VERTIGO wants to offer you and a friend a chance to get sweaty and loud in the Jurassic Lounge Tuesday, 3rd September. To win a double pass just tell us why you think the dinosaurs are extinct.


Sydney’s wildest after-hours party is going extinct! The sixth and final season of Jurassic Lounge will run every Tuesday night at the new time of 6pm to 10pm from September 3rd until November 5th 2013 at the Australian Museum.

Over 53,000 people have already enjoyed these unique after-hours openings during which the Australian Museum comes alive as a showcase of an ever-changing roster of Sydney’s best emerging artists.

The final season – Jurassic Lounge: Extinction – will consist of a series of ten outrageous end-of-the-world parties counting down to the event’s extinction, each unfolding against a stunning backdrop of dinosaurs, wild animals and precious gemstones. Each night will feature a line-up of artists including comedians, bands, pole dancers, DJs and burlesque performers, alongside craft markets, dance lessons and science experiments. Expect the unexpected!

Kicking off the series on September 3rd is the TIME MACHINE party, where each room at the Museum takes visitors back to a different decade: a chance to learn 1980s Hip Hop moves from Hip-Hop Legacy or get sweaty at a pop-up aerobics class by Physique Aerobics, have a drink in the 1920s Speakeasy, win prizes at Time Travel Trivia hosted by Project 52 (comedians Michael Hing and Tom Walker) and get down to the Twist N Shout DJs, performing party anthems from the 1950s and 1960s.


The full line-up is available on


DATE: Tuesday nights, 3rd September

TIME: 6.00pm – 10.00pm.

LOCATION: Australian Museum, 6 College Street, Sydney


Terms and conditions:

1. Only one entry per person.

2. Competition commences Wednesday 21st and ends Wednesday 25th

3. Winner will be notified by on Wednesday 25th

4. Winner will have their name, and a friends put on the door.

5. Entry is open to all UTS staff and students with a valid UTS student number or staff ID.

6. The judges’ decision is final and no correspondence will be entered into.

7. Prizes cannot be transferred for cash.