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Wolf Creek Pop-Up, Martin Place Amphitheatre

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Kidding me. Considering this horror of an event? Well, given your bravery, I take my dirty, slouch hat off to you - mongrel Mick Taylor, however... So, if I can't stop you from attending (what is most likely a trap IMO), all I can do is prep you. From May 11-14th, Stan TV will be hosting an exhibition to celebrate the return of edge-of-your-seat thrill ride 'Wolf Creek'. Infamous Mick Taylor (AKA John Jarrett) and newcomer Lucy Fry, rocking up at Fed Square in Melbourne, before brattling in to the heart of Sydney CBD at Martin Place Amphitheatre.

Wolf Creek Roadhouse, Wolf Creek,
c/o Stan TV

Ensuing the success of Wolf Creek 1 and 2, Stan TV are launching a follow-up six-part miniseries (commencing May 12th). With a brand new story. Yes, okay, we have more foreign tourists naive to the dangers of this lawless outback. However, whilst Mick dominated the films, this time he's up against bloody-minded Eve Thorogood. One embittered rival he underestimates after assassinating her family. After leaving this bloody murder trail, Eve takes things into her own hands. A frustrating lack of due diligence from local authorities, launching her very own mission to settle the score.

Stan's Wolf Creek Roadhouse will be on display May 11th-14th from 7am - 11pm, (bar service noon - 11pm). Come on down and take a selfie alongside Mick's ominous truck, in front of the Wolf Creek-themed photo wall, or if you're lucky the stars themselves. There's also giveaways. Plus souvenirs available, to scare away the in-laws. An outback-inspired menu (from $7.50) including Big Mick Burger, and Serial Griller sausages, and a limited edition Mick's Bitter (and other alcoholic/non-alcoholic beverages from $6 c/o Two Birds Brewing), will also be lurking. Entry's free (you're advised to get in early to get up close). But do so at your own peril.

To stay 'in the loop'. Note: this is an 18 plus event.
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When: May 11-14th (cast present on May 11th, 6pm onwards)
Where: Martins Place Amphitheatre
Cost: Free - no booking or RSVP required
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