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School Holiday Giveaway: AQWA

Enter the draw to win AQWA tickets these school holidays!

An awesome underwater adventure awaits you at the Aquarium of Western Australia (AQWA)!

Encounter the incredible and iconic marine life of Western Australia on a spectacular underwater journey. Come face-to-fin with giant sharks, stingrays, rescue turtles, baby crocodiles, ‘Nemo’ and so much more! As you move through the 45+ displays you’ll explore the coastal zones of WA and be immersed in stunning themed exhibits.

AQWA Tickets include:

  • All day general admission to the aquarium
  • Free map provided for you to self-guide through 40+ exhibits
  • Highlights including: Underwater Tunnel, Touch Pool, Living Coral Reef & Turtle Pool Rescue Centre
  • New favourites including: Ocean Playroom, Glowing Ocean Exhibit, Marina Bay playground
  • Access to AQWA Cafe & Gift Shop
  • Free 4 hour parking

Tickets do not include priority entry, and must be scanned upon entry. All tickets are valid from 9am-4pm, arrive at your preferred time with last admissions at 3.30pm.

Terms and conditions: 

  • The competition is open to anyone who is in an unpaid caring role and is registered with Carers WA.
    To register with Carers WA, call 1300 227 377 or click here.
  • The promoter of this ticket giveaway is Carers WA and is in no way affiliated with AQWA.
  • The competition begins on Friday, 8th December 2023 and will run until midnight Sunday, 17th December 2023.
  • Winners will be announced 12pm on Wednesday, 20th December 2023, via email.
  • Carers WA does not take any liability for lost tickets.
  • The winners drawn by Carers WA is final and not subject to any form of appeal.

By entering this competition, you acknowledge and accept the above terms and conditions.

 

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