Vote Count 2020

Vote Count 2020

25/03/2020, Geelong, Cricket, Geelong Cricket Association, Article # 29826033


Congratulations to all the winners of our vote count great effort from all


2nds Brad Scown           3rds Matt Demann          4ths Dane Marum 

5ths Brandon Santleben          6ths Ben Goodwin & Dan Wilson


2019/20 Season comes to an end

2019/20 Season comes to an end

24/03/2020, Geelong, Cricket, Geelong Cricket Association, Article # 29825560

The 2019/20 Season came to an abrupt end last Tuesday Night as all local sport was cancelled due to the COVID19 problems sweeping the world. In a season where we had a Month's worth of rain fall on a Friday, Rats eating a club's covers and the threat of Smoke Haze shortening games, I don't know why we didn't see this coming earlier.


With our 1st XI sitting on top, it was only fair that we were deemed Premiers for Season 2019/20, to which our guys celebrated over the weekend. It was bittersweet for our 2nd XI guys who gave up top spot last week with a bad batting display. Our 3rd XI also didn't get the opportunity to have a crack at finals as they finished 3rd.


Last Night The GCA held their annual Presentation Night via a live stream video on their Facebook Page. The North Geelong boys swept the awards with Tom Mathieson taking out the 1st XI Bowling Average. The 2s boys cleaned up as well, Nathan Pearson taking out the batting average as Sean McGrath took out the bowling, whilst in the 4s Jarrod Brown's pre Christmas batting seen him take out the 4th XI batting award. Along with the average winners we were also awarded 2nd for the Club Championship and then in the main feature of the night Alistair McCann came equal 3rd in the Jack Sing Medal which was won by Grovedale's Jordan Moran.


Lastly, sadly we've had to cancel our Presentation Night due to the current events. A Video recording is being organised now for us to recognise the winners of all our awards and that'll be posted to our Social Media in the coming days. For Now, everyone stay safe, don't panic and let's hope this blows over so that we can go back to back in season 2020/21!!
Lara Sporting Club is CLOSED until further notice

Lara Sporting Club is CLOSED until further notice

23/03/2020, Geelong, Cricket, Geelong Cricket Association, Article # 29825959

As per Federal Government mandate the Lara Sporting Club is CLOSED until further notice. Please do your civic duty and respect social distancing. The sooner this terrible virus expires the sooner we can open our doors.
A message from our President Peter Kelly

A message from our President Peter Kelly

18/03/2020, Geelong, Cricket, Geelong Cricket Association, Article # 29825958
Bring on the finals

Bring on the finals

16/03/2020, Geelong, Cricket, Geelong Cricket Association, Article # 29815745

The finals are here and our guys have hit them full of confidence.



The boys bounced back in the best way possible, taking out a clutch run chase win with them into next week's semi final. Last week East won the toss and had no issues with batting first despite the 30mm of rain falling mid week. That decision proved to be a good one as East got off to a great start. The wicket was flat and the outfield fast, meaning that any bad balls were punished to the fence. At drinks East were well on top at 0/63. That soon became 0/84 before Tom broke thru for the first wicket of the day. Things didn’t get easier for our bowlers as the boundaries continued to flow. At 1/123, 300 looked on the cards; however that's when things turned. Brayden McGregor and Mitch Troy both struck on the eve of break to halt proceedings. After break, they both struck again and all of a sudden East were 5/151. Mitch then picked up his 3rd and there was a slight chance of the score staying below 200. The East lower order fought hard and made our guys work for their wickets. Lachy Hayes would pick up 2 late ones to have East all out 243.



In years gone by if you had of said we were 3/32 with Sam Vass and Fergy all out, we'd be lucky to scrape to 100. On Saturday that situation arose and luckily for our guys we toughed it out and pulled off our biggest win of the year. Layton McCann grinded out an innings whilst Brayden McGregor refound his touch. When Brayden fell Mitch Troy walked to the wicket and joined Layton at 4/73 and still plenty of work required. The boys got us to the tea interval and kicked into another gear after tea. Mitchell found the boundary on regular occasion whilst Layton rotated the strike. The pair put on 70 before Layton chased a wide one and was out caught behind for 57. Any momentum that East got from that was short-lived as Alistair McCann whacked it away from them. Mitch got into the 70s as the 200 came up and in search of another boundary Mitch fell for a brilliant 76 and it took an absolute blinder to see the back of him. With 35 runs still required the boys weren't over the line, however Cossie and Alistair held their nerve and got the boys home to send East Belmont crashing out of the finals.



