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Sky Tower “Chocca” Fun These September School Hols

7 September 2005

Sky Tower “Chocca” Fun These September School Holidays

Sky Tower is running a “Charlie and the Chocolate Factory” themed promotion for the September school holidays, based around the family blockbuster movie which opens this month at Village SKYCITY Cinemas.

From 10am to 4pm daily (24 September through to October 9 2005), all children taking the trip up the Sky Tower will be in for a “Charlie and the Chocolate Factory” treat with face painting, story telling, sing-a-long sessions (with tunes and stories from the movie) and a complimentary goodie bag on arrival that’s “chocca” full of fun.

In addition, children that come dressed up as an “Oompa Loompa” movie character, and purchase a standard Sky Tower admission ticket will get a complimentary pass to Sky Deck (Sky Tower’s highest public viewing platform above the main observation decks and Orbit restaurant), and go into the draw to win one of 200 “Charlie and the Chocolate Factory” prize packs.

For further information about the Sky Tower “Charlie and the Chocolate Factory” promotion, phone 09 363 6000 or visit

* Conditions apply – normal Sky Tower admission prices apply. Story telling times are 11am, 1pm, 2pm and 3pm daily.


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