“A Sweet and fun show for the little ones” Herald Sun
“Plenty of acrobatics, singing and musical ensembles...a magical combination for the very young” Meetoo
Join these magical fairies as they go on an exciting musical adventure.
This enchanting production is an interactive adventure full of activities, acrobatics, and charm that will enthral the young ones these school holidays. Come dressed as a fairy or an elf and join in the performance.
There is singing; dancing and a special adventure to ‘Bubble Land’ where audience members are asked to help the Fairies find their wings. This production is perfect for ages 3 – 8.
Train: The closest train station is Martin Place. Other stations close to the Gardens are St James and Circular Quay.
Ferry: An easy walk from Circular Quay
Bus: The 441 (Balmain via QVB Building) leaves York St, Town Hall on weekdays, stopping outside the Art Gallery of NSW. The Sydney Explorer Bus also includes the Royal Botanic Gardens on its route and the 200 (Chatswood to Bondi stops in Macquarie Street).
PARKING: Parking around the Gardens is limited. If you wish to park, please be aware that the performance lasts for 90-100 minutes. Disabled parking is available close to the gardens, these spaces cannot be reserved for Fairies customers.
Note: The Wind in the Willows and Tinkerbell and the Dream Fairies is in the same location.
14 to 29 April 2018
Royal Botanic Gardens Sydney
Please enter the gardens through any gate and make your way to the Harbour side of the Main Pond
Running time: 60 minutes
Who needs a ticket? Everyone over 12 months old.
What should I wear?: We suggest anyone who has some fairy wings at home to pop them on and get into the spirit! We also recommend wearing a hat, sunscreen and sun smart clothing as the performance takes place outdoors
What should I bring?: Bring your camera to take some pictures at the end (not during the show) and also some snacks, drinks and treats to eat while you watch. A picnic rug is also a good thing to bring. Pack an umbrella or poncho, jumper and a hat as well.
Where can I park?: Parking is a bit tricky being so close to the city, so we suggest leaving lots of time to find a car park. Paid parking is available, but we suggest catching public transport wherever possible.
Bad Weather: The performance takes place outdoors and not under cover. Ticketholders are encouraged to wear rain jackets if the clouds are looking grey and can bring umbrellas to the performance. If the weather is too warm for you and your little fairies, don’t worry, we are more than happy to exchange your tickets to another performance.
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