We can accommodate a total of 75 students per time slot (3 classes of 25 students each). However, single or double time slot bookings are also welcome. Classes are taught outside in the Wildlife Sanctuary, or the Briars Park and students should be dressed appropriately.
Briars Education Program: $145.00 per class with a maximum of 25 students.
Animal Encounter Program: $400 per class with a maximum of 25 student.
A Briars Education Program and an Animal Encounter Program: $485.00 for both with a maximum of 25 students in each class (please multiple by two time slots so that all students have the same experience).
Two Briars Education Programs and an Animal Encounter Program: $600 for all three with a maximum of 25 students in each class (please multiple by three time slots so that all students have the same experience).
What to bring
Students will need to bring a hat, their lunch, a drink bottle with water and have sunscreen already applied. We request that teachers organise tubs for lunches to be stored on the deck of our Visitor’s Centre.
Bus and coach parking
As the Visitor Centre carpark can become busy, we recommend busses use the first gravel carpark on the left before the bridge. Students and teachers can walk across the bridge to the BBQ area where Rangers will greet them.
There is a 40-minute block allocated for lunch between sessions 2 and 3. Students and Teachers have the opportunity to have lunch on our event lawn. Please note this time block includes travelling from the second session to the event lawn, as well as a toilet break before the next session begins. There is a filtered water tap available on the deck at the Visitor Centre to fill water bottles.
There are two female and male toilets at the Visitor Centre. We recommend students use the toilet before departing school or arrive with enough time to use the toilet at the Visitor Centre before the first session begins. Students will also have the opportunity to use the toilet after each session. However, they won’t have access to amenities while in the Wildlife Sanctuary.