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Win 1 of 2 family passes to Witladla at Darwin Festival

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Witladla has lost his necklace! How will he be able to get it back on his own?


Join Larrakia Elder, Aunty June Mills, as she tells the story of the little owl, Witladla, and his group of adventurous friends through puppetry, traditional paintings and songs for the family. Children will meet, sing and dance along with Witladla and his friends as he discovers that together we can do anything!


Following the show, children can meet Aunty June and all the lovable characters from the play.


Event Details:
Date & Time: Saturday 15 August, 9.30am
Duration: 40 mins
Location: Festival Park, Corner Smith St & Harry Chan Ave
Restriction: Recommended for ages 6 and under


Enter now for your chance to win a Family outing to Darwin Festival.

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Entries open 9.00am AEST Thursday, 16 July 2020 and close 11.59pm AEST Tuesday, 11 August 2020. NT residents aged 18 years and over only. Limited to one entry per eligible member. Winners determined 11.00am AEST Wednesday, 12 August 2020 at Nationwide News Pty Ltd, 2 Holt Street, Surry Hills NSW 2010. Winners names published Wednesday, 19 August 2020 on the +Rewards website. There are 2 x family passes to Witladla at Darwin Festival on 15 August to be won by eligible NT News +Rewards members. A family pass can be used by 2 adults + 2 children. Total prize pool valued at $80. Full terms and conditions apply.

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