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School Holiday Program at Currumbin Wildlife Sanctuary 9TH–13TH JUL

School Holiday Program at Currumbin Wildlife Sanctuary

Wild Adventures School Holiday Program

Our brand new and exciting school holiday program puts participants right in the heart of the action at Currumbin Wildlife Sanctuary. Attendees will participate in activities exclusive to the Wild Adventures school holiday program including enrichment feeding, behind the scenes access and up-close and personal animal encounters. With 5 different, action-packed days, there is even more to see and explore.

Please bring along a packed morning tea and lunch.

Two age groups per day allow for tailored and specific content to ensure everyone has an enjoyable day. If your children’s ages sit across the two programs, and they want to be in the same group, please call us to discuss.

Each themed day starts at 8.30am and finishes at 3.30pm

Themed Days

Monday 9th July – Animal Trainer for a Day – This will allow participants to learn all about the training techniques we use at Currumbin Wildlife Sanctuary both for animal health checks and behaviours for our shows.

Tuesday 10th July – Paws and Claws – This fun day focuses specifically on interactions with the furry and feathered members of the Currumbin Wildlife Sanctuary.

Wednesday 11th July – Keeper for a Day – Take a walk in the boots of a keeper and see exactly what it’s like to be a wildlife keeper. From cleaning, to food preparation, health checks, enrichment and more.

Thursday 12th July – Slimy and Scaly – You never know what lies below the surface! Get eye to eye with our reptilian friends and up close with our aquatic acquaintances.

Friday 13th July – Vet for a Day – Participants will learn about rehabilitation and rescue, release techniques, veterinary equipment and their uses and conduct health checks on animals throughout the Sanctuary.

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