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Bluegum Bill’s Suburban Wildlife Safari

When:
Wednesday 19 April
Time:
11:00AM - 11:45AM
Topic:
School Holiday
Type:
Performance
Audience:
Families, Children
Cost:
All tickets - $10
Bookings:
Required
Michael Mills Promo Shootfeat Animals Anonymous Photosby Jamois 114

Bluegum Bill and his friends from Animals Anonymous will present a special performance at the Marion Cultural Centre in the April School Holidays. The event will be held in the Domain Theatre and include an interactive performance of songs and stories, while you get to know some of Australia’s native animals. The show spans 50 minutes and is suitable for children aged from 3 – 10 years.

Domain Theatre
All tickets $10, transaction fee applies

Transaction fee applies
Online bookings preferred
No walk ins or box office sales outside of box office opening hours
Box office open: Tuesday to Friday 9.30am to 5pm, closed public holidays*
*subject to change

No walk ins Pre-book tickets to avoid disappointment.

Accessibility
Disabled, mobility restricted, sight & hearing impaired bookings – purchases and enquiries 8375 6855 Tuesday to Friday 9.30am to 5pm (excluding public holidays) or email mcc@marion.sa.gov.au
Companion Card – phone 8375 6855 Tuesday to Friday 9.30am to 5pm (excluding public holidays) or email mcc@marion.sa.gov.au
Wheelchair/Mobility Seating – Wheelchair and mobility seating available.


Contacts

Business / Organisation Name:
Box Office
Telephone:
8375 6855

Location


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