School Holidays - Join in the adventure of our daily talks, tours and workshops!
Every day during the school holidays, as well as on weekends and public holidays, we run heaps of extra tours, interactive shows and other activities at no extra charge. See our daily tour schedule on our home page for more details.
Special group programs for 15 or more children!
For vacation care groups and for any group of 15 or more children (must be accompanied by responsible adults), we can also offer an adventure just for you. Choose your adventure from our popular Spikes, Scales, Feathers and Fur Workshop or try our Bush Lessons Workshop and enjoy lots of fun Aboriginal activities. Can’t decide, then why not select our double workshop programme.
"Vacation Care" groups and anyone wanting to book for a group of 15 or more!
You may choose to finish up with a sausage sizzle (optional extra).
Contact us to discuss the dates available and to receive a copy of our Vacation Care package.
Just some of the fun you can look forward to:
Make ochre face paint and get painted up, ready for the adventure, then...
* Make ochre face paint and get painted up for your adventure
* Learn how to throw a boomerang
* Go on a bush walk with the ranger
* Track real wild kangaroos and emus through the bush
* Find bush tucker and try out Aboriginal medicine
* Pat a python, cuddle a koala and meet all of their other animal friends
* Wash your hands with bush soap that YOU make from native plants
Your questions answered:
What if it rains?
The weather never stops a ranger. It's even more fun in the wet. Just bring your raingear and get ready for an adventure you will never forget. (If the weather is extreme, we may cancel, but only if the weather is dangerous).
Can the children attend on their own?
No. This is the real bush. Children must be accompanied by a responsible adult (and adults should be accompanied by a responsible child). The adults responsibility is to make sure all of the rangers' safety instructions are followed.
Must we book?
If you are joining in the fun of the daily ranger activities, you don't need to book.
If you are a Vacation Care or group of 15 or more children, please contact us if you would like to arrange your own special ranger-led adventure.
What should we wear?
Wear good comfortable flat closed shoes.
Wear a sun hat.
Bring your rain gear, just in case.
What else should we bring?
Bring the kids (and whoever else happens to be around).
Bring sunscreen even if it is overcast.
Bring skin-protector insect spray.
Bring water bottles (or you can buy water or juice at the cafe).