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NEW! School holiday program for children in Year 3 to Year 6

This fun, educational holiday program will take kids on an exciting Zoo adventure where they will investigate the challenges animals face, learn scientific skills and solve puzzles to become a Wildlife Warrior!  


 
Wildlife Warriors offers a unique experience where children will;
  • get a meet and greet with some of the amazing people working at Perth Zoo
  • participate in hands-on, interactive challenges to discover ways they can help wildlife
  • enjoy a special experience not available to general zoo visitors
Choose from five unique Wildlife Warrior themes:​
 

Wildlife Tails with Scales​ – 24 September, 1 October 2024

  • Get up close with some of our scaly friends. 

  • Use scientific equipment to find a healthy environment for reptiles. 

  • Become even more obsessed with reptiles as we learn about the amazing adaptations they have to survive. 

 

Wildlife Rangers – 25, 30 September

  • Go behind-the-scenes for a sneak peek at animals habitat.  

  • Discover the roles of wildlife rangers around the world. 

  • Take part in Jungle School to see if you have the skills an orangutan needs to survive in the wild. 

 

Wildlife Protectors – 26 September 2024

  • Participate in a special Nocturnal House experience before it opens to the public as we help the keepers prepare the Western Ringtail Possum's food for the day.  

  • Explore Perth Zoo’s conservation actions for wildlife on an adventure through the Zoo.  

  • Channel your conservation hero to fight off threats in team challenges.  

 

Wildlife Hideaways and Hangouts – 2 October 2024

  • Explore the range of habitats we have at Perth Zoo and the animals that live in them. 

  • Meet a Zoo keeper as they talk us through special features used to recreate the animals natural habitat. 

  • Put your habitat skills to the test as your team designs and builds an animal habitat out of LEGO!


Wildlife Watches – 3 October 2024

  • Discover some of the monitoring methods used in Perth Zoos Native Species Breeding Program on a behind the scenes tour. 

  • Observe animal behaviours in their exhibit to understand how we can monitor animals in the wild. 

  • Create your own wildlife watching journal. 


DETAILS

  • Duration: 7 hours (8am – 3pm)
  • Entry Fee: Included
  • Maximum Group Size: 20 people
  • Important Information: Suitable for students in Year 3 to Year 6. For the January school holidays, the year level relates to the school year your child is about to commence.
  • View our Anaphylaxis and Allergy Plan

FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS

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+ Can I change the date of my booking?

+ Is there a waitlist for fully booked sessions?

+ My child can no longer attend, can I get a refund?

+ What does my child need to bring?

Book Now $100.00/person
Upcoming Dates and Times
Tuesday 24 September Wednesday 25 September See more available times
Duration
7 hours
Entry Fee
Included
Maximum Group Size
20 people
Important information
Suitable for students in Year 3 to Year 6. For the January school holidays, the year level relates to the school year your child is about to commence.

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