Auslan Interpreted Day at Sovereign Hill

Sat 03 May,

Ballarat,

Kids

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Sovereign Hill’s famous sound and light show ‘Blood on the Southern Cross’ will attract new crowds this year, with interpreting company Auslan Stage Left jumping on board for their community. Auslan provide theatre interpreting for the hearing impaired community, and will be interpreting the Sovereign Hill sound and light show which tells the story of the Eureka Rebellion.

The program for the day will include interpreted tours of the diggings and the Gold Museum, as well as key activities specific to the Sovereign Hill show such as the gold pour, musket firing, the Redcoat Soliders, and sweet- and candle-making for the deaf and hearing impaired.

 

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Auslan Interpreted Day at Sovereign Hill details

Sovereign Hill


Address
39 Magpie St

Ballarat 3350

Telephone 03 5337 1199

Price from $22.00 to $207.00

Date Sat 03 May

Open 10am

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