With top spot still on the line our guys slipped up and moved down into 2nd place on the back of a bad few hours of cricket. Last week, Biddis won the toss and elected to bat. The boys got off to a reasonable start. New opener Casey Meehan found the going easy before he was dismissed. Blake and Lachy Viv then kept things ticking along, when Viv left Naughty took over. At 2/77 the day looked set to be a big one; however that's where things turned pair shaped. The boys lost 4/21 heading into the break with the game back on even terms, Biddis took the aggressive approach after break and the tail failed to bat with him, seeing our guys all out for 112.



With 31 overs to bat on day 1, Jack and Cal Ferg got stuck into the East Top Order. At 3/7 our guys were back in front. A small partnership formed and just on the stroke of Stumps Cal bounced out the East bat with the score at 4/49 overnight. 63 runs were required on Day 2 as East grinded out the win. Mango did strike early on day 2 however the damage was done and East walked away winners. Stumps were pulled pretty quickly as both sides now play each other in a do or die semi final next week.



Winning the toss and bowling first was a favourite pass time of Col's last season. This year he's taken a more bat first approach, however with bowler friendly conditions last week, Col sent East in with great reward. Sam Wakefield picked up the first, before Tim Birch got the 2nd. Col then brought himself on with immediate impact. 2 quick wickets for himself and 1 to Bagga and all of a sudden East were 5/54. As the overs ticked along East were happy to go at 2 an over. A couple of chances went down before Tim Birch struck twice in an over. Things then took a bit of a turn as the East bats chanced themselves. Col eventually finished it off with 2 late wickets as East were all out for 150. Col picking up 4/36 from 24 overs.



The 3s batting hasn't quite been its usual self since Christmas, however this week, with a small total to chase down the guys took their time and built into the run chase. With the top 3 all back in the shed Hamish Lucas and Jarrod Brown steered the guys towards victory, when Hame fell for 34 it was Dan Davey that came in and made quick work of the chase. With Dan finding the boundaries it eased Jarrod's need for scoring as he again got himself to 33*(10th score of 30+ for the season) as stumps were pulled after the victory.



The 4ths ended their year with the complete batting performance. Batting first our guys piled on the runs thanks to the Pres Jeff Czajkowski. Getting a duck is a very rare thing for him; just ask him, anyway on the back of making a duck last week, the Pres bounced back in the best way possible. After losing Hugo early the Pres joined forces with Harry Viv as the pair put on over 50 to get the boys to break. After break Harry departed but that only brought Fraser to the wicket. Frase and Jeff ticked things on at a nice rate, eyeing off a century Jeff fell for 97 from a leading edge. Things didn’t stop their as Milso and Fraser kept pushing the score to 240. With 10 overs to go both guys fell, Fraser for 77 as the middle and tail pushed towards 300. We would eventually finish up 8/298, with Hillsy unbeaten on 26.



This week it was the Clatworthy Show as brothers Hugo and Frase both picked up 4 wickets each to knock another East Belmont side out of the finals race. Not to be out done with the ball, the skipper Hillsy started the day with 2 early wickets which kicked off things for the guys. The boys didn't have it all their own way, at 3/205 East were certainly in the box seat for the better part of the innings but to our guys credit they fought back and finished the year on a high.



The 5ths have wrapped up their year with a win and a loss over the fortnight Last week the guys had a great win, batting first we only managed to scrape 148 together with Scratch top scoring with 26*. That proved to be enough even though they were in a bit of trouble early. Manifold had crunched their way to 1/82 but things quickly turned when Spud Lucas was introduced. Spud picked up 3/6 from his 6 overs as he found some support at the other end from both the Rhodes' boys. Young Benny Demasi also chipped in with 2 wickets as Manifold were all out for 116. This week the guys bowled first and Joeys made their way to 210, no bowler could manage to pick up multiple wickets. In reply the boys gave it their best with Will Savickas making his highest ever score of 67. Baden Lucas was at his dominant best with a skilful 51 as well; however their efforts weren't quite enough as we were all out for 165 finishing the year in 6th place.



