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See the prehistoric come to life during the school holidays

Posted By Holly On October 2, 2013

See the majestic tyrannosaurs in a new exhibition in Sydney. See the prehistoric come to life during the school holidays

If you've got a broody bunch of kids looking for something to do with their next school holiday, why not treat them with a trip to Sydney?

From November 23 to July 27 next year, the Australian Museum in Sydney will be hosting an exclusive exhibition all about the fearsome tyrannosaurus family of dinosaurs.

The exhibition will feature unique prehistoric fossils that have never before been displayed outside of China, so this is definitely a must-visit during your time in Sydney.

Mantra has plenty of Sydney holiday accommodation to suit everyone, with Mantra on Kent located within close distance of the museum for easy travel.

This is sure to be one popular exhibition, so grab your kids and get ready to take a look back at the legendary tyrannosaurs.


"The exhibition will feature unique prehistoric fossils that have never before been displayed outside of China, so this is definitely a must-visit during your time in Sydney.


All about the exhibition

The Tyrannosaurs: Meet the family exhibition is exclusive to Sydney, providing an exciting look at how this family of dinosaurs became one of the top predators of their time.

Your kids will love learning about the different kinds of tyrannosaurs - such as the famous T Rex as well as others such as 'the crown dragon' and 'the emperor dragon'.

There will be fossil specimens from China and North America on display, so your kids can get up close to these prehistoric relics. Life-size skeletons and models, augmented reality and multimedia activities will all ensure that your kids have a great time while learning something new.

More school holiday fun

While you're in Sydney, why not take advantage of all the other great school holiday activities on offer in the New South Wales capital?

From October 3-11, the centenary of the Royal Australian Navy's arrival in Sydney Harbour will be celebrated with a parade, aerial displays, fireworks and even a light show, and your kids can explore a range of ships open to the public.

Or, take a hidden treasures tour at the Sydney Harbour National Park, where you and your children can enjoy an easy eco tour of the northern beaches and learn about the history, culture and environment in the area.


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