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Tower Of Treasure at Sky Tower

19 April 2005

Tower Of Treasure at Sky Tower and be in to win a trip to fiji

These school holiday’s come along and help Scotty Sky Tower hunt for his treasure in the Tower, (if you help Scotty Sky Tower find his treasure you can take some home in a goody bag), and you can go in the draw to win a trip to Treasure Island in Fiji. This includes return airfares for two adults and two children, 5 nights accommodation and return transfers and pre-payable taxes.

On admission to Sky Tower children will be given a treasure hunt map detailing where questions and activities are, and the entry form for the Fiji prize draw. There will be two questions located around Sky Tower – on the Main Observation and Sky Lounge, and participants have to answer these before they can find the treasure.

On Main Observation level there will be face painting between 10am – 4pm daily, with face painters dressed in pirate hats, and Scotty Sky Tower will be there looking for his treasure between 11am – 3pm. On Sky Lounge level there will be interactive storytelling at 11am – 11.30am; 12pm – 12.30pm, 1.30pm – 2pm and 2.30pm – 3pm. The story is themed ‘pirates on a treasure hunt’. If you listen to this story carefully, you’ll find out the answers to the questions!

Once participants have completed the treasure hunt they will be directed to the treasure chest where they can ‘dip’ in and get their goody bag. The entry box for the completed entry form will be located at the exit by the lifts.

The Tower of Treasure School Holiday’s Promotion will run until 01 May 2005.

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