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It might feel like we’ve just eased the kids back into school, but lo and behold, it’s school holiday time already!
With lockdown restrictions easing around the country, more and more attractions are re-opening their doors, and they need us now more than ever to visit to help them recover from the strange times we’ve just been through.
You can check out some of our favourite things to do and places to visit during the school holidays in the gallery below
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There is currently no vaccine to prevent the coronavirus COVID-19. The best protection is to avoid being exposed to this virus, and practising good hygiene when out and about.
You can keep your family healthy and help prevent illness by:
While coronavirus is of concern, it is important to remember that most people displaying symptoms such as fever, cough, sore throat or tiredness are likely suffering with a cold or other respiratory illness – not coronavirus.
For the latest advice, information and resources, go to www.health.gov.au
Call the National Coronavirus Health Information Line on 1800 020 080. It operates 24 hours a day, seven days a week. If you require translating or interpreting services, call 131 450.
The phone number of your state or territory public health agency is available at www.health.gov.au/state-territory-contacts
If you have concerns about your health, speak to your doctor.
Luna Park – Sydney reopens on July 3!
Sydney’s iconic home of fun, Luna Park, will re-open its smile from Friday 3 July, 2020 for the first time in 15 weeks after it ceased operations temporarily in line with the Federal and State Governments response to COVID-19.
Every guest must have a ticket to enter Luna Park during this period.
In accordance with Health and Safety regulations, Guests will be able to enjoy a four-hour session in the Park with capacity limits for each session.
The team at Luna Park Sydney are excited to welcome Guests back to the park and encourage all those keen to attend to head to LunaParkSydney.com to buy their tickets before they sell out!
Other Sydney attractions opening include:
Events Cinemas will be opening from June 25 beginning in the NT!
In line with the easing of government restrictions across the country, Event Cinemas, Australia’s largest cinema network, has announced it is set to welcome movie lovers back from with a half-price ticket offer and a mix of new and much loved films.
Reopening commences on 25th June, in the Northern Territory. This will be followed by a staggered reopening of Event Cinema sites from 2 July, with final locations scheduled to open by the end of July.
To celebrate the reopening, for a limited time, Event Cinemas will offer half price adult tickets for Cinebuzz members valid across all sessions and all movie experiences including Gold Class, Boutique, 4DX and V-Max. The Cinebuzz Rewards program is free to join at eventcinemas.com.au/Cinebuzz
Currumbin Wildlife Sanctuary is getting ready for guests
From June 26, Currumbin Wildlife Sanctuary will welcome guests back.
Due to the current COVID-19 safety restrictions, all visitors are required to purchase tickets online and attend the Sanctuary on their selected date only.
In order to follow the Queensland Health regulations and to ensure that there is availability for you to visit, you must pre-book. This includes National Trust members.
The expansive ground provides an open-air safe haven for humans and animals alike and the conservation efforts are aimed to ensure that the Sanctuary and precious wildlife remain in place for generations to come.
Other Gold Coast Attractions opening are:
Scenic World in the Blue Mountains will reopen in time for the July school holidays
This family-fun attraction has been closed since COVID-19 restrictions took force and will finally reopen on Friday, June 26 under new safety requirements.
Capacity will be strictly limited, offering small group sessions with a set itinerary. To ensure a contactless transaction, all tickets must be booked in advance online.
Other regional NSW attractions opening are:
Darwin Waterfront’s Wave Lagoon is back in business
The Darwin Waterfront’s Wave Lagoon reopened on 20 June 2020 in time for school holidays.
To celebrate, there will be a Family Fun Beach Party reopening event in the Wave Lagoon on Saturday 27 June 2020, with roving entertainment, a kids’ circus workshop, music and beached-themed inflatables. More details will be available on the Darwin Waterfront Facebook page next week.
The Wave Lagoon has been closed since 26 March 2020 due to COVID-19 restrictions. During this time, the Darwin Waterfront Corporation have taken the opportunity to conduct repairs, maintenance, and make improvements to the popular attraction.
The Wave Lagoon is open every day from 10am to 6pm. For more information follow ‘Darwin Waterfront’ on Facebook or visit waterfront.nt.gov.au
These South Australia attractions are ready to welcome guests:
Cairns ZOOM and Wildlife Dome is open!
Cairns has so much on for families and slowly it is all opening up including the famous ZOOM and Wildlife Dome.
The numbers of daily visitors will be limited, and social distancing guidelines will be strictly enforced.
Walk ins are accepted. Guests can book online.
Other Queensland attractions opening are:
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