Last weekend of June set to be a treat for Fairfax residents

Federal Member for Fairfax

Media release

Constituents in Clive Palmer’s electorate of Fairfax are in for a special family entertainment treat at the end of June.

On Friday 27th (evening), Saturday 28th and Sunday 29th June at Palmer Coolum Resort, entry to two of the resort’s main attractions, the Palmersaurus dinosaur park and Palmer Motorama vintage car museum, will be free to all Fairfax residents.

In the coming weeks a brochure will be delivered to Fairfax households with details of the weekend’s events. The brochure will also act as an entry pass.

Palmersaurus, the biggest dinosaur park in the world, contains 160 spectacular prehistoric exhibits housed in a natural environment and will be open for both daytime and evening viewing. During the evening strategic lighting shows the huge dinosaurs in all their glory.

Palmer Motorama is one of Australia’s most impressive private car collections and features 90 magnificent vehicles ranging from the early 1900s to the modern era, including many historically significant cars such as Lord Louis Mountbatten’s 1929 Rolls Royce Phantom.

As well as free entry to Palmersaurus and Palmer Motorama there will be live music and entertainment in the Village Square, as well as community information seminars and speeches.

“I wanted to say thank you to the people of Fairfax and what better way than to offer them a free weekend of fun with their families,” Mr Palmer said.

“It will be a great weekend and something for everyone in Fairfax to look forward to at the end of June,” he added.