Sunday, 12 June 2011

Toss yer for it - heads or tails?

There is an old song which comes to mind
Shut the doors, they're comin' in the windows.
Shut the windows, they're comin' in the doors!
Fred Ebb & Paul Klein, mid '50s
This is hangin' out from the Australian Museum on College Street opposite Hyde Park South, advertising their Dinosaur Sleepover on 2nd September.

No kids without adults; no adults without kids. No more than 4 kids per adult. Bring yer own air bed and sleeping bag. And wheelbarrow filled with money!


Rae Walter said...

Great captures Julie and eye catching advertising. Looks like the exhibition would be great fun, although no doubt, walking through the shop at the end would make for an expensive exit!

Genie -- Paris and Beyond said...

Let's grab some adults and go! Oh, right, I am an adult... This looks like fun and what a creative approach to marketing. I wonder if I could hang something like that on my back door. Hummmm....


Rachel said...

DANG! That's creepy. I would have a hard time getting to sleep in a room with that in it! Yikes! But waaaaay cool!

RedPat said...

I think I need these for my windows!

Joe said...

Someone needs a hug.

Kay L. Davies said...

Oh, wow. If there had been anything like that when I was in Sydney with my 14-year-old brother, I'd have had to sleep with dinosaurs. Whew, saved by the fact that he's now over 40.
Great photos, as always, my dear friend.
— K

Kay, Alberta, Canada
An Unfittie's Guide to Adventurous Travel

PerthDailyPhoto said...

I love this post Julie, made me laugh out loud, 'wheelbarrow filled with money' is so right these days. Fantastic start to a chilly Sunday, thanks. Have a great day.
Best wishes

Joan Elizabeth said...

What a fun post ... a sleepover in the museum ... could be very spooky. Great advertising.

J Bar said...

Love it! :) I've never seen it. I'll keep an eye out for it.

Mo said...


TheChieftess said...

Yikes!!! I think I'll pass on this one!!! I don't know what's scarier, the top pic or facing a museum sleep over with a zillion kidlets running around!!!

(One of the perks of being a grandma is not having to do that one anymore!!!)