Win a Family Pass to Mega Creatures 2021

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This giveaway has now ended. Thanks to all that entered and if you are planning on going to the Mega Creatures I hope you have a great day.

Would you love to take the kids to the Hunter Valley Gardens during the school holidays?

How about to a family pass to the Mega Creatures Night Safari in the Hunter Valley Gardens.

Mega Creatures Night Safari is being held from the 27th March – 25th April 2021

The Hunter Valley Gardens is only a two hour drive from Sydney, and is an ideal destination for the whole family to holiday during the school holidays. This year the all-new Mega Creatures Night Safari, with never-before-seen animatronic animals and displays is something you will not want to miss!

What Can You Do at Mega Creatures Night Safari?

  • You don’t have to do the night safari and in fact can do the Mega Creatures Day session.
  • There is a Trail app to download and this will allow you to see the Wooly Mammoth, flying Pterosaur, giant Brachiosaurus an loads more dinosaurs. “Download the Trail App to discover fun dinosaur facts and take part in photo challenges and quizzes during the day. At night, the Trail App guides you through an eerie landscape that will have you nervously wondering what is lurking around the next bend in the path or behind the tree.”
  • Walking Dinosaur – this is new for 2021 and is only able to be seen from 10.30am to 2.30pm
  • Dino Nursery – Display of all sorts of dinosaurs
  • Mega Creatures – See the gigantic Spider-sauarus, frogs, cicada and other creatures
  • Dragons – There are many dragons to see and one that is 6m long and has two heads!
  • Night at the Hunter Valley Museum – Kids can dig for dinosaur fossils
  • Ice Age Creatures – The Ice Age comes to life with a 3 metre Wooly Mammoth and two Saber-Toothed Tigers.
  • Dinosaur Skelton’s – Get up close with a Velociraptor and Triceratops skeletons.
  • Spider Cave – If you are brave you can have an adventure in the spider cave.
  • Secret Dino Egg Hunt – One Dinosaur egg gets hidden each day and if you are the lucky person who finds it you will win a family pass to the Christmas Lights Spectacular.
  • Food Stalls – After your walk around the gardens, take a break and have some food and a drink
  • Rides – Tea Cup, Swing Chair, Carousel and Ferris Wheel. The rides are $5 each and height restrictions apply.

Over the Easter period, the Easter bunny will also be making an appearance between 10am – 2pm, 2nd- 5th April and each child will receive an Easter chocolate gift.

The Night Safari is more thrilling and eerie than any previous exhibition. After the sun goes down, the pre-historic beasts come to life through special effect lighting, sound effects and movement. The lighting and night-time calls of the dinosaurs will have you jumping out of your skin!

This year there’s also dragons, an erupting 3-metre-high volcano that lights up the night and for all the arachnophobes, there’s a walk-through spider tunnel to test your nerves. There will also be a walking dinosaur roaring and roaming the grounds from 6:30pm – 9:30pm.

For those visiting during the day, there are over 20 new additions including an Archaeological dinosaur fossil dig to search for lost dinosaur bones and a secret dinosaur egg hunt, with a new egg hidden each day within the Gardens. The walking dinosaur will also make an appearance between 10.30am – 2.30pm.

What Can You Win?

One family pass for 2 adults and 2 children to Hunter Valley Gardens Mega Creatures or Mega Creatures Night Safari events. The pass is worth $99.00, talk about a great saving to make your holidays even cheaper! The prize is an
e-ticket, so make sure that your email address is valid so if you are the lucky winner you will not miss out on the prize.

How to Enter the Giveaway

Simply fill out the rafflecopter form and answer the following question as a blog comment on this post.

Q. Why would your children love to go to the Mega Creatures Night Safari?

a Rafflecopter giveaway

To comment to answer the above go to the bottom of the post where it says, WHAT DO YOU THINK? Then enter your comment on this post.

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When Does the Giveaway End?

Midnight Saturday the 3rd of April.

“The displays are a wonderland for families. Kids can spend hours exploring hidden treasures, getting close to the gigantic pre-historic beasts, and exploring our expansive gardens. The displays take the pressure off parents’ hands and provides endless excitement for curious little minds.”

Kim Jacobs, Marketing and Communications Manager at Hunter Valley Gardens

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13 Responses
  • Vicki
    March 29, 2021

    My ‘paleontologists’ as I like to call them are absolutely Dino/Jurassic obsessed and would have the time of their life!!
    They absolutely know everything about dinosaurs and would really appreciate Mega Creatures at the gardens.
    It would also make me feel better for the boys having to miss out on Dinosaur Valley at Scenic World earlier this year.

  • Christina
    March 30, 2021

    Looks like an amazing adventure and opportunity and the little ones would be over the moon

  • Tamara D
    March 30, 2021

    My son blows me away with how much knowledge he has of dinosaurs in particular. He can name dinosaurs I’ve never even heard of (and I’ve heard of quite a few!)!! He would get a real kick out of seeing some up close, digging for some fossils – and the dragons would just be the icing on the cake.

    My daughter would would be most excited about the spider cave, which I think is crazy…… sometimes I wonder if she’s even mine (and I’m the mum)!!!

  • karina l
    March 30, 2021

    My 4 year old does not know the alphabet but he knows the name of most dinosaurs, even ones I don’t even know how to pronounce! He is obsessed!

  • Belinda M
    March 31, 2021

    My daughters are crazy about dinosaurs, they have seen this advertised and have been begging to go.
    They have dozens of toy dinosaurs and play with them constantly. They even act like dinosaurs and make me call them by their names (aren’t you a cute little velociraptor), and feed them dinosaur food.
    They would be overjoyed to see this.

  • Gayle Vos
    March 31, 2021

    My grandkids will think I’m just the best if I win this for them, they would be super excited as they love dinosaurs.

  • Felicity Frankish
    March 31, 2021

    My youngest is about to turn 2! He is just dinosaur obsessed, so after a lockdown birthday last year, this would be the perfect treat for him.

  • Kylie S
    March 31, 2021

    My son would love this as he is dinosaur mad. Would love to be able to take him to see this he would be completely over the moon to go.

  • Chelle D
    March 31, 2021

    Mr 7 would love to go so he can tell me all the dinosaur names and give me random facts about each. The Hunter Valley Gardens is magical and a fun family day out.

  • Justine Drake
    March 31, 2021

    My dinosaur obsessed 4 year old daughter would think this is the best thing to ever happen… and I’d love to see her little face light up and roar like a dinosaur!

  • KATHY FERGUSON CLARK
    April 1, 2021

    To also be able to take her brother as he is amazed with any think big and she loves being a big sis

  • Rhema
    April 1, 2021

    OMG this looks super cool and super fun. If I won this pass I’d be number one !!

  • Roberto Colombi
    April 2, 2021

    As the kids are sick of seeing this ‘Old Dinosaur’ every day time for some new options for them!

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