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South Coast Leisure Times : Winter 2012
National Parks / Illawarra Fly www.southcoastleisuretimes.com.au South Coast 13 The is an awesome new dedicated to delivering, educ at ional, envir onmental, inspiring and high quality enter tainment for children and families.To be presented each and ever y scho ol holidays, The iFly 4 Kids program complements the while adding a new dimension for children and families. "We've put together an amazing schedule of fun school holiday programs for kids" says Neredith Elliott GM, Illawarra FlyTreetop Walk, "For our launch event we are presenting Erth @ the Fly which is a fantastic show about Australian Mega Fauna that is in huge demand all around the world, kids love it!" . .Erthisan internationally renowned Austr alian theatre company who create incredible, large scale, life like puppets of Austr alian mega-fauna. This unique show allows audience interaction with enormous, incredible and fantastic prehistoric Australian dinosaurs in a Zoo like environment. Kids and parents can pat the lifelike young dinosaurs which are lively, animated and affectionate.The star of the show is the Dwarf Allosaurus, a mere 155 million years old! for Erth @ the Fly are $15 for kids, $32 for an adult, $26 for seniors and children under 4 are just $5, the ticket price includes admission to the Treetop Walk. Performances at 10am, 12:30pm and 3pm from July 5-7. For phone 1300 362 881. Walk with the dinosaurs. ifly kids just a som ! Oceans cover about 70% of the Earth's surface and this vast environment is home to some of the Earth's most fascinating creatures... whales! NSW has over Many of these parks are on the south coast and provide for whale watching, particularly during winter. When you go whale watching, you're very likely to see other species that share the ocean with whales, ranging from other mammals like seals and sea lions, to small fish and crustaceans. Tohelpyoufind spot close to you - visit our website This website gives you all the latest sightings and you can find the hot spots on our sightings map. Follow the migration of our beloved long distance swimmers.There's -- and all you'll need to go whale watching.You can subcribe on line to receive free newsletters, keeping you up to date. Do you know that we're also on ? Why not join the conversation and tell us about your last whale sighting. Get involved... find out about whale events. 'r ild about hal s ... a d s d a Want your whale sightings while you're out & about? Download our new free Wild About Whales m obile app - fro m the Apple Store. Visit: www.wildaboutwhales.com.au Take the plunge & explore our parks, go whale watching & discover what else there is to see & do! 2255691