Starring Magic Tony, alter ego of Anthony De Masi (the resident magician of Channel 9's Kids WB), and his delightful cast of bunnies, flying doves and a guinea pig called Giovanni. This hyperactive, hilarious, and enthralling show will keep all ages entertained
Dinosaur Time Machine, 21 and 22 September, one show each day from 1:30pm.
Perfect for girls and boys who love-love-LOVE dinosaurs, Dinosaur Time Machine takes kids back in time to learn about the ancient world of dinosaurs.
Rated 'Best Children's Show' by the Adelaide Advertiser at the most recent Fringe Festival, the two dino-mad performers use science, circus, puppetry, and imagination, making for an unforgettable history lesson. A life-sized T-Rex also makes an appearance.
Woody's World, 23 September from 11:30am. Tickets: $20.00.
A hit at festivals around the country, Woody's World is the ultimate family experience. Audiences are taken into a charming world of singing and dancing Alley Cats, tea-sipping mice, and more in a show filled with musical number's, stories, and friendly puppets.
Alice's Adventures in Wonderland, 24 September from 11:00am, 1:00pm, and 3:00pm. Tickets are free, reservations required.
Presented by Victorian Youth Theatre, this new musical adaptation of Alice's Adventures in Wonderland is made for younger audiences. The 50-minute performance brings together all the characters of Wonderland in a music-filled and family-friendly production.
Chris Humfrey's Wild Action Show, 25 September from 11:30am and 1:30pm. Tickets: $20.00.
Presented by zoologist Chris Humfrey, Wild Action will teach kids all about the environments of iconic Aussie animals live on stage, before giving them a chance to get up close and personal with frogs, possums, turtles and more.
ARR We There Yet?, 26 - 30 September, one show daily from 1:30pm. Tickets: $20.00.
After touring overseas in their critically acclaimed show, Elixir, Head First Acrobats have returned to Wonderland Spiegeltent to bring to life the characters of a scallywag pirate, muscular sailor, and a chef with a seafood allergy in ARR We There Yet.
With characters like these, it's no wonder the crew's fight over the title of ship Captain turns into a hilarious and acrobatic caper all ages will thoroughly enjoy.
The Fairy Magic Show, 2 October. from 11:30am and 1:30pm. Tickets: $20.00.
Enter the enchanting world of Fairy Lee (wearing your favourite fairy dress and wings if you'd like) and watch and learn fairy magic and spells to make animals appear and disappear, create rainbows, grow flowers, and more! This highly interactive show truly takes kids away (figuratively that is, sorry Mum and Dad) and off with fairies in a woodland fairy dust adventure filled with magic and mischief.
Click here for online bookings or extra information on shows. All shows allow children under 2 to go free.
If you're looking to relax and between shows, Wonderland's Pop-Up Craft Café will be open daily for the duration of the festival for coffee and snacks like Magic Fairy lemonade, and fun activities like cupcake decorating, and painting also available from the creative activity menu.
Other rides and attractions on offer at Wonderland include the Tea Cups and Carousel (for children aged 2 and over), Dodgem Cars, and The Melbourne Star - a great way to end your adventure with a ride and stunning view of the city.
Entry to Wonderland is free with tickets for rides and attractions available for purchase. Bookings are essential for shows due to extremely popular demand.
Ride tickets are available for purchase at the ticket booth or online. For more information visit Wonderland's website or call the number below. Children must be supervised at all times.