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HOW MUCH DO YOU DIG YOUR DAD?

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HOW MUCH DO YOU DIG YOUR DAD?

 

This Father’s Day, Australia’s first ever mini-excavator park Dig IT, wants kids from all over the country, to tell them how much they dig their Dad. 

 

THIS SUNDAY, let Dig It know how much you love/dig DAD, and you could be digging in the dirt for a whole year! Now that’s the Father’s Day gift that keeps on giving!

 

All you have to do is tag @digittamborinemountain and you could have an annual pass coming your way! So whether you live in Townsville, Tasmania, Parramatta, Perth, Melbourne or Mount Isa, tag Dig It and celebrate your Dad.  

 

At Dig It, every day is like Father’s Day! After opening like a wrecking ball in May, Dig It, just an hour from Brisbane and the Gold Coast in the Scenic Rim, has seen thousands of kids have the ‘best day ever’, sitting in the driver’s seat, operating their own mini-excavator, just like a real construction worker, in an outdoor construction zone on a mountain famous for rocks, and at a place that’s legendary for families, Thunderbird Park!

 

DIG IT has been custom-designed for both children and their parents who love to play (who doesn’t?), featuring a range of activities that are fun, educational and engaging, kids learning about the construction industry, earthworks, engineering, building, the importance of safety, and teamwork. And there’s not an iPad or Screen anywhere! Starring nine magnificent CAT mini-excavators that have been built right here in Queensland, the DIG IT experience is a two hour, never-to-be-forgotten adventure in the driver’s seat - bookings here

 

“Dig It is the perfect place to celebrate Father’s Day, not just on that one Sunday in September, but all year,” said Dig It founder Kate Keegan. “We’ve lost count of the times Dads ask if they can have a go on their own, so by asking kids to show us how much they dig their dad, we’ve created some cool experiences for Dads and kids,” she said.

 

DIG IT seven-days-a-week these School Holidays

Saturday 16 September to Sunday 1 October – seven days a week

Monday 2 October to Sunday 8 October – Tuesday, Wednesday and Friday, 1030am 1230pm sessions

 

DIG IT - Australia's first mini excavator park for kids

Thunderbird Park – Tamborine Mountain Road, Tamborine Mountain, Scenic Rim Queensland

2 hour sessions - $55 per participant  |  BOOKINGS and website here  |  Call 1800 00 DIGIT

Accommodation and campaign available at Thunderbirds Park HERE

                                                                                                             

For media enquiries, images and more please contact Kath Rose | 0416 291 493 | kath@kathrose.com

 

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