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Observer offers coupons for harbour festival rides

The Observer is offering great discounts on rides at this year's Gladstone Harbour Festival, with a page full of coupons.
The Observer is offering great discounts on rides at this year's Gladstone Harbour Festival, with a page full of coupons. Christopher Chan GLA060412HARB

ONE of the best features of the Gladstone Harbour Festival are the rides that come to town.

And the best way to enjoy them is to use the two for one coupons in today's Observer.

We have a page filled with discount coupons to be used on rides at the festival, including buy one get one free rides on the ferris wheel, Hurricane, Sky Walker and Super Slide.

The vouchers can be used on Friday, March 29 and Saturday, March 30 between 10am and 2pm.

Another page of coupons will be run in the paper next Monday, March 25.

Topics:  entertainment, festival, gladstone, gladstone harbour festival, gladstone observer




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