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Bring the binoculars and spot the animals
Grab your binoculars, because the jungle animals has arrived at Pacific Epping!
Over the two weeks of school holidays, two safari craft programs will run and for the entirety of the two weeks, jungle animals will be hidden across the centre, for children to spot in their very own safari adventure! Be on the lookout for animals like giraffes, a tiger, and an elephant!
While on your safari hunt, take a selfie with one of the animals, and share it on the Pacific Epping Facebook Page for a chance to win one of 5 family passes to Melbourne Zoo!
The first week of school holidays (24th September - 30th September) will see the 'Best & Less Dome' offer children the chance to make their very own Safari Zoo Animal Masks. From the 1st of October to the 5th October, children can make a Safari Zoo Backpack to take home! Both sessions run from 11am-2pm on each day.
So head down to Pacific Epping and begin your free safari adventure today!