That means the finals are now upon us. South Barwon managed a clean sweep meaning that we came 2nd on the club championship table. A great place to be in the overall scheme of things. Our 1s have finished top booking themselves a home final whilst the 2s and 3s have both finished 2nd and 3rd respectively. The finals venues look like this...
1s Vs Grovedale @ Home
2s Vs East Belmont @ East Belmont
3s Vs St Josephs @ St Josephs



Lastly on Saturday Night we held our annual Alf Clark Medal Night with 20 year old first year player Alistair McCann taking out the big prize of the night. Soup Guts consistent year seen him walk away the winner by 7 votes over his brother Layton.
The winners were as followed...
1s Alf Clark Medal Winner... Alistair McCann
2s Baden Lucas Medal Winner... Cal Ferguson
3s Andrew Vivian Medal Winner... Cam Alford
4s Geoff Ryan Medal Winner... Jarrod Brown
5s Garry McGrath Medal Winner... Baden Lucas

How things can change in a week

How things can change in a week

02/03/2020, Geelong, Cricket, Geelong Cricket Association, Article # 29794381

The weekend really proved that a week is a long time in cricket. After getting to stumps on day 1 you would have looked at the scores and been comfortable with how the 1s 3s and 4s were placed. A week later and the 2nd XI are the only side to come away with a win.



If there was ever a time to have a loss, the ones have hopefully had there’s this week as the season really starts to ramp up now. After 50mm of rain fell during the week, Tom won the toss and sent Grovedale into bat. Hayesy rewarded the captain’s decision with a wicket in the 1st over. The wicket then looked to flatten out and things weren't easy with the ball. Enter Soup Guts McCann; the 6 foot 6 off spinner spun the boys back into the game picking up 2 wickets before break to see the game evenly poised at 3/76. He struck again after break to start a mini collapse. At 3/102 Grovedale would have said their noses were in front, but when Tom struck 3 times in 2 overs and the scoreboard read 7/110, our boys were in control. Tom picked up his 4th, before Soup grabbed the last 2 rewarding himself with his first 5 wicket haul for NGCC. Grovedale all out 156.



11 overs were still left in the day as Sam and Vass went about their business. Sam got a little eager and set off for a run that was never there resulting in his dismissal. After that Vass and Blake eased their way to stumps at 1/14. Day 2 didn't start well with Vass falling early. Runs were hard to come by as the Grovedale bowlers were at their miserly best. When both Blake and Cossie were dismissed it was left to the McCann boys to rescue us. Soup cleared the rope and then found the boundary again as the rescue mission looked to happen aggressively, however sadly for us when both McCann brothers fell we were staring down the barrel of an ugly loss. 9/96 as Kingy walked to the crease to join Mitchell, with all hope lost Mitch chanced his arm and took the long handle to the Grovedale attack. He found the boundary on a number of occasions and brought up his 50 along the way. With 21 runs to win there was a definite sniff of victory however he fell chancing his arm 1 more time and the boys went down by 20 runs.



The 2s showed sensational fight and have now found themselves on top of the 2nd XI ladder. Despite the wet week Craig won the toss and backed in his batsman. He may have been kicking himself over that decision after 3 overs we were 2/1 with both openers out. A couple of young guns then got us back into the contest. Lachy Vivian and Nathan Pearson both steadied the ship and were starting to make batting look easy. Lachy then knicked out leaving Nat to do the heavy lifting. Braden Szponar didn't last long and neither did Brayden McGregor and all of a sudden we were 5/80. That soon became 6/86 when Casey Meehan fell. Soon after Nat brought up his 50 as he was joined by Nathan Berry. The pair put on 65 with Naughty making his way into the 90s. Unlike Lara, it wasn’t to be, as he was dismissed for 93 this week in what was a great innings saving knock for the side. Bez then fired up and found the boundary on a regular occasion bringing up his first 50 for the club. When he fell for 58, the tail didn't add to the efforts and we were all out 191 with 5 ducks in the scorecard.



With 15 overs to bowl, left arm offie mango caught the Grovey bats off guard picking up 2 quick wickets. Grovey then settled and managed to make their way to stumps at 2/27. Day 2 didn’t start great for the boys as the 2 experienced Grovedale bats seen off the early threat from our guys. Mango struck on the back of a few tight overs from Jack Hall. Jack then got in the wickets himself with 3 big ones to really open the game up at 6/66. After being in a similar position last week our guys didn't allow the same to happen. Mango kept throwing them up at one end whilst Brayden McGregor picked up the 7th. Mango would then be rewarded with his 4th and 5th and Bez wrapped the game up as our guys bowled out Grovedale for 114.



