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Kids go wild during holidays

30 Jul 2015

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Zoologist Chris Humfrey gave his audience a rare opportunity to get up close and personal with some unique and exciting animals during July.

An array of native Australian animals came to meet the kids in the Spiegeltent at Docklands’ Wonderland Fun Park. Snakes, turtles, wallabies, echidnas and dingoes were all a part of the show and a blue-and-yellow Macaw parrot stood out as the spectacular international star.

But the crowd favourite was Caramello the Koala, who clung tight to her keeper Chris as the audience came up to give her a pat.

All the animals and zookeepers stuck around after the show to get their photos taken with the kids, which gave the audience the chance to get closer to the animals they had learnt about during the show.

The fun continues at Wonderland Fun Park during August as they celebrate “Bestie” Month. Every Saturday during August all unlimited ride wristbands are two for one, so you can bring your “bestie” for free!



 

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