Creating Curious Minds these School Holidays
From Monday July 2 until Friday July 13, 2018 RESTA (Reptile Education Safety Training Australia) and MINJIL Yidinji Cultural Services will entertain curious and create minds at Mount Sheridan Plaza these July School Holidays.
RESTA will get kids ready for a cool adventure as children explore their way through the crazy world of reptiles. Trek through the forest, discover and get up close and personal with thrilling interactive presentations, featuring a range of snakes, lizards, crocodiles and all your favourite creepy crawlies guaranteed to delight every member of the audience!
Families will learn how to identify different types of reptiles and invertebrates, learn what to wear, conservation, environmental information and most importantly fun facts with shows from July2-6 daily at 9:00am, 10:30am, 12noon & 1:30pm and photo Opportunities with Hulk the 6m Replica Crocodile at 11:00am, 12:30pm and 2:00pm.
Attendees will have the opportunity to participate in an incredible array of competitions; Upload your photo to your Facebook and or Instagram using #hulkatmountsheridan for the chance to WIN 1 of 5 Family passes to Hartley’s Crocodile Adventures. Colour IN for the Chance to WIN 5 passes to Cairns Zoom and Wildlife Dome.
“Young visitors can learn about conservation and the environment, take part in encounters, and hear about caring for animals these school holidays.” Says Kay Judd Marketing Manager
From Monday July 9 through to Friday July 13 in collaboration with MINJIL Yidinji Cultural Services Mount Sheridan Plaza are celebrating NAIDOC week in centre, celebrating and observing the history, culture and achievements of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples.
Children will engage in various art and craft activities across 5 stations set up across Centre Court. Enjoy face painting and cultural workshops from Clay Sculpture Fun to Naidoc T-Shirt Art and ATSI Jewellery Making and enjoy cultural dance performances and entertainment.
“Our nation’s history and heritage begins with Aboriginal people and NAIDOC week gives an opportunity to recognise this history and culture” Says Kay Judd Marketing Manager