HBO has announced that a Game Of Thrones exhibition will be on show in Sydney in early July this year, presented by Google Play.
The showcase will feature almost 100 artifacts from the show, including props and objects from the most recent fourth season.
At the moment, there's very little news about the exhibition - apart from the fact that it's coming. The worldwide exhibition has been known about for months, but it hasn't been confirmed for Australia until now.
It'll be entirely free, too - a nice concession in a country where you have to pay in one way or another to watch Game Of Thrones in the first place.
Some time in the first half of July, Sydneysiders will get a chance to look at some of the memorabilia from the hit series.
Apparently you can expect dragon eggs, fur cloaks, sword, banners, crowns and spears to be on display.
There's still no news of the exhibition traveling to any other part of the country or to New Zealand, but keep your hopes up - we're investigating further.
Here's all the information we know so far:
"HBO today announced that Game of Thrones: The Exhibition will be coming to Sydney, Australia in early July, 2014. The immersive exhibition, specifically created to bring the enchanted world of Game of Thrones and its characters directly to fans, will be presented by Google Play. The event will be free to the public. Full dates and details will be announced shortly.
The exhibit will offer a fresh perspective on the show, focusing on key places, characters and relationships from the series. Open to the public free of charge, the not-to-be-missed 2014 exhibition will feature new installations and a collection of nearly 100 original artifacts from the show including select pieces from the fourth and latest season."
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