**Updated – “Celebrate 88” Sun, 28 Oct 2018 – Tickets now available!

July 31, 2018

Expo 88 AUSTRALIA Sign Unveiling 9.30am – 10.00am
Front of Village [Free Entry]

Witness the unveiling of the restored Expo 88 AUSTRALIA Sign.
This iconic sign was a memorable feature at the entry of the Australian Pavilion

Celebrate 88 – Village Celebration 10.00am – 3.00pm
Caboolture Historical Village [Ticketed entry]

Discounted entry to the Village Celebrations for Celebrate 88!

Adult (13+) – $10 (Normally $15)
Children (5+) – $5 (Normally $7.50)

 <<Tickets for “Celebrate 88” Event !!>>

Relive the multicultural sights, sounds and tastes of Expo 88!
  • Renowned band Colt Seavers Band will entertain crowds with popular music from the era
  • The Village Hotel will transform into an Expo 88 German Beer garden
  • Kids can complete a special Expo inspired passport around the village
  • Multicultural food and roving entertainment
  • Take a trip down memory lane to view Expo 88 souvenirs
  • Plus listen out for that unforgettable sound of the chicken dance playing so you can shake your tail feather!

Come along with the family and mates to Celebrate 88!!

More information can be found on the “Celebrate 88” Facebook Page

Do not forget to plan your trip to the Village on the 28th October – this coming Sunday

 

5 Comments. Leave new

How do I buy tickets please?

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Renee
At this stage I am unaware that tickets will be available to pre-purchase. I will check for you and let you know later on this week. Di, Caboolture Historical Village

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Hi Renee – Due to increasing requests for tickets – they are now available https://www.eventbrite.com.au/e/celebrate-88-30th-anniversary-celebration-of-world-expo-88-tickets-51114481791?aff=ebdssbdestsearch or follow the link on our webpage

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Hello, Good work everyone getting the AUSTRALIA sign restored!!!!
I somehow received a message many weeks ago, mysteriously lost within my facebook account from your society. I am a friend of Peter Rassey’s via being one of the artists that made a sculpture for the French Pavilion during Expo. Can someone please contact me to let me know what the message was about?
Thank you so much everyone there for your invaluable work in keeping the history of Expo alive for future generations to ponder. Bravo!
Blair

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I will try to find out who sent the message. Kind regards, Di

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