Win Tickets to Snow Time in The Garden at The Hunter Valley

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Have you been to The Hunter Valley Gardens?

The family and I went for The Christmas Lights Spectacular last year. It was a wonderful night out.

Fun days out will be on soon but not with Christmas Lights… this time it will be for Snow Time in the Garden.

Snow Time in the Garden is just perfect for school holidays and is on for three weeks. This will really keep your little ones busy and happy.

Not only will your kids be delighted to go to this magical snow filled wonderland….you will be very happy if you don’t have to pay for tickets.

I’m giving away 1 family pass to Snow Time in the Garden. Valued at $102.00 

 

Snow Time in the Garden is on over 3 huge weeks from 10.00am – 7.00pm weekdays and 10.00am – 9.00pm weekends, including the July school holidays!

 

24th June – 16th July 2017

 

What can you do at Snow Time in the Garden?

I am sure it will not surprise you that there will be plenty to do. Kids and adults will have a blast.

The girls loved the slide and had about a million goes, I lost count.

Below are some things that are fun to do at Snow Time in the Garden at The Hunter Valley Gardens:

  • Ice Skating
  • Snow Time Play Zone – You can build a snowman (yep a chance to sing “Do you want to build a snowman?”) This year there are two dedicated areas for snow fun.
  • Ice Toboggan – You can go up as many times as you like. It is a 40 metre slide so going down will definatley be fun.
  • Carosel, Ferris Wheel and Swing Chair – These are all new rides and you need to pay extra for these rides.
  • Face painting – Open from 10:00 am to 4:00pm daily. So make sure to not miss out. If your kids are like mine they love getting their faces painted.
  • HVG Super Slide – The girls loved this last year and it was one of their favourite rides.  You need to pay for this ride and there are height restrictions as well. Check the conditions to make sure your kids can go on it.
  • Snow Ball Challenge – See if you can make the best snow balls and take on friends and family.
  • Arcade Alley – Unlimted play that includes Hoop Extreme, Air Hockey, Snow Bike Racing and much more.
  • Live Ice Sculpting – See Kenji Ogawa, a master, in action every Saturday and Sunday. 11.00am & 2.00pm weekends
  • Inflatables – Kids can race each other and just jump around and go crazy in the Inflatable World. There are 3 jumping castles for toddlers and 3 more for older kids.

You can purchase an unlimited rides wristband for just $15. This might be a good idea, as it means that you don’t have to worry about the rides and how much they cost. The kids will have the pre-paid wrist band can go on any ride.

😝 🎉 so much fun! The new Swing Chairs will be open from the 24 June. #SnowTime #HunterValleyGardens

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How to Enter

Fill in the Rafflecopter form and answer this question as a blog comment. You need to go down to the bottom of the post and comment in the box called, “WHAT DO YOU THINK?”

Q. Why would you love to take the family to Snow Time in the Garden?

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Make sure you enter with an email address that you check regularly as this is my way to contact you if you win.

NO COMMENT NO ENTRY.

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Ice Skating at Snow Time in the Garden

Ice Skating at Snow Time in the Garden

Who can Enter?

Australian Residents Only. As this is an event at The Hunter Valley the commute might be difficult if you did not live in Australia already.

 

When does the Giveaway End?

Midnight 26th of June 2017.

As this giveaway is for use in the school holidays this gives you ample time to take advantage of the free ticket, time to post it to you and for you and the family to organise the trip.

Good Luck Everyone.

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15 Responses
  • Carmen Sacco
    June 16, 2017

    I want my boys to smile and I think this place would be magical for my boys, they have been grieving for the last 6 months because of the loss of their father.

  • Susan
    June 17, 2017

    Obviously I am asking to be smashed in the face with a snowball by my excitable 3 year old, but it would be great fun to try ice-skating!

  • Christina
    June 17, 2017

    Would be just amazing to escape from the everyday hustle and bustle and make a weekend of it away in the Hunter Valley. Perfect time of year

  • lexy
    June 17, 2017

    Such a great way to make those magical family snow memories without all the extra expenses, perfect for the younger children who just want to play and enjoy the snow.

  • Anabela Martins
    June 17, 2017

    I’ve never seen snow,
    neither have the kids,
    it’s something we can experience together,
    for the first time as a family.

  • Belinda M
    June 18, 2017

    I’d love to win, my family would have so much fun on the ice toboggan and building snowmen. We’ve never seen snow before so it would be a real treat.
    My girls would love the carousel and ferris wheel and it would be the first time they’ve ever had their faces painted. Then we’d have to head to inflatable world, that would be fantastic as well.
    The whole day out would be just AMAZING and so much fun

  • Kelly Sherwood Brown
    June 18, 2017

    My kids and I would love to go because it sounds like a lot of fun!!! Fingers crossed xx.

  • Jessica Ashbrooke
    June 19, 2017

    My daughter looks outside everyday wondering if it’s snowed don’t have the heart to tell her it doesn’t snow here, this would be the ultimate surprise

  • Sarah
    June 21, 2017

    The last time I went ice-skating (5 years ago) I fell, split my lip, and ended up in hospital. I’d like to replace that memory of ice-skating with a happier one – one that has my family and I enjoying the ice, snow, rides, and the gardens.

  • Karina Lee
    June 22, 2017

    It is the closest thing to seeing real snow for my family…besides staring into the freezer.

  • Kathleen
    June 22, 2017

    I think this is amazing, Neither my Husband or my 2 girls have ever seen snow. I could not think of a more magical way of showing them.

  • lara morello
    June 22, 2017

    I couldn’t believe my ears when my son said
    “Mum there’s no such thing as snow…..it’s only in the movies!”
    After much explaining…..he replied “I’ll believe it when I see it”
    So the snow is where we need to go!

  • Joanna Harrison
    June 22, 2017

    My two kids would LOVE to see snow for the first time; this would be an magical experience without the big commitment of a ski trip and best of all, when we’re done we can shake off the cold with a Hunter Valley fire and wine for the adults!

  • Kristina S
    June 24, 2017

    Sounds like a perfect way to spend the day with my girls these school holidays. I have the angels all I need is the snow.

  • Kathy Clark
    June 24, 2017

    Would be fantastic to take my granddaughter on the Carasol

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