How would you and your family like to WIN passes to some of Perth’s best attractions? By simply signing up to RAC Little Legends Club, you could be taking the kids for a fun day out at the likes of The Maze (home of Outback Splash), Adventure World, Bounce-Inc Free Jumping Revolution and Hoyts Cinemas!
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Every week until Friday, 27th January RAC Little Legends Club will be giving away family passes. For your chance to win, simply sign your child up to the RAC Little Legends Club. If you’re already a Little Legends Club member, you’re already in the draw! It’s that simple!
As Perth’s premier theme park, Adventure World has been entertaining families for over 30 years, with amusement rides, water slides and run games and attractions. The Maze in Bullsbrook, which is also home to Outback Splash, promises to be a fun-filled day of navigating the various mazes, cooling off on the awesome waterslides or visiting some native wildlife.
Adventure World (Image courtesy RAC.)
Kids love to jump around and bounce all over the place, which is why Bounce-Inc is the perfect place to burn some energy. This massive indoor trampoline is made up of 50 interconnected trampoline and giant air bags, meaning a fun way to bounce and burn off steam without the hard landing. If you’re a big fan of the movies, Hoyts Cinemas have all the latest and greatest films for the whole family.
Need more incentive to join the RAC Little Legends Club? By signing up, your child will receive their very own welcome pack and membership card, which will provide them with access to some awesome discounts and benefits.
RAC Little Legends Club is an exciting, free program designed just for primary school students. The program is a fun and engaging way to learn about bicycle, passenger and pedestrian safety using online road safety games. What’s more – it’s even aligned to the Western Australian curriculum, so you know it’s a top quality learning tool for schoolkids.
These international, award-winning programmes offer a magical world of sensory learning, wonder and exploration for babies 0 -13 months, and are backed by over 35 years of research into child development.