A big trivia night at Woopi

WHALES might be big but the Whale Watch Campaign Trivia Night is going to be huge.

The community is invited to the all-ages trivia night at the Woolgoolga Diggers this Saturday from 6.30pm.

Phil and Vicky Lee will be comperes for the event and will be making sure everyone gets involved in the night of trivia with a twist. Event organiser, Cheryl Midavaine, said the night would be part party and part serious cerebral fun.

“Come along and enjoy it, it should be a great family night,” she said.

All proceeds raised on the night will go towards the tourism Whale Watch Campaign, which encourages visitors to enjoy the breathtaking beauty of comfort of their own car at the Woolgoolga Headland.

Tickets are available from Woolgoolga Real Estate, Woopi Doo and the Visitor Information Centre, and numbers will be finalised by Thursday.

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