WIN with Octonauts LIVE in Hobart!




You know the Octonauts too well from watching countless episodes with bub on their ever-heroic underwater missions to “explore, rescue and protect”. Just with the fist-pumping theme song you know it’s time to go “to your stations” (Captain Barnacles impersonation included).

Put the eight characters together and you have a force that are both cute and determined to save the oceanic world.

Save your date with the Octonauts these September school holidays, or just have an excuse for a fun day out for the whole family to enjoy.

Due to popular demand, final seats and shows have just been released for the year in Geelong, Bendigo, Sydney and Perth.

Octonauts Live! is also showing in Dandenong, Melbourne (CBD), Adelaide, Launceston and Hobart.



The fourth and final show has just been released at Theatre Royal, Hobart. Do not miss the 1.30pm show on Monday 21 September.

Special offer: If you haven’t got your tickets yet, here’s one more reason why. Get a free collectable, souvenir Octonauts Live! poster-and-program worth $10 with every ticket purchased to Octonauts Live! Operation Reef Shield. Be quick, offer is only available for a limited time.

Use the following links to unlock the offer:
TAS:  Tuesday 22 September – Theatre Royal, Hobart – Book here
TAS:  Wednesday 23 September – Princess Theatre, Launceston – Book here

More dates
VIC:  Saturday 26 September – Her Majesty’s Theatre, Melbourne – Book here
VIC:  Monday 28 September – Ulumbarra Theatre, Bendigo – Book here
VIC:  Tuesday 29 September – Geelong Performing Arts Centre – Book here
*Code word: “POSTERGRAM”
NSW:  Saturday 3 October – Theatre Royal, Sydney – Book here
SA:  Tuesday 6 October – Her Majesty’s Theatre, Adelaide – Book here
WA:  Saturday 10 October – Regal Theatre, Subiaco – Book here

COMPETITION:

Win yourself a family pass to the 22nd September show at Theatre Royal, Hobart
11am performance

Family Pass is valued at $200 (children aged 12 months and over require a ticket, admits 4)

Tell me your favourite (or the kids, but you know you love it too!) episode of the Octonauts and why for a chance to win a family pass.

One lucky winner only.

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Terms and Conditions
1. Competition opens 27 Aug  2015 and ends on the 17 Sep 2015
2. Winner will be announced after 17 Sep 2015
3. Winner will be announced on the blog and emailed so please ensure you leave a contact number or email address
4. If the winner cannot be located within 48hrs a new winner will be selected
5. Open to Australian residents only
6. Winner picked using random.org
Contact: bluezoneonly@bigpond.com

Comments

Unknown said…
We all love the Whale Shark episode the most. The kids find it hilarious that Dashi thought she was exploring a strange, pink, squishy cave when she was really inside the whale shark's mouth!
Unknown said…
Jay's (and his Dad's) favourite is the porcupine puffer episode because the porcupine puffer puffs up and he said he loves Captain Barnacles, Kwazii & Peso!
Unknown said…
My 4yo loves the one where the shark hurts its fin when it gets stuck in the octohatch, so Captain Barnacles, Kwazii and Peso have to put it in a trance in order to bandage it up. The shark ends up chasing the Gup X speeder until they feed it fish biscuits.
Unknown said…
My little boy loves,the whale shark esposide. He giggles and gets so engrossed into it and always asks hows going to get
out. He always ask for that esposide if he gets a choice and always asks for me to join him. He gets in such a trance watching any otcnonauts.
luellamageean said…
Oh i love the parrotfish pete one. Any episodes That tie into the greater storyline or the past, especially calico jack.
snd Seriously. .. who can't go past the parrotfish pete song!
Unknown said…
We love the Beluga whales episode where Peso and his little brother Pinto save the pod of Beluga whales with special music. We love how the Octonauts teach us things of real meaning.
loz said…
My son loved the 'Mimic Octopus' episode. He was intrigued that it changed colour and kept on calling out for 'more puss' for days and even in his sleep!