A Chip Off the Old Rock | SA Whale Centre School Holiday Program | Victor Harbor | Jul 2016

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Join in this July school holidays for CHIP OFF the OLD ROCK! sessions.

Kids will learn about the wonders of sand through science experiments, games and craft activities where they’ll make their very own sand art, and make a sand instrument.

Only $8 per child (pay on the day). Tuesday, Thursdays and Fridays each week of the 2016 July school holidays, commencing 12th July 2016. Ticket price also includes entry to the SA Whale Centre, which is usually $4.50. These programs are recommended for primary school aged children.


Read more about whale watching in and around Victor Harbor here.

To register please visit the Eventbrite website here.

Spaces are limited so book now to secure your childs place or call 08 8551 0750 for more information.

The SA Whale Centre hosts WhaleFest School Holiday program every school holidays, with new activities each time.

For more information and all enquiries please visit the A Chip of the Old Rock Facebook event page.

What: A Chip of the Old Rock – SA Whale Centre School Holiday Program

When: Commencing Tuesday 12 July 2016 | Tuesday, Thursdays and Fridays each week of the 2016 July school holidays.

Where: South Australian Whale Centre | Victor Harbor, SA

Who: Primary Aged Children

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