School Holiday Program

Learn about our beautiful wildlife this holiday!

School Holiday Program

Learn about our beautiful wildlife this holiday!

Not sure how to spend this school holiday?

Then why not spend it learning about our amazing native wildlife!

 

This summer holiday we have introduced a fun-filled event for children to enjoy at Native Animal Rescue, where you can learn about baby birds, building nests, snake safety and get hands-on experience with our education animals!

We bring your children closer to our wildlife so they can learn first hand what makes WA wildlife so special.

Prices
The cost per person is $20 for this amazing opportunity.

Please be aware that we have limited availability for each session so if you are planning for a large number of children please contact us directly.

We also process payments via PayPal which takes card payments as well.

What to bring
Native Animal Rescue is located on natural bushland in Malaga so be sure to bring plenty of water and snacks!

We can also provide sunscreen for all the children when they arrive.

What to wear
As there is a lot of bushlands and we have animals that live freely in our centre all visitors must wear a;

  • Hat
  • Long pants
  • Enclosed shoes
Ages able to participate
As we work with various animals all participants must be at least 8 years old and be under 14 years old as this is a children’s educational program.
Dates and Times

Every program runs for approximately 3 hours between;

9:30 am – 12:30 pm

The following are the dates available for the program;

  • 8th January (Tuesday)
  • 10th January (Thursday)
  • 15th January (Tuesday)
  • 17th January (Thursday)
  • 22nd January (Tuesday)
  • 24th  January (Thursday)

For any inquiries or to book a session please email

admin@nativeanimalrescue.org.au

 Please include in your email

  • Your name
  • Your contact information
  • A list of full names of the children you are booking for
  • A signed copy of the permission slip

To download a copy of the permission slip click here!