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Escape Room Challenge for Two ($49), Four ($98) or Ten Players ($245) at Omescape, North Melbourne (Up to $490 Value)
Step away from a computer screen or console and experience real-life gaming in a room escape experience for up to 10 people...
$49
(was $98)
Swim and Water Slide Pass for Child ($6.50), Adult ($9) or Family of Four ($26) at WaterMarc (Up to $52 Value)
Get the adrenaline pumping with access to two water slides, tipping bucket, ‘zero depth’ play area and a choice of pools for all...
$6
(was $13)
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...
$19
(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...
$49
(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...
$46
(was $70)
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...
$320
(was $320)

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News

Australia's southern winters are drying out. Here's why

Winter rains are in decline across southern Australia, and while it is too early to say beyond doubt it is due to climate change, scientists say it is not just about climate variability.



Bomb squad deploys robots near 'fire-hydrant package' in Melbourne street

Three police robots are deployed as the bomb squad conducts "safety checks" near what what appears to be two fire hydrants sticky-taped to a box at Malvern, in Melbourne's south-east.



Virus DNA test better than Pap smear for cervical cancer screening

DNA screening for the virus that causes cervical cancer is the most effective method for detecting pre-cancerous cells, even in women vaccinated against the virus, Australian researchers find.



Christian school discriminated against 5yo Sikh boy, tribunal finds

A Christian school in Melbourne has been found to have breached the Equal Opportunity Act by not allowing a Sikh boy to keep long hair and wear traditional headwear.



Teenage girl dies after car 'fleeing police' crashes in Victoria

A 17-year-old driver is arrested after his teenage passenger is killed in a crash, as he allegedly tried to avoid police near Ballan, west of Melbourne.



Victoria's assisted dying bill to hit Parliament

A contentious bill to legalise assisted dying for terminally ill Victorians will be introduced to Parliament on Wednesday, with a conscience vote expected by the end of the year.




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