This March we will be holding our first Centre Event with Wildcall coming to visit with some amazing animals.
All children who attend the service will get to have this amazing experience and if it's not your day but you would like to come along for the show please contact reception.
Thursday 14th March - 9:30am - $8.00 per child
Children under 15 months - no charge.
All payments due prior to the morning of the show. Payment slips available at reception.
WILDCALL specialises in community education and entertainment, and our team has over 10 years experience working with and caring for animals. WILDCALL has been specifically designed for schools and childcare centres, allowing the zoo to come to you. During a visit, children and adults will be able to meet, learn and interact with native animals, encouraging them to take positive action in the conservation of our native wildlife.
WILDCALL travels with a collection of Australian native animals and each program is delivered by one of our qualified and experienced educators. Your children's curiosity about the natural world will come alive as they come face to face with some of our country's stunning wildlife. These include; snakes, possums, bandicoots, turtles, lizards, crocodiles, owls, flying foxes and more.
What happens on the day:
WILDCALL specialises in presenting interactive animal lessons designed to meet the contextual needs of your children. WILDCALL brings to your school a specially trained collection of live Native Australian Fauna - including marsupials, birds, reptiles and insects.
Our WILDCALL Education Officer and team of friendly animals will educate your school group for up to one-hour in a presentation that is based on a wide variety of topics. Children will get the opportunity to see, touch, and learn about Australia's amazing wildlife.
Group participation can include, interactive discussion, question time, animal observations and hands-on close encounters! Participants will be inspired through learning amazing wildlife facts whilst developing their understanding of the importance of conserving our local biodiversity.