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The Big Bold Boat Adventure

Jump in the boat and join in the fun with The Big Bold Boat Adventure, an interactive play sharing magical new stories about our wonderful local waterways. You will encounter pirates, monsters, butterflies, sailors and more. 

The Big Bold Boat Adventure is a new play written by Margaret Clark for the kids of Geelong. It ispart of Storyfest, Central Geelong’s children’s festival celebrating storytelling in all its forms.

Book now for this event at the Geelong Library & Heritage Centre on 4 April at 10am, 12pm and 2pm. Entry by gold coin donation to Geelong charity. Bookings at

Presented by Central Geelong Marketing.

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