Keep the kids busy at Cleland these school holidays

Kids will have plenty to do these school holidays with Cleland Wildlife Park’s assortment of creepy-crawly activities and full-day Wildification program. 

Goliath stick insect, the second largest stick insect in Australia

Creepy-crawlies for curious kids

Invertebrate Keeper Shaun O'Sullivan has brought together the weirdest, coolest, and most fascinating bugs from his collection to showcase these diverse species.

There is something on every day of the school holidays, with something interesting for all ages.

Activities include:

  • BYOB (Bring Your Own Bug) insect identification
  • Cleland’s own Bug Man Presentations
  • Butterfly Conservation Society SA and Adelaide University Bee Expert presentations
  • ‘Fun With Fangs’ seminar with Cleland Director Chris Daniels and SA Museum’s Chief Research Scientist Steve Donnellan
  • ancient invertebrates workshop with Flinders Paleontology.

To see the rest of the program visit the Cleland website.

Kids’ Wildification program

With Wildification, you can drop the kids off at Cleland and sit back and relax while they adventure around the park.

Kids in Wildification enjoy a guided tour around the park, animal experience, exclusive animal feeding, games, crafts, keeper presentations, and even lunch and recess too.
Places are strictly limited, so call to book now.

Sessions run from 9.30 am – 3.30 pm on:

  • 1 October
  • 2 October
  • 3 October
  • 8 October
  • 9 October
  • 10 October.

Cost: $80 per day (plus park entry OR proof of membership)
Ages: 5 - 12 years.

To book phone 8130 9016 to secure your place. Booking forms required prior to program.

Wildification participant Lexi feeding ducks