Dive into some hol­i­day fun

Auckland City Harbour News - - News -

Youngsters vis­it­ing Kelly Tarl­ton’s th­ese school hol­i­days can play un­der­wa­ter de­tec­tive to track down the ocean’s best mas­ters of dis­guise.

Kelly Tarl­ton’s lat­est ex­hi­bi­tion is Deep ‘N Dis­guise and the Auck­land City Har­bour News wants to help get you and your fam­ily there.

Dur­ing the July school hol­i­days kids can take part in fun ac­tiv­i­ties like the Deep ‘N Dis­guise trail, a cool quiz which winds its way through the ex­hi­bi­tion.

At spe­cial daily noon feed­ings in Fish Al­ley, the cu­ra­tors will re­veal some of the nearly 20 species hid­ing among the nooks and cran­nies, un­veil­ing their clever dis­guises and their se­crets of sur­vival.

And be­tween 10.30am and 2.30pm ev­ery day youngsters can use their creative skills in beach art classes and learn to trans­form or­di­nary sea­side ob­jects like sand, shells and rocks into cool works of art.

Deep ‘N Dis­guise is on un­til July 19.

Reg­u­lar Kelly

Tarl­ton’s ac­tiv­i­ties such as stingray, shark and pen­guin feed­ings will con­tinue as usual and nor­mal ad­mis­sion prices will ap­ply.

Kelly Tarl­ton’s is on Ta­maki Drive in Orakei. Visit www. kel­ly­tarl­tons.co.nz or call 0800-80-50-50.

In dis­guise: The se­crets of the ocean’s best mas­ters of dis­guise will be re­vealed at Kelly Tarl­ton’s dur­ing the school hol­i­days.

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