Join us as we take a trip back in time when the Earth was younger and dinosaurs ruled the land.

Erth’s widely acclaimed Dinosaur Zoo theatre performance is bigger and better and heading to the WA Museum for the 2016 January school holidays. The Dinosaur Zoo performance features a cast of amazingly life-like, large-scale dinosaur puppets that are bound to have everyone young and old on the edge of their seats.

Featuring new dinosaurs including an impressive T-rex and even a Triceratops. Get ready to be amazed and inspired by these prehistoric star attractions! For ages 5 to 12.

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Price

  • Children – $15.00, Adults – $17.50, Concession – $15.00, Family Ticket – $55.00

Where

WA Museum

Perth Cultural Centre, James Street, Perth WA 6000

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