Falls Creek’s Snowsports School Offer New Nickelodeon Experience
- Sat Jun 09 - Fri Aug 31 2018
- From: $74.00
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Families will be flocking to the snow this winter following news that Nickelodeon’s PAW Patrol pups, SpongeBob SquarePants and Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles will be popping up at Falls Creek.
The Victorian alpine resort’s award-winning children’s Snowsports School will reveal an exciting new look this season in collaboration with Nickelodeon. Nickelodeon will take over the theming and design of Falls Creek’s children’s Snowsports School across the sixteen week season which will officially kick off from 9 June 2018.
The resort’s popular kid’s snowsports programs provide professional tuition for children aged 3-17 years, allowing them to practice and progress their skiing or snowboarding talents on a variety of beginner terrain.
The number one preschool brand, PAW Patrol, will theme up Snowclub for 3-5 year olds with pup-tastic PAW Patrol bibs for young ones this year. The ‘Junior Workshop’ (6-12 years) will be SpongeBob SquarePants themed, and Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles (TMNT) will theme up ‘Ride Tribe’, a re-energised program for teenagers (13-17 years). The décor inside the snow school area will also be updated to feature a range of Nickelodeon characters in various areas of the school.
In addition to working with Falls Creek throughout the 2018 season, Nickelodeon will also offer a week of exclusive on-mountain family experiences at the alpine resort during the July school holidays (running 2-9 July 2018). The partnership between the two entertainment brands will see popular PAW Patrol pups – Chase, Marshall and Skye – join families on the slopes during the school holidays in an interactive activation.
The school holiday activity week will include a PAW Patrol Snowzone with free, family friendly activities, PAW Patrol character appearances and PAW Patrol and SpongeBob SquarePants indoor movie nights.
Where: Alpine National Park; Australian Alps; Victoria
When: From June 9
Cost: Learn to ski packages start from $74 per child
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