MyPR: Catch the feeding of the Fish @ Cresta!:
Randburg’s Cresta Shopping Centre, one of South Africa’s largest shopping centres, recently launched its CrestAquarium, a spectacular marine educational centre complete with a magnificent aquarium that is home to 32 exotic reef fish from the Indo Pacific region.
Something not to be missed and which is sure to provide plenty of entertainment for the whole family is feeding time for these fascinating aquatic residents. The next feed is scheduled for the following Saturday’s – November 2nd & 30th between 12 noon to 12:20pm – So mark these dates on your calendar and get ready for some great picture opportunities.
Kindly note that diving times are subject to change and shoppers can check Cresta Shopping Centre’s social media platforms for updates. Facebook: @crestashoppingcentre
Twitter & Instagram: @crestacentre!
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