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NSW Kids In Need - World’s Largest Open House

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When:
Sun 30 Apr 2017
Cost:
10
Details:
It will be a case of choose your own adventure during the World’s Largest Open House on Sunday April 30 when eight incredible venues open their doors to raise money for super charity NSW Kids in Need.

2017 sees five new venues join the fundraising event: RAAF Base Williamtown, Gosford Classic Car Museum, Sydney Airport, Sydney Cricket Ground and the headquarters for the NSW Mounted Police Unit. The Sydney CBD and Alexandria fire stations, as well as an Australian warship at Garden Island, will also make return appearances for this year’s event.

Secure your tickets at the website and help raise money for the six children’s charities under the banner of NSW Kids in Need:
*Bear Cottage Children’s Hospice?*The Burns Unit at the Children’s Hospital at Westmead, Central Coast Kids in Need?*Duke of Edinburgh’s International Award – Australia, Muscular Dystrophy NSW and SHINE for Kids.
Location:
Sydney CBD, Sydney Airport, Williamstown, Gosford, Temora
Contact:
Holly Reynolds on
  0409462112

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