Tinkerbell and the Dream Fairies

There are tickets available for today's performance! Tickets available online up to two hours before the show and at the onsite box office right up until the show begins!

Join TinkerBell and the Dream Fairies this January in the enchanted Royal Botanic Gardens Melbourne. An interactive adventure perfect for the littlies and fun for the whole family these school holidays. Come dressed as a fairy or an elf and help TinkerBell and her Fairy Friends on their magical quest.

Who is this for?: This magical story is perfect for children aged 2 - 6 years. The play is very interactive, with dancing, acrobatics and singing.

Running Time: 60 minutes, plus there is time after the show to take pictures with and meet the characters

When: 6th Jan - 23rd Jan, Wednesday to Saturday at 10am and 12pm Daily

Where: Melbourne's Royal Botanic Gardens, Observatory Lawn. Enter Via Observatory Gate. Please click here for a map.

Bad Weather: Tinkerbell and the Dream Fairies takes place under marquees, so don't worry about rain or too much sun! You will be in a nice shady and dry spot. 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. To do this, please email tickets@shakespeareaustralia.com.au with the performance you would like to exchange to and your original booking information.

Ticket Type

Season Ticket Price

Single Ticket $25
Family of Four Ticket $90

Please note, there is a $5.50 transaction fee.

All people over the age of 12 months require a ticket.

Gift Certificates: CLICK HERE to purchase online or call (03) 8676 7511 to purchase over the phone

A family of four ticket can be made up of four people of any age combination

Box office opens one hour prior to the start of the show. Tickets can be purchased on site.

Running time: 60 minutes

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 things to bring and, as we are in Melbourne we suggest you prepare for 4 seasons in one day! Pack an umbrella or poncho, jumper and a hat.

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 along Birdwood Ave before the performance. We suggest catching public transport where possible.

Click here to read the Frequently Asked Questions. If you have any further questions, please don't hesitate to contact the ASC office.



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