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September School Holidays in Rockhampton

September School Holidays In Rockhampton
 

School holidays in Rockhampton are upon us yet again, the final break in the school year before the Christmas holidays.

Capricorn caves has yet again put together an action-packed school holiday program that the whole family can enjoy

 
Bonus 30-Minute Bone Sorting Experience With Every Fossil Tour
For these school holidays only, with every […]

By |September 21st, 2018|Things To Do|Comments Off on September School Holidays in Rockhampton

Fossil Day 2018 In Review

The Fossil Open Day 2018!

 

The Capricorn Caves fossil open day 2018 was a collaborative success!

An event of this size is no small achievement and requires a lot of preparation in the lead up to the day, especially if it is to run smoothly!

The staff at Capricorn caves are hugely invested in seeing the fossil open […]

By |June 19th, 2018|Events|Comments Off on Fossil Day 2018 In Review

Things to do in Rockhampton these School Holidays

Cathedral Cave Tour

Come out to the Caves for our most popular tour! No booking is required with 7 guaranteed tours per day every hour from 9am to 4pm. A leisurely walk through 9 caves, and leaves you with lasting memories of ancient geology and history.  An exciting way to end the tour is navigate your […]

By |June 19th, 2018|Things To Do|Comments Off on Things to do in Rockhampton these School Holidays

Staff Spotlight on Peter Grabasch

Peter is the go-to animal man at the Caves!

As well as being a tour guide at the Caves, Pete and his wife Jodi also operate “Little Aussie Encounters”

Jodi & Peter travel around the CQ region attending schools, child care centers & shopping centers and educating & providing  youth a real hand on learning experience with […]

By |May 7th, 2018|Staff Spotlight|Comments Off on Staff Spotlight on Peter Grabasch

Launch Of Multilingual Brochures At ATE

 

 

The Capricorn Caves is a desired tourist location for many international visitors each year.

 

The 390 million year old cave system has a wide appeal from tourists interested geographically in the ancient past of the Caves as well as families from abroad seeking out a guided tours of the Capricorn Caves.

 

General Manager of the Capricorn Caves, […]

By |April 23rd, 2018|Innovations|Comments Off on Launch Of Multilingual Brochures At ATE

Staff Spotlight Capricorn Caves Paleontologist On Róchelle Lawrence

With the lead up to the “Capricorn Caves Fossil Open Day” there is no better time to get to know our very own palaeontologist, Róchelle Lawrence.

Róchelle has been integral in many momentous discoveries at the Caves and will be attending the Fossil Open Day on Saturday June 2nd!

Get to know Rochelle!

Football Team – All Blacks

Food – […]

By |April 19th, 2018|Staff Spotlight|Comments Off on Staff Spotlight Capricorn Caves Paleontologist On Róchelle Lawrence

Professor Flint Making An Appearance At the Fossil Open Day 2018!

Professor Flint is a singing palaeontologist with a story to tell and he will be telling it at the 2018 Capricorn Caves Fossil open day!

It is our story as Australians. It is the prehistoric story of this ancient land from the very first signs of life, to now.

It is a story that includes the first […]

By |April 10th, 2018|Events|Comments Off on Professor Flint Making An Appearance At the Fossil Open Day 2018!

Staff Spotlight On Robert Augusteyn

Its that time again to get to know all the wonderful characters that make up the Capricorn Caves staff =)

This month the spotlight is on none other than Robert Augusteyn. You most likely wont see Robert when you come to the Caves, he is usually out the back either doing the accounts or solving IT […]

By |February 12th, 2018|Staff Spotlight|Comments Off on Staff Spotlight On Robert Augusteyn

The End Of Summer Solstice 17/18

With the end of January marks the end of the Summer Solstice in the Caves

 

It was a wonderful 4 weeks with a high number of guests making the special trip to see this incredible event. There were guests that come every year and we had quite a few international guests stopping by also along with […]

By |February 12th, 2018|Events|Comments Off on The End Of Summer Solstice 17/18

Things To Do In Rockhampton

Free & low cost things to do in Rockhampton these school holidays!
 

Christmas school holidays are here & so the challenge begins on what to do to keep the kids occupied without spending a fortune!

We have put together the top 7 “must do activities” with kids that are no cost or low cost these school holidays

 

Enjoy […]

By |December 15th, 2017|Things To Do|Comments Off on Things To Do In Rockhampton
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