Do you have a budding little zoologist that just LOVES animals and wildlife? Then why not organise a birthday party with a difference……and totally WILD?!
EnviroEDU delivers an informative, highly interactive and ‘hands on’ wildlife experience whereby we showcase Australia’s amazing biodiversity and fauna species and provide friendly encounters with our hand raised native Australian wildlife.
Species that attend on the day will depend on location of the party, age of the children and the animals on the day but will include a variety of mammals, birds, reptiles, amphibians and invertebrates.
Our enthusiastic demonstrators will ensure the birthday child is a VIP wildlife assistant where they can touch and help carry some of the animals for their friends to pat and have photo opportunities with! It will be a birthday experience they will never forget!
We had the talented and lovely Sarah bring her critters to my daughter’s 7th birthday party. Sarah was so patient and beautiful with the kids and her animals were a huge hit. Highly recommend – EnviroEdu is an absolute winner in our books!
EnviroEDU wildlife birthday parties include a one hour wildlife demonstration, birthday certificate and present for the birthday child and birthday invites that you can print off and send out to all guests!
To ensure that the birthday party is both safe and entertaining, we recommend the following:
- limiting invitees to a maximum of 15 guests to ensure the party is as personal and hands on as possible for the birthday child;
- provision of a free parking space as close to the birthday location as possible;
- bookings to start approximately 20 minutes after the start of the party;
- a safe venue out of harsh weather conditions….wind, rain, heat and cold (inside is preferable) with a space that is approx.. 5m x 5m for children to sit in a semi circle;
- pets to be removed from the area during the wildlife presentation;
- preferably no food to be eaten throughout the presentation;
- all participants to wash their hands before and after the presentation.
“If we can get people excited about animals, then by crikey, it makes it a heck of a lot easier to save them.”