When looking at the 3rds side u could have been mistaken for thinking it was the 1st XI side from 2009. Brown, Armistead, Millard, Alford and also A.Fergusson making up almost half the side. Sadly the guys played like our 1s did back in 2009 and lost in a tight battle. After losing the toss and having to bowl first, it was Col and Bagga that shook the Grovedale top order. Arriving late from work commitments Fergy was allowed to bowl from the 31st over onwards and he made immediate impact. He would bowl his 17 overs straight squeezing the Grovedale middle order. Figures of 17 overs 2/23 show why he’s still amongst the competitions best all rounders. Col would go on to finish with 4 wickets as Bagga, Ferg and Az Beecroft would all get 2 each with Grovedale being bowled out in the 71st over for 146.



Tone and Cam opened up and the pair got off to a steady start. With a tricky run chase on their hands the guys could afford to take their time in getting into the run chase. At break the guys still looked to be cruising at 3/88 with Fergy still to come. After break the boys lost Hamish, bringing Ferg to the crease. His stay was short as he couldn't get used to the slower pace, his wicket brought a collapse as our guys lost 6/25 meaning our last pair of Foxwell and Bagg needed 31 runs to win. Similar to the 1s, the guys fought it right out. With 7 runs to win, set batsman, Alex Foxwell picked out the fielder meaning our guys slip down to 3rd on the ladder. With finals still assured our guys will want to hit the finals on a winning note next week.



Finals are now definitely out of the question for our 4ths guys as they went down to a strong Grovedale side, who only last game, batted first and made 6/517. After winning the toss and sending the Grovey guys in our boys were hoping that history wouldn’t repeat itself. Playing as the 11th man in the 12th man rule Sam Wakefield was never going to let that happen. The former Tasmanian Premier cricketer led from the front with the ball as he made his way through the Grovedale top order. He found support from both Hugo and Hillsy as the pace trio kept the boys on top. With the carpet like outfield, if u beat the field its 4, making our guys job an even better effort. Grovedale would eventually be all out for 232 with Sam Wakefield picking up 5 wickets from his 22 overs. At the other end it was Darcy O'Brien and Hugo both picking up 2 wickets in support.



Requiring 3 an over on a fast ground, the guys just needed to bat overs. They lost Jeff early before Xav Norman backed his knock from last week with another solid performance. At break our guys were 4/92. A little behind the rate but not a bad place to be. When Deccy Clark was dismissed shortly after the break Daniel Davey came in with a job to do. Similar to last week he went about his business with ease. He lost Xav and then ran into a bit of trouble, as the lower order couldn't hang around with him. He managed to bring up his 50 and just like the 1s and 3s with victory insight we lost the set batsman and lost the game by just 10 runs.



Our 5ths picked up a win last week thanks to the improving efforts of the Elliott's. 14 year old Mitch Elliott made his way to 50* whilst his dad and Skipper Craig Elliott managed 46* as the guys made 8/193. With the help from a few footballers our guys were able to clean Bell Park up pretty comfortably. Will Savickas picked up 4 whilst Ash Jose wound back the clock with 3 and Bell Park were all out for 70. This week the guys weren't able to repeat their efforts against St Peters. Baden Lucas top scored with 32 as our guys were all out for 120. St Peters got there in just 18 overs losing 5 wickets along the way.



That brings another fortnight to an end. Full credit goes to Grovedale as a club, this weekend shows that whatever position you find yourself in, they always find a way to fight and win. We've lost by a total of 36 runs across 3 grades of cricket this weekend, Cricket depression may actually be a thing. However our guys won't have long to be down about the weekends game as next week we tackle East Belmont in what will be another huge game for the club. Our chances of the GCA Club Championship took a hit at the weekend as we are now 2.74 points behind South Barwon, making for an interesting finish. When the fortnight wraps up we'll be holding our annual Alf Clark Medal Vote Count on Saturday 14th March, straight after the game. Dinner will be on at the rooms and with Last year's count being such a great night. This year's should be no different.



