General Public Open Days for the Guide Dogs SA Discovery Centre.
The Discovery Centre is Australia’s first interactive vision and hearing education centre. There are nine innovative and interactive activities in the state-of-the-art facility at Morphett Street which takes visitors through a range of experiences simulating life with a vision or hearing impairment.
Check out the award winning Discovery Centre during the School Holidays. Usually only open for bookings by schools, corporate and community groups, the centre is opening to the general public so you don’t miss out on this unique opportunity.
- Play basketball with glasses simulating a vision loss
- Learn Braille and crack a code
- Walk with a white cane
- Test sounds and develop an understanding of safe listening levels
- Plus meet one of their gorgeous Guide dogs!
Available during the January 2017 school holidays.
Morning sessions: 10.30- 12 noon
Afternoon sessions: 12.30 – 2 pm
$6.00 per person (including adults).
Suitable for children aged seven years and above.
*All children must be accompanied by an adult
Each session goes for 90 minutes.
Bookings are essential and can be made by calling 8203 8333.
For more information and all enquiries please visit the Guide Dogs SA/NT website here
What: Guide Dogs SA School Holiday Activities at the Discovery Centre
When: January 2017 school holidays
Where: Guide Dogs SA Discovery Centre | 251 Morphett Street | Adelaide
Who: Children 7 years and above
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Images source: Guide Dogs SA website