Frontline Workers Offered Free Entry To Sydney Attractions During August
A little 'thank you'
There’s no way we can ever truly give back to those who are putting their lives at risk to save others during the COVID-19 pandemic, but every little bit of support helps.
As a small way to say 'thank you', the team over at SEA LIFE Sydney Aquarium, Sydney Tower Eye and WILD LIFE Sydney Zoo are offering free entry throughout the month of August to all frontline workers, including those in emergency services, healthcare and teaching professionals.
Free entry extends to teachers, doctors, nurses, paramedics, police, fire officers, ambulance officers, aged care workers, pre-school workers and correctional services officers.
Rob Smith, Merlin Entertainments Group Divisional Director - Midway Asia Pacific, said: “We at SEA LIFE Sydney Aquarium, Sydney Tower Eye and WILD LIFE Sydney Zoo are forever grateful to selfless frontline workers who keep us every day Australians safe throughout these unprecedented times.
“Whether they’re battling fires, caring for our sick or educating young minds, we want to say thank you by inviting them to enjoy a day out in beautiful Sydney on us.”
The offer comes after Madame Tussauds Sydney offed a similar initiative throughout July.
To redeem the offer, use the codeword ‘THANK YOU’ when booking online and present a valid Australian Health Practitioner Regulation Agency (AHPRA) card, Staff ID or proof of work.
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