Hollow Homes – School holiday activity
You have a comfy bed in a nice safe, warm house, but wild animals don’t live in houses!
You have a comfy bed in a nice safe, warm house, but wild animals don’t live in houses! They might have a number of different places they call home – an underground burrow, a nest high up in a tree. But the trees themselves are very important homes for many types of wild animals and those homes are called hollows. Come along for a walk amongst the trees and use the SPYCAM to spy on the animals that call their hollows home.
$15 per child (includes 1 adult)
Kids will need sturdy shoes, hat, water bottle and be accompanied by an adult. Meet us at the playground on the corner of Justice Kelly Street and Quinane Avenue, Forde.
Age suitability: 5 – 13