Kids & Parenting

Dora the Explorer’s ‘Explorer’ Passport!

Dora the Explorer sets out with on a new adventure with her ‘explorer’ passport.
Since her launch ten years ago, Dora has delighted and inspired a generation of kids around the world. In 2010 Dora will kick off a global movement to encourage more preschoolers to be like Dora.
March 2010 sees the launch of Dora’s ‘Explorer’ passport – an initiative to promote ‘exploring’ and encourage kids to ask “What are we exploring today?”
Dora’s Explorer Passport is filled with puzzles and activities, things to do, special offers, links to games and downloadables on Nick Jr, as well as hints, tips and the latest news on Dora the Explorer.
A number of national attractions have partnered with the ‘Explorer’ passport to provided special offers to ‘Dora passport’ holders. They include Sydney Aquarium, Australia Zoo, Currumbin Sanctuary, Puffing Billy, and many more. Offers featured in the passport include exclusive access to to special ‘Explorer’ maps and tours, redeemable gifts, or discount entry upon presentation of your Dora Passport.
“We know kids love Dora, they are used to interacting with her ‘in her world’. Dora’s ‘Explorer’ Passport aims to bring Dora’s adventurous spirit to life in the ‘real world’ and encourage kids and families to explore more, everyday.” explains Jack Yew, Vice President, South Asia & Greater China, Australia and New Zealand, Nicolodeon and Viacom Consumer Products.

To become a Dora’s ‘Explorer’ Passport holder visit any participating Australia Post outlet during March 2010 and redeem your exclusive passport with any purchase over $10* (*while stocks last).


To celebrate the launch of Dora’s ‘Explorer’ Passport, we have a Dora and a Diego prize pack to give away. In 25 words or less, tell us about your Little Explorer and whether they are a Dora or Diego (to receive a Dora pack for girls or a Diego pack for boys). Competition ends on the 1st April.
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