Please inform the Education Coordinator of approximate numbers 1 week prior to your visit, at firstname.lastname@example.org
Final numbers will be checked upon entry and invoiced for accordingly.
What to wear
As we are primarily an outdoor venue, it is critical that students bring weather appropriate clothing. This includes closed-toe shoes and raincoats/hats should rain be forecast; warm clothing for cold days; and for warmer days, please instruct students to apply insect repellent in the morning as there are mosquitos in the area.
What to bring
Please bring lunches and drinks in small bags for students to carry individually. In some cases, an undercover seating area may be reserved to leave belongings for the day. This must be pre-arranged with the Education Coordinator email@example.com
Where to arrive
Instruct your bus drivers to parallel park in the Bus Zone, not across the main entrance.
To minimise congestion in the queues, line students up outside the entrance. The excursion Leader should enter through our Admissions building, join the queue and then inform the Admission staff of the name of your school/organisation. Inform staff of final numbers.
Then students should come through the entrance into the park all at once.
If a different entry point has been pre-arranged with us then please enter as previously instructed by the Education Coordinator.
How to behave
We wish all our visitors, including schools, to have a positive experience. So we ask that some preparatory discussion with your students is undertaken regarding respect and care for animals.
We anticipate that all attending supervising adults will actively support the students’ respectful engagement with our wildlife.
The linked Guide to Wallaby Walk and Species Identification may help in this discussion.
Please find the Code of Conduct in the attached document Preparing for your Admission-only excursion – Guidelines for Teachers.
We now have an app as well as a map to help you get around Moonlit Sanctuary.
Health and Safety
These documents may help in your planning and risk assessment.
Preparing for your Admission-only excursion – Guidelines for Teachers. Includes a Map, Code of Conduct, Emergency Evacuation Procedures, and Booking Terms and Conditions.
Our COVID-Safe excursion information can be found at the bottom of this page.
For a current copy of our Certificate of Currency/Public Liability documents please email the Education Coordinator at firstname.lastname@example.org
COVID Safe excursions
Masks are recommended where social distancing cannot be maintained.
Teachers and school supervisors are responsible for ensuring students follow safe physical distancing measures with other visitors during their time in the park.