Fun, Interactive Minibeast Incursions, Workshops and Exhibitions featuring large, live and colourful Australian Invertebrate Animals. All tailored to the needs of your particular topic, venue or special event!
NEW: Arachnophobia and other “Creepy Crawly” Phobia Desensitisation Sessions
Now Available in your own home or venue of choice!
LIVE BugZoom Sessions Available!
LIVE Minibeasts And Wrangling available for Art & Media.
Minibeast & Schoolyard Safari Resources and Kits coming soon,
in our online Schoolyard Safari Shop!
Important Notice Regarding Covid-19
Please Read: Covid19 Notice UPDATED SEPT 2020
“Thanks so much for the fact sheets. They will come in very handy. Thanks again for the show. All the children (& staff) really enjoyed it and it's a very popular topic at the moment. The photos all came out really well and are hanging around the centre.” Ms Frew (Brontesaurus Pre-school, Bronte)
"They were very excited! Could hardly contain themselves! Jacqui knows her topic well, keeps the kids interests and manages the group with ease" - Mrs Thomas (Stage 2 Teacher, Our Lady of the Nativity School, Lawson)
The students had an excellent response. They were excited to be able to touch and hold the mini-beasts, liked learning about minibeasts not normally readily able to see. Good resource sheets sent well before the show with helpful information. Thanks Jacqui! A really well-organised and interesting talk. Heaps of interaction with the children. The 'hands-on' session was fantastic for the kids. Thanks so much. We really enjoyed it and the children learnt a lot from your presentation - Mrs Cellero (Stage 2 Teacher, St Catherine's College, Singleton)
"Students were very interested and motivated by the experience. Displays were excellent & enthralled the pupils. Children learnt many new facts about handling the insects, very practical, they could not have learnt this from books etc" - Mrs Bailey (Stage 2 Teacher, Cooerwull PS, Lithgow)
“It was an absolute delight to have you visit with us. You held the kids and adults at both Wagga and Tumut enthralled. It is a sure sign of success when a show is over and the kids keep coming back to talk to you and show you their discoveries. We all had a marvellous time”. - Sharon Smith (Riverina District Librarian)