BIRTHDAY PARTY

WHAT DO ROAMING REPTILES DO AT A PARTY?

  • We arrive 10 minutes before the presentations starts.
  • We need a space about 3-4 metres inside.
  • We bring picnic rugs for guests to sit on.
  • We set up a viewing box. see picture (Just in case anyone feels a bit nervous around the animals)

 

  • At birthday parties the star is the birthday child - they assist directly with the presentation.
  • They carry some of the animals around for their friends to touch.
  • "Snake safety" is included in the presentation.
  • In the warmer months we feed the lizards live bugs.
  • We don't lecture to the children but find out the knowledge they have and add to that.
  • Teachers with excellent crowd control skills design our programs and we use a lot of humour throughout the presentation.


If you've organised a party with Roaming Reptiles, download your Party Pack here


WE BRING ALL 4 GROUPS OF REPTILES:

  • Baby snakes
  • Large snake
  • Turtles
  • If there are 15 children or less we bring frogs
  • Various lizards
  • Baby lizard
  • Crocodile
  • All animals can be touched except the baby lizard and frogs

 


PRE-SCHOOLER PARTY

(45 mins - 1 hour. Depending on how wriggly the children are)

At our parties, the birthday child is the star of the display. They help the presenter introduce each animal and show the other children how to safely touch the live Australian reptiles. We want children to experience close up, these beautiful animals. We do not use venomous snakes.

We have $20 million full public liability insurance.
We need to be inside (3-4 metres) in a quiet place, away from balloons or music.

Length of display: 45min
Cost: Ring us and find out. Recommended number of children 15. (extra costs for over 15 children)


WHAT DO WE NEED FOR A PRESENTATION?

  • A keen group of children through to adults (we recommend between 10-15 children)
  • For children younger than 5 years we ask for an adult to supervise each one. (So children aren't eaten by our animals!)
  • We don't need chairs.
  • A sink or bucket of warm soapy water for everyone to wash his or her hands after the presentation.

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