The Deadly Down Under is coming to Darwin!

By Korgan Hucent

Now you guys, like the team here at Ray White Bayside know that as great as Australia is, it is home to some of the world’s dangerous creepy crawlies.  And if anybody knows this more than anybody, it’s Steve Backshall – the host of the hit TV show, “Deadly 60”.  With a huge following here in this country, Steve is returning to Australia with an exciting stage show that’s sure to thrill and delight all who see it!

Unlike previous shows however, Steve will be on stage LIVE with some of the deadliest animals you’ll find here!  It’s live action, like you’ve probably never before seen it.

Be a part of the audience and hear for yourself of Steve’s incredible stories, as he shares some of the craziest and deadliest wild footage from his visits to Australia.  Some of what you’ll see include Steve being lowered from a helicopter and dangling dangerously close to a crocodile nest and handling one of the world’s deadliest octopus off Sydney Harbour.

A must-see for anybody who is interested in wildlife and adventure, it’s definitely going to be a show to remember.  It’s all happening on Saturday 3rd February at the Darwin Entertainment Centre, with the first show commencing at 2pm and the second starting at 5pm.  Tickets start at $39 for B Reserve seats, and a family of four can secure B Reserve Family seats for $139.

Booking is absolutely essential, as the second show has been announced due to the overwhelming demand!  You can secure your tickets to avoid disappointment by visiting:!/events

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