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Dairy Note – Media Call – Dive into the most refreshing ticket this summer

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Wonderwater slide

 

Diary Note - Media Call

The most refreshing ticket in town!

Friday Dec 22

11 - 12 pm 

2 Murray Street

Dive into Wonderwater and beat the heat of summer

 

Play, relax and discover on, in and around the water.

From December 22 until February 4 come and explore our beautiful, awe-inspiring, ever-changing ocean this summer – in more ways than an octopus has tentacles.

The whole of the museum precinct has come alive - it will feature six feature exhibition experiences, multiple hands-on activity areas, including a collaborative LEGO® reef, powerful live performance events, a mini-film festival, First Nations video program, fleet activations and opportunities to play, relax and discover on, in and around the water.

 

To attend please contact:

Steve Riethoff                    e:  steve.riethoff@sea.museum                 m: 0417 047 837

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