Explore the themes of inclusion and respectful relationships on this engaging and hands-on excursion at Symbio Wildlife Park. Through interactive presentations with animals and two guided walks through various animal enclosures, students will observe and analyse the effects of actions that enhance or disrupt relationships using animals to highlight these themes. Let us address the issue of bullying in a non-threatening and interactive way, while promoting and highlighting the importance of respectful relationships for all living things. On this excursion, students will learn the importance of being inclusive and discover how their own uniqueness shapes who they are. Students will discuss how empathy, inclusion and respect are important in their relationships and how their own actions can impact themselves and others. Let us provide your students with a memorable and engaging learning experience with a fresh, new perspective of these important and universal issues.
Cuddle a possum, pat a python and feed the wallabies in their natural habitat on this interactive and hands-on day at Symbio Wildlife Park! During this action packed excursion, students embark on intimate guided tours discovering how people and environments influence one another. Discover how people influence places on two engaging walks through the park with our expert Rangers. Students will examine native and exotic animal species up close in their custom enclosures mimicking native environments and explore the diverse features and characteristics of ecosystems including wetlands, water lagoons, bushland, deserts and rainforests. Between animal cuddles and interactive presentations, students will analyse the crucial role of zoos and discover how spaces are managed within Symbio Wildlife Park. They will also investigate the importance of a range of breeding programs in populating Australia’s endangered animal species. Your students will be bursting with extensive knowledge and fun facts after this exciting and unforgettable day!
Ever questioned the difference between an alligator and crocodile? Or wondered why owls and eagles fly silently? On this interactive and action packed excursion, your students will embark on intimate guided tours discovering interesting and unbelievable facts about the growth, survival and adaptation of living things. Get your students up close to wildlife as they cuddle possums, pat pythons and feed the wallabies at Symbio Wildlife Park! Students will examine the growth and survival of living things and how their adaptations suit their environment on two engaging walks through the park with our expert Rangers. They will experience native and exotic animal species up close in their custom enclosures, observing physical conditions of environments including wetlands, water lagoons, bushland, deserts and rainforests. Between animal cuddles and interactive presentations, students will analyse how various conditions of the environment affect the growth and survival of living things and understand the structural and behavioural features of various wildlife in supporting their survival. Your students will be bursting with extensive knowledge, unforgettable memories and a long list of fun facts on this wild Symbio adventure!
Searching for a hassle-free plan for your end of year celebration? Well, pack your swimmers and look no further than this fun in the sun program! Symbio Wildlife Park will get your students up close to the animals before cooling down in Symbio’s very own SPLASH PARK! Cuddle possums, pat pythons and feed wallabies on this picnic day your students will never forget! Run entirely by our experienced Rangers, we have your entire day of fun and excitement covered. What better way to see out the year with friends than an action-packed day at the zoo AND water park!? Contact the Ranger Jamie team and let us take care of everything!
Among the cute and cuddly native Australian animals at Symbio Wildlife Park, your students will be able to learn about the world’s oldest surviving culture in the most vibrant setting! In a day jam-packed with up-close encounters to a variety of different animals your students will learn the significance and connection of native Australian animals to Aboriginal people. The Gumaraa Rangers will help your students explore the connection Aborginal people have with their land, and the history and traditions of their culture. Throughout the day students will observe traditional Aboriginal tools, weapons and artefacts, and participate in discussions about art, music and dance. A day full of close encounters they’re bound to never forget!