Do You Bee-lieve?

Whiteside, Moreton Bay Area

17 – 21 January 2018 - 

Indicative Rate * AU$5.00 to AU$10.00

The creators of 'Lollipop Land' present - *Do You Bee-lieve?* - a brand-new Magical Christmas Wonderland Exhibition at Old Petrie Town this year!

With more than 150 hand-sculpted characters by Original one-of-a-kind Doll Artist, Chris Boston and designed by Visual Display Artist Jule Barten, *Do You Bee-lieve?* is guaranteed to charm both adults and children alike. This truly unique exhibition is filled with twinkling lights and magical surprises to discover, everywhere you look.

This year, well-known Dragons, Mr Trufflewafflepuff and Ms Lulu Lovebug, will tie the knot, in a romantic Dragon Wedding Ceremony, held in a mysterious enchanted forest and guests are invited to attend the wedding .... How exciting and they guarantee that you've never been to a Wedding quite like this one before!

Visitors are encouraged to solve the ‘seek and find’ clues that are scattered throughout the display and there are unlimited Christmas photo opportunities for families, including the opportunity to sit on a life-sized Unicorn in the Enchanted Forest!

Do You Bee-lieve? is an under-cover, air-conditioned event with plenty of free parking, disabled/pram access, public amenities and refreshments are available at the nearby cafe's.

Bring your imagination be transported to a magical world, like no other!

Event Dates

This event occurs annually:
17 – 21 January 2018

Entry Costs

Entry Cost AUD Valid From Inclusions
All Tickets $5.00 - $10.00 Adults AUD10 Children 3-16 years AUD5 Non-believers pay double!

Event Venues


Do You Bee-lieve?
Address:
901 Dayboro Road
Old Petrie Town (in the distillery function room next door to the Heritage Hotel Cafe)
Whiteside
Queensland, Australia 4503

Other Information

Family Friendly:

Family friendly – please refer to operator's website for services and facilities.
901 Dayboro Road
Old Petrie Town (in the distillery function room next door to the Heritage Hotel Cafe)
Whiteside,
Queensland
Australia

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