be able to get up close with some of the most infamous prehistoric animals including colossal mammoths, sabre tooth tigers and of course tyrannosaurus rex.

Visitors to the event will be able to try their hand at palaeontology and dig up their own fossil. You can also meet Buddy and Tiny from Dinosaur Train and see them live in their own stage show.

Other activities will include dinosaur art and craft, fossil displays and amusement activities.

Jurassic Creatures opens at Harbour Town on March 12 and runs through to April 17.

Tickets range from $22 for children to $32 for adults. Visit http://www.jurassiccreatures.com.au for more information.

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