Click on the puzzles listed below for a hint. Some puzzles have more than one hint. Start with A, then B … The final hint will give you the answer.
Find both pieces with number 1 on them to solve this puzzle.
Does the money on the back of this puzzle help you?
Look at the $20 note on the back of this puzzle, can you find one of the pictures from your equation?
Do you have any spare AUS dollar notes lying around to figure out which symbols belong to each note? Or maybe try the internet.
Replace the images in your equation for the values on the notes.
Don’t forget to do your multiplications and divisions first.
Unjumble the letters to form words.
Figure out what all the words have in common to decipher the theme of the party.
Do you know your star signs?
Which Star sign is missing?
The solution from Puzzle 4 will help you decipher the month.
Look at the clock to figure out the time at which the 2 candles were lit.
Look at this example to see that the letters are not in order.
Try starting with the letters that only appear in one word.
The 3rd and 14th letters are present in other words, however, the 10th letter can only be found in eye.
Make sure you have completed puzzle 12 before cutting up this puzzle.
Cut out the two gold streamers.
You may need to grab a pencil to solve this one.
Wrap each of the streamers around the pencil to form a word.
You will need your confetti balloons to solve this puzzle.
Is there anything written on your confetti?
Where else can you see balloons in your pack?
The picture on the front of the birthday card will help you with this puzzle.
Don’t forget to stop at every junction.
To solve this puzzle use a mobile phone to scan the QR code on the back of the birthday card (if this is not possible go to hint 11b)
Sound out what you can see in the video.
Determine what values the “?” represent. There is an example of how the formula works on either end of the puzzle.
Figure out how the 3 numbers around the edges equal to the number in the middle.
Knowing your ABC’s will help you with this puzzle.
Which letter is missing so that all the colours add up to the same value?
Fill out the party invitation with the solutions from each of the puzzles.
Did you notice that some of the letters are underlined in red?
Don’t forget to RSVP to the party!!
Your final answer will be all in lowercase.
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Can you find the hidden coded letters in the video?
Use the grid below the video to decipher the letters.
Read the letters backwards to form a word.
Enter the final password into the web address shown in your welcome letter.