There is nothing kids love more than spending time with Grandma and Grandpa! Aussie World on the Sunshine Coast is celebrating this special relationship by offering FREE entry to the park for all seniors.
The “Golden Oldies Go Free” campaign has kicked off for the school holidays. It is available for any nationally recognised senior cardholders or senior pension cardholders until 16 April.
Grandparents can bring their grandkids along to Aussie World for a fun-filled day at the Sunshine Coast’s only theme park. Without having to pay a cent for their own tickets.
With a range of rides and attractions from toddler friendly rides to ultimate thrill level adrenaline for the older kids, there is something for everyone to enjoy.
There are plenty of activities to keep the golden oldies entertain too. These include a range of food and beverage offerings at the Fun Café and the Banana Bender Pub’s modern Australian restaurant, Mango’s Bar and Grill.
What’s on at Aussie World this Easter
This Easter holidays, visitors can enjoy daily live entertainment, a delicious pop-up BBQ as well as Dagwood Dog, Pretzels, Fairy Floss and Slushie stands. There will be Easter-themed colouring in activities and giveaways. And the Easter Bunny will be making special appearances across the long weekend, spreading joy and, of course, chocolate Easter eggs.
Watch your grandkids’ faces light up as they love to spin, swing and rock on their favourite rides. Challenge them to a game of putt putt golf. Try your skills in Side Show Alley and finish the afternoon with a meal and a drink. Spoil the youngsters in the Aussie World gift shop on the way out with a huge range of souvenirs, clothing and gifts.
“Aussie World is all about bringing families together in a place that every member of the family will find something they enjoy. From rides and games to food and shopping!” Aussie World Manager Shannon Fay said.
“Grandparents are such important members of our family. These free tickets are our way of saying thank you for all the amazing memories they have helped create.”
“Grandparents can do as much or as little as they like during their visit. And who knows, they may even discover a newfound love for adrenalin-packed experiences.”
Tickets can be purchased online or at the gate. A valid senior pension card and ID must be presented at the front gate to receive free entry. But they are only available during school holidays.