Where do the dinosaurs go for the school holidays? St Kilda, Melbourne of course.

This interactive animatronic display Jurassic Creatures has arrived in St Kilda, bringing its prehistoric world to little children until 14th October 2018.

Featuring more than 30 dinosaurs, this exciting exhibition is sure to captivate young and old. You’ll have a chance to marvel at their stories, watch them move and hear them roar.

Perhaps becoming a palaeontologist for the day sparks your interest? Get kitted out with an expert digger outfit and spend hours chipping away at prehistoric fossils.

This event is a must-see this school holidays. Get ready to explore the ancient world as the Triassic period comes to life!

Where: St Kilda Triangle, 10 Lower Esplanade, St Kilda VIC 3182, adjacent to Palais Theatre.

When: Saturday 15 September until Sunday 14 October 2018. There are multiple sessions during the day – you can see availability when booking.

Duration: Each session runs for three hours – the perfect amount of time to enjoy activities.

Target audience: Your little dinosaur fans, children aged up to 12, adults, and lovers of the Jurassic world.

Tickets: Children aged 2-12 $31.56 each, adults $31.56 each, and children under 2 are free. Family passes are $99.44 and include 2 adults + 2 children passes.

Website: https://www.jurassiccreatures.com.au

Getting there: there are many parking options are available around St Kilda, alternatively you can catch a 3, 16 or 96 tram to stop 138.

Food: My girls headed straight for the popcorn, fairy floss and soft drinks.

Lowlight: None, but make sure you bring a little extra cash for the kids for the gift store.

Highlight: It is a great event for the whole family, we all had a fantastic time exploring the animatronic Jurassic experience.

Hot tip: Get a group of friends together – it’s the ultimate school holiday play date. If it’s just you and the kids, don’t worry, it’s a highly interactive and social environment, you might even walk away with a few new friends!

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