Melbourne, Australia: Eureka Skydeck has teamed up with Crayola to give kids the opportunity to take part in free Easter-themed bunny ear making and colour-in activities.
Every day of the school holidays, (26 March until 10 April), Eureka Skydeck will host a Crayola Kids Zone, filled with fun and interactive colouring in activities for the little ones to get stuck into.
Eureka Skydeck’s much-loved mascot, Deckstar, will stop by to keep everyone entertained during the first school break of the year.
As well as the Easter-themed activities and Deckstar, The Walk green screen activation will also be in action for parents and kids to enjoy. This specially constructed green screen allows guests to imagine what it’s like to tightrope walk from one point of Eureka Tower to the other as they cross the illusory tightrope – suspended high above the city of Melbourne.
The Walk Experience will bring out the virtual daredevil in visitors as they have fun trying to achieve a realistic and compelling shot of the daring feat. The 9 x 6-inch photograph comes with a digital copy ready for upload to Facebook, Twitter and Instagram.
The Walk Experience costs $15, plus entry to Eureka Skydeck.
Eureka Skydeck is the highest public vantage point in the Southern Hemisphere. Located on the 88th floor of Eureka Tower, the observation deck provides patrons with 360 degree floor-to-ceiling views of Melbourne and beyond.
During the school holidays, guests will also be able to experience:
The Edge – The world’s only Edge experience is an awe inspiring a 3m by 3m transparent glass cube, which slides out from the building on Level 88, suspending guests above the Melbourne skyline. Patrons can purchase their official photo taken while out on the Edge, ready for upload to Facebook, Twitter and Instagram.
The Outdoor Terrace – Enclosed by a wire grid, the Outdoor Terrace exposes guests to the elements on Level 88. The Terrace is right next to the Edge, so family and friends can view those inside.