Dinosaur Show – The Dino Maniacs – Let’s Time Travel to Sawtell RSL

  • $20

Voted “Best Kids Live Show in Australia ” in What’s on 4 Kids 2024.

Step into a prehistoric paradise with The Dino Maniacs!

Get ready for an interactive, high-energy dinosaur adventure that’s perfect for the entire family.

Join Razor The Raptor, Trixi Triceratops, and lovable Aussie dinosaurs, Ozzi & Oi!, for an exhilarating journey through time. Let your imagination run wild as you groove to catchy tunes like “Rock & Roar” and “Dance with the Dinosaurs,” along with classic toe-tapping hits that’ll have everyone on their feet.

With surprises, laughter, and chances to get up close and personal with six incredible dinosaurs, this family show spectacular is a must-attend event.

Don’t forget to grab your very own ‘Time Travel Goggles’ at the entrance and come dressed as your favourite dinosaur for an unforgettable experience. Don’t miss the ultimate interactive adventure that’s perfect for the whole family!

Come along for a roarin’ good time!

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