Thursday, June 24, 2010
Amazing Value for Sydney’s Best Attractions!
From July 1, 2010 Sydney Attractions Group will launch a range of combination entry passes guaranteed to suit everyone. Whether you’re a traveller from overseas or interstate; a NSW or Sydney resident; an individual, couple, group or family; Sydney Attractions Group has a great value pass to offer you.
Providing entry to Sydney Aquarium and Sydney Wildlife World and Sydney Tower and Oceanworld Manly these are the only tickets that lets you see koalas and kangaroos, one of the world’s largest crocodiles, walk underwater amongst sharks and dugongs, experience the best views of Sydney all within Sydney’s CBD; plus take a trip across the water to dive into adventure at Manly.
The Explore4 Pass – Access to Sydney’s must-see attractions. This pass provides one visit to Sydney Aquarium, Sydney Wildlife World, Sydney Tower and Oceanworld Manly and it’s valid for three months. It’s the perfect ticket for someone wanting to take in Sydney’s must-see attractions but who has a limited amount of time to discover Sydney. Enjoy four memorable Sydney experiences on everyone’s wish list. Child $29.99 / Adult $49.99
The Unlimited Adventure Pass – The perfect value entertainment solution for families. With the Unlimited Adventure Pass you can visit Sydney Aquarium, Sydney Wildlife World, Sydney Tower and Oceanworld Manly as many times as you like until June 30, 2011. The sooner you buy, the better the value. So get your kids’ entertainment sorted right up until June 30 next year. Child $39.99 / Adult $59.99
The Annual Adventure Pass - Turn Sydney’s best attractions into your very own backyard. Get even more adventure in your life with the Annual Adventure Pass valid for a year from purchase. You’ll receive unlimited entry to Sydney Aquarium, Sydney Wildlife World, Sydney Tower and Oceanworld Manly for a whole year. You’ll also receive additional special offers. Child $49.99 / Adult $69.99
With entertaining programs featuring throughout the attractions you’ll always have a reason to come back again and again.
These school holidays don’t miss…
The SHARK HQ exhibit at Sydney Aquarium, premieres Saturday July 3, 2010 and features:
• CSIRO Great White Shark tracking and cutting-edge scientific research
• Shark Hatchery with baby sharks and shark eggs waiting to hatch on display
• Sydney Shark Tunnels - walk underwater and come face to face with one of the world's largest collections of sharks
• Exclusive premiere of footage from the movie “Oceans” and immersive film experience of the world’s best shark footage from National Geographic
• Talks with shark experts
• World’s largest animatronic Great White Shark (in venue from July 12, 2010)
Tickets and more information available at www.myfun.com.au
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