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School Holiday fun this Easter!

2 April


Keep the kids busy these school holidays, with SKYCITY’s Kids Go Free, and The Great SKYCITY Easter Egg Hunt.

From 13 – 28 April, ‘Kids Go Free’ at SKYCITY, with a range of activities and special offers to suit the whole family. Go up the Sky Tower to see the city from 220m above or take a walk on the wild side with the SkyWalk.

For the kids who want to kick back, head down to the SKYCITY Theatre and check out the great movies, including HOP and How To Train Your Dragon. To refresh and refuel, Andy’s Burgers & Bar, Gusto at the Grand and the Sky Cafe have a great range of dining deals to suit all.

With Easter upon us, hop on over to the Great SKYCITY Easter Egg Hunt! Pick up an entry form at the atrium and locate the giant eggs hidden around SKYCITY to go in the draw to win prizes. For those with a knack for finding clues, sniff out the golden egg to get an additional entry into the draw!

Make sure you crack the code before 30 April to be in the draw to win one of five ultimate family SKYCITY experiences, valued at $2,000 each.

ENDS


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