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Five-Hour Trampoline Park Session: One ($19), Two ($36) or Four People ($70) at Flip Out Derrimut (Up to $264 Value)
Practise new tricks or improve the jumps, coordination, balance and flips at one of Australia’s largest trampoline playgrounds...
(was $66)
Great Ocean Road Tour for One Child ($49), One Adult ($99), or Two Adults ($195) with AAT Kings (Up to $330 Value)
Tour the length of the Great Ocean Road, and marvel at the dramatic scenery of the Apollo Bay, Twelve Apostles and Loch Ard Gorge...
(was $83)
Penguins Up Late Tour for One Child ($46), One Adult ($92) or Two Adults ($181) with AAT Kings (Up to $278 Value)
Enjoy picturesque views, observe the Little Penguins as they emerge from the sea at sunset and learn about their lifestyle and habits...
(was $70)
SEA LIFE Sydney Aquarium Entry with Meal Package - Child ($25) or Adult ($35) , Darling Harbour (Up to $55.95 Value)
Dive into the deep end and encounter species like seahorses, penguins and dugongs in themed zones showing Australia’s water environmen...
(was $37)
Weekend Hot Air Balloon Flight for One or Two People with Go Wild Ballooning
Take in the sights over the Yarra Valley in a one-hour hot air balloon experience that also includes transfers to and from the site...
(was $320)
2-Hr Weekday Jumping Session + Grip Socks: 1 ($15), 2 ($29) or 4 People ($49) at Flip Out Derrimut (Up to $107.50 Value)
Spend two hours practising new tricks or improving the coordination, balance and flips at one of Australia’s largest trampoline playground...
(was $29)


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How is Victoria rehabilitating female prisoners?

With increasing female imprisonment rates, Corrections Victoria hopes new reforms will curb the state's worrying recidivism figures.

Victorians to be allowed to seek euthanasia by 2019 under proposal

A medically assisted death could be available in Victoria from 2019 for people with an advanced and incurable illness or medical condition, under a model to be considered by State Parliament.

Scientologists send M-rated anti-psychiatry DVD to primary schools

The Victorian Government advises principals to ignore materials sent from the Church of Scientology, after primary schools received a DVD and pamphlets warning of the dangers of psychiatrists and antidepressants.

Can Australian women's prisons learn from the US justice system?

With female prison populations climbing in some states by more than 70 per cent over the past decade, should Australia be looking overseas for answers?

What you need to know about Victoria's bid to legalise assisted dying

A panel of independent medical experts will today release their report on the Victorian Government's bid to legalise assisted dying for adults with a terminal illness. Find out more about it.

Teen charged over supermarket syringe incident

A 14-year-old boy is charged with two counts of recklessly causing injury in connection with an incident in which two children were pricked by a hidden syringe in a supermarket in Melbourne's north.



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