WIN: We are looking for a Myall Coast Junior Ringmaster for the Circus

Motorbike Madness, happy football playing dogs, high flying stars, candyfloss, a fab snow cone and a great seat under the colourful big top.Circus

What does all this mean?

It means you will enjoy the International show at Circus Royale!

Circus Royale, featuring international acts, is as traditional as it gets.

Circus Royale is raising the colourful big top at Salamander Bay and Raymond Terrace.

The steel Globe of Death is four metres wide and motorbikes are manoeuvred around the cage at speeds of up to 80km/h. It’s nail-biting stuff!

Throw in a colourful ringmaster, acrobatic artistry, and tail wagging dogs, along with dancing horses, gorgeous girls and funny clowns.

Look out for the colourful Chilean Family Reyes who give traditional slapstick a modern make-over and have great fun with water, comedy and the audience.

Baby camels, happy tail wagging dogs and cute young jugglers too – this circus will have kids sitting open-mouthed in wonder.

And at its very heart stands the new custodian of Circus Royale, the young Australian circus owner Damian Syred.

Circus Royale showing at Salamander Bay from 22-26 April and at Raymond Terrace from 29 April to 3 May.

Myall Coast News and Circus Royale would like to offer one Myall Coast Junior the unique opportunity to be Junior Ringmaster at any one-showing of Circus Royale during our short stay in Raymond Terrace.

The prize includes 6 seats to the Circus Royale so that the extended family of lucky Junior Ringmaster winner can join the party under the big top.

The competition is open to children of primary school age only.

To enter the competition write to us and tell us in 25 words or less why you want to be the Myall Coast Junior Ringmaster.
Closes strictly 5pm Tuesday 28 April.

Email your answer to

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