Also, Junior finals have started with the club having 3 teams playing off in the past week. Tuesday Night our U17 T20 guys brought home the first piece of silverware for the year. Batting first our guys made 4/135 with Nathan Down top scoring with 40*. In reply Lara could only manage 100 with Josh Rhodes the pick of the bowlers. Then at the weekend our Under 17s side took their momentum with them to Queenscliff and won their semi final, they'll now play off in the Grand Final Next weekend against a strong South Barwon side. Skipper Xav Norman led from the front with 89 runs setting up the win. Lastly our Stage 2 Girls played off in the Grand Final today, unluckily for them it wasn’t their day as St Joeys snuck home on the final ball of the game. Requiring 6 runs from the last 2 balls, they managed to hit 2 boundaries to break our girl’s hearts, nevertheless still a great year for Colin and his girls!
Sports Website For Sale

Sports Website For Sale

29/11/2018, Geelong, Multi Sports, admin, Article # 28193180

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All the hard work is done with the site ready for an expert to develop the earning potential.

For further discussion please contact Mark Humphrey on

Join us and hundreds of classic cars in the City Cruise Tonight! Friday the 24th of November

Join us and hundreds of classic cars in the City Cruise Tonight! Friday the 24th of November

24/11/2017, Geelong, Motorsport - Cruising/Displays/Publications, Geelong Revival, Article # 24945691

Join us and hundreds of classic cars in the City Cruise Tonight!
Friday the 24th of November

The event kicks off tonight with the annual City Cruise! Cars will depart from Beckley Park at 6:30pm and hundreds of classic cars will make their way across Geelong to the waterfront, concluding in the pits.

For more information about the route, times, and the event, visit or click the link below.

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Round 1 of CAMS 2018 Victorian Hillclimb Championship

Come and witness over 100 vehicles competing in Round 1 of the CAMS 2018 Victorian Hillclimb Championship on Saturday and Sunday.

The Revival Hillclimb gives us a traditional road-based hillclimb through the wonderful trees and vistas of Eastern Park – reminiscent of the early days of motor rallying. A great spot for the purists and a chance to see even more classic vehicles in action! Enjoy twice the racing action!

State Championship points and trophies will be awarded to each class along with an overall event winner being announced.

The FREE Hillclimb Express Train will help you get to and from the event, travelling between Eastern Beach and Eastern Gardens all day.

Don't miss all the racing action this weekend!

The 1/4 mile sprints will kick off at 10am tomorrow and will run all weekend!

See over 300 classic cars and motorbikes compete in the historic Geelong 1/4 mile sprints for the National Classic Sprint Title.

Saturday features more contemporary and exotic vehicles and Sunday celebrates the more classic cars and bikes.

Special guest driver Dean Canto will be racing at at the end of each run session, so don't miss seeing what the expert can do on our track.

Also, for the first time ever we’ll have a McLaren road car racing on the Geelong waterfront this weekend. The super sexy 2017 McLaren 675LT Spider is 1 of 22 in Australia and is sure to have heads turning in the pits and on track!


Food & Expo
Lots to see, eat and do with a variety of trade stalls on display!

We'll help keep you fuelled all weekend with a great variety of tasty street food. From Delish, Black Barrel BBQ, Copa Grill, Melbourne Street Food and Squid Inc Direct, there are plenty of cuisines on offers to satisfy your hunger throughout the day.

There's also a huge motor expo on display, with the likes of Hobbies Direct, Dalton Automotive, Performance Wheels, the Renault simulator and many more!

Make sure to also check out the Porsche Experience, including display cars, the 911 Driving Virtual-reality experience, children's activities, 911 tech talk and tours with Porsche experts, as well as brand giveaways and much more.

Adelaide Motorsport Festival

Looking for another excuse for a road trip? Our friends at Adelaide Motorsport Festival still have some spaces available in The Prima Tour element, running on 7th December and it is only $595 to enter.

The Prima Tour is open to classic or modern cars and is a great non-competitive intro to the weekend. Take to Collingrove Hillclimb and a number of closed roads while rubbing shoulders with the likes of Craig Lowndes, Tim Slade, Troy Bayliss, Molly Taylor and others!

The Prima Tour is essentially part of Day 1 of the Adelaide Rally which has its own tour and various competition categories.

