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Nickelodeon Boo at the Zoo:

29 September 2005

Nickelodeon Boo at the Zoo:

the most fun place to trick or treat this Halloween!

Fairies, ghosts, goblins and ghouls are invited to join SpongeBob SquarePants, Patrick Star and Classic Hits’ Mark Bunting for a night of frightful fun at Nickelodeon Boo at the Zoo on Saturday, 29 October (6pm to 10pm) – where human and animal creatures of the night will have a scream celebrating Halloween.

Brought to you by SKY TV, Classic Hits, Allens, Nesquik and Nickelodeon Central at Dreamworld Australia, Nickelodeon Boo at the Zoo is a safe and fun environment for the whole family to enjoy.

From 6pm at the zoo gate, pick up your goodie bag with programme and Nickelodeon Central passport to guide you on your ghoulish way. Locate all eight Boo Stops around the zoo, collect your ghostly goodies and have your Nickelodeon Central passport validated to be in the draw to win a family trip to Dreamworld in Australia! (visit www.aucklandzoo.co.nz for full prize details, terms and conditions).

Be sure to dress up, because the most creepily kitted-out kids selected throughout the night will take part in a costume parade for fabulous prizes at the Band Rotunda, where it will be fiendish fun and games, including entertainment from band Xstatic.

Some lucky kids and grown-ups will be chosen to participate in the Nick Toons Challenge Competition, which will include playing games like the Rug Rats Nappy Race and Cat Dog Trick or Treat. To top off a devilishly good night, all the stars come out to play. There will be a special cultural performance, as well as our SPOOKTACULAR Show – featuring sword swallowing, magic, juggling and comedy.

Nickelodeon Boo at the Zoo tickets are available for purchase now at Auckland Zoo (ph 09 360 3805) and Ticketek (www.ticketek.co.nz or ph 09 307 5000). Tickets cost: adults $20, children (4-15) $10, under 4s free. Family passes (2 adults, 2 children $50) and concessions (seniors/students $15) will also be available. Friends Of The Zoo members receive a 20 per cent discount on all prices.

The event rain date is Sunday 30 October (listen to Classic Hits or Newstalk ZB at 2pm on Saturday for rain date decision). For more information call our Infoline on (09) 360 3819 or check out www.aucklandzoo.co.nz or www.nick.com

Nickelodeon Boo at the Zoo

Brought to you by SKY TV, Classic Hits, Allens, Nesquik and Nickelodeon Central at Dreamworld Australia.
Saturday 29 October 2005 from 6pm to 10pm (rain date Sunday 30 October 2005)
Auckland Zoo, Motions Road, Western Springs, Auckland

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