Posted on 15/02/2018 by Phillip Island Nature Parks
Outrageous antics in the Antarctic
Step into an Antarctic Wonderland this Labour Day Long Weekend for one of the craziest tea parties you’re ever likely to attend. What else could you possibly expect when the festivities have been organised by the Mad Hatter, and a magical Mad Hatter at that?
The Mad Hatter Magic Show is coming to the Antarctic Journey at the Nobbies on Saturday 10 and Sunday 11 March. Kids of all ages are assured of a hilariously theatrical and very interactive slice of Wonderland as the Mad Hatter’s antics begin as soon as he arrives at the door. You’ll be totally amazed at what he manages to pull out of his picnic baskets – objects appear, disappear, transpose, and end up in the most unusual places.
But be warned. If you attend this outrageous Magic Show, there is every chance you’re going to be asked to ‘help’ the Mad Hatter with some of his tricks, and audience participation is highly encouraged.
Wonderland themed craft activities will keep everyone busy from the time the doors open at 10am, through until 3pm on both days, and the face painter will provide some great opportunities for the kids to show their theatrical side with some great face art.
So come along and join the fun in the Antarctic Journey at the Nobbies on the Labour Day Long Weekend. Entry is FREE with an Antarctic Journey ticket or a 4 Parks Pass which includes the Penguin Parade, Koalas, Churchill Island and the Antarctic Journey.
What: Mad Hatter Magic Show
Where: Antarctic Journey at the Nobbies
Date: Saturday 10 & Sunday 11 March
Show Times: 11am and 1pm daily
Cost: FREE with an Antarctic Journey ticket or 4 Parks Pass