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Treasure Hunt in the city!

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March 25, 2012
10:00 am

Think you know Melbourne pretty well? Well this Sunday you can prove it for a good cause with Melbourne City Romp. The romp is part treasure hunt, part Amazing Race and part puzzle.

Teams armed with a map, clue sheet and mobile phones have four hours to solve challenges at Checkpoints located at iconic venues and quirky locations across Melbourne.

Across Australia some 20,000 rompers are expected to start sleuthing, with all proceeds will help  fund research into HIV, TB and malaria.

So if you want to find Wally, Carmen Sandiago or that new Mexican place everyone is talking about, get romping.

WHERE: Treasury Gardens, 2 – 18 Spring St East Melbourne
WHEN: Sunday 25 March from 10am
WEB: www.cityromp.com


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