Junior Conservation Club

Junior Conservation Club

Junior Conservation Club focuses on getting kids out in nature and providing opportunities to learn new skills, meet new friends, and guide youth towards hands-on ways to help our native plants and animals, which we share our world with. We encourage those who are passionate about the environment, and don’t mind getting their hands a little dirty. Come along and get involved in our diverse monthly activities and reconnect with nature. Sessions are for kids only, however some sessions invite families to attend. Please check below for details.

Sessions are held at Cleland Wildlife Park and will run for 2-hours once a month between March and November, with each month focusing on a different topic.

Program Details:

Time: 10.00am – 12.00noon

Age: 8 – 14 years

Capacity: Maximum of 15 children per session

Sessions available:

Junior Conservation club sessions begin in March and end in November and have a different topic per month please click here to find out the exciting fun topics and dates for this year.

Cost: $32.00 (Please note park entry is not included, and is required in addition to the cost)

Spots are limited per session, so be quick to select the dates you wish to book.


We recommend becoming a Cleland Wildlife Park member if you wish to book multiple sessions.

Can’t make a session?

Don’t worry, we’ve got you covered. Each month a different, fun monthly challenge will be available to upload and try at home! These challenges will help you to learn more about the plants and animals and taking action to help our world.

2024 Challenges will be released in March.

Keep an eye on this space.

The Gumnut Gazette

Want to know more about our amazing unusual Australian animals? Tune into the Gumnut Gazette – Cleland’s very own publication for kids!

A hotspot for Cleland kid updates, as well as environmental related fun facts and activities for you to enjoy. The Gazette is released monthy.

Click here to find out more.