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Two-Hour Trampoline Session for 1 ($19), 2 ($36), 4 ($64) or 6 People ($90) at Flip Out, 6 Locations (Up to $162 Value)
Visitors can choose from 6 locations to perfect their jumps, improve coordination and practise new tricks and flips at this trampoline park...
(was $27)
Monkey Mania Kids Pass: One ($6), Three ($17), or Ten Visits ($49), Multiple Locations (Up to $150 Value)
Stop little monkeys swinging from the trees with a visit to an indoor play centre brimming with attractions like foam ball arenas and slides...
(was $15)
SEA LIFE Sydney Aquarium Entry with Meal Package - Child ($25) or Adult ($35) , Darling Harbour (Up to $55.95 Value)
Dive into the deep end and encounter species like seahorses, penguins and dugongs in themed zones showing Australia’s water environmen...
(was $37)
$199 for Shark Dive Xtreme Entry at Manly SEA LIFE Sanctuary (Up to $299 Value)
Thrill-seeking Groupies can enjoy this adrenaline-fueled experience; dive with passive Grey Nurse Sharks and a host of other sea life...
(was $299)
90-Minute Shark Dive Experience with All-Day SEA LIFE Sunshine Coast Entry for $189 (Up to $252 Value)
Shark Dive Xtreme at SEA LIFE Sunshine Coast offers a unique opportunity to come face-to-face with sharks, turtles, stingrays and more!...
(was $252)
Opera in the Vineyards Tickets from $85, 14 October, Chateau Elan, Hunter Valley
See Cheryl Barker and Teddy Tahu Rhodes performing famous arias and duets under the stars in the heart of the Hunter Valley...
(was $85)


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Former teacher says he barely remembers student he is accused of assaulting

A former Marist College teacher accused of indecently assaulting a student in the early 1980s says he struggled to even remember the boy.

Man 'threatened' into transporting 10kg of ice hidden in fish statues, court told

A Nigerian man on trial for a large importation of drugs concealed inside three fish statues says he thought he was helping a friend's decor business.

National Press Club: Michael Gannon

Australian Medical Association president Michael Gannon addresses the National Press Club on Medicare.

Playground swastika removed three months after Jewish community complaints

A Jewish community leader says "symbols of hate" spray-painted in a playground were not removed for three months after they were reported to the ACT Government.

Cold Chisel, AC/DC, INXS producer joins ANU School of Music

Multi-ARIA-winning record producer Mark Opitz joins the Australian National University's School of Music, with staff and students saying they are excited to learn from an Australian rock music icon.

'I was convinced I was going to die': Brothers jailed for rape of sex workers

Two brothers, Mohammad Alibassi and Khalid Alibassi, who raped Canberra sex workers are each sentenced to jail.



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