Reptile Education & Interaction


Our presentations include important information about native wildlife awareness; this includes a discussion on snake behaviour and safety. These programs also have a particular focus on: respect, understanding, empathy, conservation and the natural world.

Not only is this a visually unique experience, but quite often provides therapeutic sensory involvement.

  • Early Learning Centres
  • Kindergarten
  • Primary Schools
  • Secondary Schools
  • OSHC (Out of School Hours Care)
  • School Camps
  • Alternative Learning
  • Disability Care
  • Elder Care
  • Scout Groups
  • Libraries and Resource Centres
  • Workplace Education
  • Sport & Recreation Clubs
  • Snake Bite & First Aid Training

Want more information? Contact us for a customised package to suit your organisations educational needs.

Community Centre Education

Education in the Community


All incursions are linked to the current Australian Curriculum, and hand-outs are available for teachers, educators and caregivers. Adults and children alike are taught about the classification of reptiles, their basic needs, endotherms vs ectotherms; and the evolution of reptiles – including survival, reproduction and their habitats.