Posted on 30/08/2016 by Phillip Island Nature Parks
Calling all Superheroes these school holidays!
If you’ve got a budding Superhero at home, you can take them down to the Antarctic Journey for some Superhero training these school holidays.
Kids can join Phillip Island Nature Parks’ Superhero Rangers and save Antarctica by completing a SuperKids training mission. After collecting their SuperKids passport, the trainees begin by making their own Superhero mask then setting off to hunt for the Thermal Villains hiding in The Lab. They can then test their aim at the Kryptonite Toss before completing their training by blasting their way through the Obstacle Course and receiving a reward.
When: Monday 19th September to Sunday 25th September 10am – 4pm
Where: WWF Antarctic Journey at the Nobbies
Cost: Antarctic Journey entry ticket – Adult $18, Child (4-15) $9, Family (2A2C) $45
For some action that’s a little more down to earth, Rangers are running a series of FREE activities right across the Nature Parks throughout the holidays.
Churchill Island Quest – Young nature and history lovers will enjoy making all sorts of discoveries as they follow the clues and explore Churchill Island, map in hand and eyes on the lookout for the answers to this Quest.
When: Monday 19th & Monday 26th September 10am – 1pm
Where: Churchill Island
Bush Creatures – Families visiting Phillip Island’s Koala Conservation Centre these school holidays can join a range of fun, nature inspired craft activities and take home their arty creations to treasure.
When: Wednesday 21st & Wednesday 28th September 10am – 12.30pm
Where: Koala Conservation Centre
Koala Prowl –A night-time discovery of the magical world of the Koala Conservation Centre, venturing into the night for close encounters with resident wildlife. Bookings are essential and children must be at least five years of age to participate.
When: Friday 23rd & Friday 30th September 6.30pm – 7.30pm
Where: Koala Conservation Centre – Bookings essential Ph 5951 2800
Wacky Water Bugs – Local rangers will guide families on a wetland investigation which uncovers the many weird and wacky creatures that live in Phillip Island’s surrounding wetlands.
When: Tuesday 27th September
Where: Location advised at time of booking – Bookings essential Ph 5951 2800
There’s plenty to do on Phillip Island during these school holidays so take the kids down for some excitement, fun and adventure.
Roland Pick - Communications Officer
Tel: +613 5951 2825 Mobile: 0418 402 161