For more info head to

Join us at the National Vintage Fashion Awards 
Held Midday Each Day

Old world glamour comes to life at the National Vintage Fashion Awards as darling dolls, pinup beauties and dapper dudes take to the catwalk.

If you're still keen to dust off your old favourites from the wardrobe, we will be taking last minute entries until 11.30am! 

Come and have a dance, or simply enjoy the classic Rock 'n' Roll party, with Jukebox Rockers performing from 1pm-2pm and 3pm-4pm Saturday and Sunday.

Missed out on pre-purchasing your tickets?

Don't worry!
Pit Passes will be available for purchase on both days of the event.

Kids: 12/U: $7  Concession: $14 (ID req.) 
Adult: $19  Family: $48 (2 adults & up to 3 children)
Kids under 5 are FREE

Follow click here to purchase tickets!

If you have any questions please contact us on 03 5273 4777 or email us For all other event information visit

The Official Countdown to the Geelong Revival Motoring Festival is On!

The Official Countdown to the Geelong Revival Motoring Festival is On!

21/11/2017, Geelong, Motorsport - Cruising/Displays/Publications, Geelong Revival, Article # 24903474

See hundreds classic vehicles cruise along the Geelong Waterfront! 
Friday the 24th of November

Join us in kicking off the weekend of motoring with a cavalcade of exotic vehicles through Geelong.

The route will travel along the Princess Fwy and the Geelong Waterfront, with the vehicles parking in the pit zone and Herne Pde. The City Cruise will commence at 6:30pm, Friday and drivers are invited to arrive from 6pm.

For more information about the route and the event, visit click the link below.

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Round 1 of CAMS 2018 Victorian Hillclimb Championship

Come and witness the champions! 

With over 100 entrants competing from 11am - 3pm each day, the event will showcase some of the best classic vehicles in action, reminiscent of the early days of motor rallying. Witness all the racing up close from the spectator viewing and vantage points. The 900 metre Revival Hillclimb course is located at Eastern Park, overlooking Geelong's picturesque waterfront.

State Championship points and trophies will be awarded to each class along with an overall event winner.

Saturday Night Drinks

To add to the vintage theme of the Geelong Revival Motoring Festival, RGYC will have historical wooden boats on display, with the café open and live entertainment all weekend. 

Once the Geelong Revival Motoring Festival wraps up for the day, we invite you to come down for evening drinks and live music on the Saturday evening with our bar open until 11pm!

                                             When: Saturday 25 November 9am-11pm
                                                         Sunday 26 November 9am-5pm
: Royal Geelong Yacht Club
                                                          25 Eastern Beach Rd, Geelong


Come and visit our special offerings and exhibitors!

The K-Rock Trade Expo will feature stalls from some of the biggest motoring companies as well as local mechanics. The zone will also include a range of unique and delicious food vendors to fuel your appetite.

Motorcycle Mecca is our specialised area for all things two-wheels. If you're looking for minor repairs, or to completely rebuild your bike, exhibitors in this area will have some of their best work on display.

Steampacket Gardens is the place to be for those wanting to experience a blast from the past, featuring a range of rockabilly-style clothing and accessories and vintage accessories

Be sure to pay a visit to each zone over the weekend!


The National Vintage Fashion Awards 2017

Come and join the fun at this year's National Vintage Fashion Awards and see the best in Vintage and Reproduction fashion. Applications are still available for women, men and kids, entry is completely free! 

The National Vintage Fashion Awards are something that the whole family can get involved in; entrants will go in the running to be crowned Miss Vintage, Miss Repro or Dapper Dude. There are also special prizes to be won this year thanks to Dangerfield, Little Creatures, Browns and Charlie & Co.
We look forward to seeing you there! 

Don't have your tickets yet?

Secure your ticket for the Geelong Revival Motoring Festival and enjoy an action packed weekend, witness over 400 classic and exotic cars, and motorcycles sprint down Ritchie Boulevard at full throttle. Individual and Family Pit Pass tickets are available, as well as limited VIP passes.

Kids: 12/U: $7  Concession: $14 (ID req.) 
Adult: $19  Family: $48 (2 adults & up to 3 children)
Kids under 5 are FREE

1 Day: $185   2 Days: $295 

Follow the link below to purchase tickets!
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If you have any questions please contact us on 03 5273 4777 or email us For all other event information visit