Regardless of your age, you know and recognise Wally. Unlike a hip new musical act or binge worthy television show, Wally is so iconic even Grandma would be able to help you find him, even your little brother or sister. In an Australian first here on the Gold Coast, locals are set to find this international globetrotter, Where’s Wally, at Pacific Fair these school holidays as he starts in the Happiness Hunt Exhibition March 30 through until Sunday April 23.
Families can join the colourful and imaginative world of Where’s Wally? with a line-up of interactive, pop-up activities including the Lands of Wallies exhibition, Wally gallery, Wally search & find, craft village, photo stations and more!
Pacific Fair’s Centre Manager, Steven Ihm, is thrilled to be hosting this Australian-first at Pacific Fair. “Local families are in for a special treat these holidays as we bring the first-ever Where’s Wally? experience to Pacific Fair.”
“Now more than ever, customers are looking to their local shopping centres for ideas on keeping their kids entertained for free over the holiday break. This four-week experiential program has been designed for customers to visit the centre multiple times over the holidays and have a different Where’s Wally? experience each time they visit.”
“We anticipate our pint-sized shoppers letting imaginations soar in the Wally craft village, with grown-ups reliving their childhood as they check out never-seen-before Where’s Wally? memorabilia donated by illustrator himself, Martin Handford. For those feeling adventurous, there’s a centre-wide search & find with great prizes on offer.”
“We’re excited the popular children’s book character has chosen Gold Coast as his first adventure down under and we think the well-travelled Wally and his friends will feel at home among our international brands!”
Plus check out the UNIQLO Beauty & the Beast themed free kids club, Saturday 1 – Thursday April 13 (exclusive to the Pacific Fair store only).
Pacific Fair’s ‘Where’s Wally? Happiness Hunt Exhibition’ runs from 30 March – 23 April. To find out more about how to get involved, see www.pacificfair.com.au