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Celebrate Australia Day at Koala Park Sydney & Party Like It’s 1799!

Source: Convict Footprints
Archived 3 Mar 2020 - Posted: 7 Jan 2020
Melinda Arnold, Steve Charlton, Tiffany Stoecker and Jerry Retford
Convict Footprints presents “CONVICTS GET SHEEPISH”

Time travel back to the early days of the Colony and let our multi-award winning troupe take you on a light-hearted romp through Australian history.  Discover the origins of the famous Australian wool industry through the eyes of some very colourful Colonial personalities.  Remember though, this is 1799, and there are convicts about; so keep your valuables guarded at all times!  But worry not – our trusty Redcoat captain will be on hand to keep order and throw any unsavoury characters (including you) in the pillory stocks, if necessary.

Come for the show and stay for the day.  Your ticket price includes entry  into Koala Park Sydney; so why not spend  some time  amongst the Australian flora and fauna.   What better  way to say “Happy Australia Day!”

Only 4 Shows:

  •  Sat, 25 January - 12:00pm and 2:00pm
  •  Sun, 26 January - 12:00pm and 2:00pm

Ticket Prices (Including  Park Entry)

  • Adults: $53*
  • Children (Under 15): $30*

*Annual pass holders may purchase tickets at Koala Park Sydney for $25 (Adults) and $15 (Children).

 
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