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Looking for something to do during the school holidays or just enjoy dressing up, then Coal Creek has another fun-packed day for the family. Enjoy a treasure hunt for all pirate, magic and balloon show, boat races at the lake - buy and decorate your boat, then enter your boat at the lake to see if your pirate ship wins the race and competitions for the best dressed pirate. As part of the annual Pirates Day celebrations at Coal Creek, Gippsland Gamers will be running amazing activities.Have fun joining in in the middle of the Seas of Skullduggery - Skeleton Island, the hiding place of Cap'n Rumblebelly's buried treasure. Around the outside of the sea, the islands of six pirate kings desperate to get their hands on the treasure. Take command of one of the pirate's ships and try to get to Skeleton Island first to dig up the treasure, and then get it back to your own island to claim it forever. But beware, five other pirates have the same idea as you, and even if you get the treasure, you might not be able to hang onto it.Pirates Treasure is an exciting game of skill for young children. Using toy pirate ships, batons and thrown dice for cannon balls, the game is both fast and fun. Cap'n Rumblebelly's fabulous buried horde of chocolate money is at stake, may the best buccaneer win.
From Melbourne just follow the signs to Korumburra and continue through the centre of Korumburra. You well find us just off the highway heading towards Leongatha.
Catch the bus from Melbourne there is a bus stop just out the front of Coal Creek. Please check the Vline website for timetables.
Competitions for the best dressed pirates - 12 years and under and open-age judging starts at 12.30PM and family games begin at 1:00PM. See website for full program details.