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Summer School Holiday Activities

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School Holiday Activities Join us this Summer for our School Holiday activities! Summer Playgroup – $4.50 Playtime and Christmas craft activities Monday 18th December 2017. 10:30am. All ages. Oceanic Christmas Decorations – School Holiday Program – $8.00 Make ocean themed Christmas decorations to take home. Tuesday 19th, Thursday 21st Read More ››

Sea Shepherd Guided Tours – Summer School Holidays

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Sea Shepherd Steve Irwin Exhibit Guided Tours When: Saturday 6 January and Sunday 7 January 2018 Guided Tours of the Sea Shepherd Steve Irwin Exhibit 45 minute guided tours: 12:00pm, 2:00pm each day. Public talks on Saturday 6 January 2018 at 11am & 1pm. SA Whale Centre entry fees apply: Adults Read More ››

Play Group at SA Whale Centre

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Monday Morning Play Group at the SA Whale Centre The team at the SA Whale Centre are delighted to offer our exciting play group during the summer school holidays at the SA Whale Centre. The Play Group will be held on Monday mornings from 10:30am to 11:45am, on 18 Read More ››

SA Whale Centre “Pops Up” in Rundle Mall

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Celebrating the start of the whale season The South Australian Whale Centre, Sea Shepherd Adelaide, The Big Duck Boat Tours and Fleurieu Marine Life are coming to Rundle Mall, to talk, share and inspire about the joys of whale watching in South Australia. Learn about whale watching and whale watching Read More ››

2017 Whale Time Playtime Festival

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Join us for exciting activities to celebrate the whale season! Whale Time Playtime Festival Date: Sunday 28 May 2017, 10.00am – 4.00pm Location: Warland Reserve, Victor Harbor Tickets: $5 per person – both kids and adults. Tickets available at the gate, or book online Live entertainment and free activities Read More ››

New Aboriginal Exhibit

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New exhibit celebrates Kondoli dreaming story Recently the South Australian Whale Centre launched a new exhibit that celebrates the Ramindjeri dreaming story of Kondoli (the whale story). The Kondoli exhibit has been four years in the making with representatives from local Indigenous groups – the Aboriginal Youth Action Committee, Read More ››