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Dinosaur Adventures at Caulfield Racecourse

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by Vanessa (subscribe)
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Did you hear a roar?
Dinosaur Adventures is an exhibition set to captivate the young and old alike.

Opening at Caulfield Racecourse on 21 June until 20 July, 2014, this interactive exhibition recreates a prehistoric world, inhabited by life-size moving dinosaurs.

The whole family will be amazed and thrilled as the greatest creatures ever to walk the earth return before their eyes and come alive.

Come along and marvel at the story of how the dinosaurs dominated life on earth for 200 million years.

Then watch them move and hear the roar! From the ripple of their skin to the glint in their eye, you will think that the dinosaurs really are back!

Complementing the exhibition is a range of educational activities for children. One such highlight is the 'Paleontologist for the Day' program, which sees children don an expert digger outfit, and given tools to chip away at their very own fossil.

Other activities children can partake in include the informative fossil displays, the dinosaur sand pit, the dinosaur egg photo area, dinosaur themed rides and a jumping castle, the dinosaur camp story-telling and a chance to meet 'Fred & Barney' from The Flintstones!

Pegged as a must-see these school holidays, Dinosaur Adventures is set to bring all the wonder and excitement of the prehistoric world of dinosaurs back.

Bookings are highly recommended. To make a booking, please visit Ticketek online or your nearest Ticketek outlet. Sessions run from 10am, with each session running for a total for 2 hours and 30 minutes.

The general admission price is $27.00 (additional booking fees may apply).

For more information on the Dinosaur Adventures exhibition and event programme, please visit the official Dinosaur Adventures website and 'like' the Facebook profile.
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When: 21 June - 20 July 2014
Where: Caulfield Racecourse
Cost: $27.00
Your Comment
Do you pre purchase ticket if so where do I purchase them?
by lambb (score: 0|6) 1974 days ago
We went tonight. Great for little kids as they would get more of a kick out of seeing the dinosaurs and interacting with the activities. I have a 7 and nine year old so maybe this place was a bit young for them. Jumping castles, story telling and dinosaur digging. Free ice creams and dinosaur puzzles. Other stuff you can buy there too. Smaller venue than I thought can do it easily in 1 hour.
by kerri (score: 0|2) 1974 days ago
Disappointing. It has been advertised as being suitable for children 3-17 years old, however I would say only children under the age of 7. What a lot of money to spend on an exhibition of a few dinasaurs, some interactive activities that you spent 10-15 minutes lining up for, and overcrowded. Not sure why it is necessary to have carnival stalls and showbags enticing children on entrance, or having to 'top up' an exhibition with bouncy castles.
by andre (score: 0|2) 1962 days ago
Can you bring your own food in
by Paulb (score: 0|2) 1959 days ago
What an absolute over priced over commercialised event. Honestly 12 or so decent dinosaur models and that's it. What a waste of time and money. Too any people at the expense of safety and $ are their driver.
by Bundy (score: 0|2) 1959 days ago
Total rip off. Over priced for what you got. Badly organised, and not much to interact with. Ridiculous in this day and age not to be able to pay with a credit card, cash only. Could have looked around it in 20 minutes, but l strung it out to try and get some value for money.. Must say that didn't work.
by mosbe (score: 0|2) 1958 days ago
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