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Robert Irwin's Wild But True Adventure
Go on a wild adventure with Crocodile Hunter junior Robert Irwin!
Explore the wonders of bio-mimicry and learn how wildlife inspired some of our modern day inventions.
Join Robert for an awesome show-and-tell session and find out how military uniforms are created based on the octopus and many more!
SINGAPORE at nex
Date: 2 November, Sunday 1.30pm and 4.30pm
Venue: Level 1 Atrium, nex
23 Serangoon Central
SINGAPORE at Science Centre Singapore
Date: 4 November, Tuesday 10.30 am and 2pm
Venue: Island Adventurer Exhibit, Hall B
JAKARTA at Gandaria City
Date: 8 November, Saturday 1.30pm and 5pm
Venue: Main Atrium Ground Floor, Gandaria City
PHILIPPINES at The Exploreum
Date: 10 November, Monday 1.30pm and 5pm
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It's as wild as Halloween gets at Australia Zoo on Friday 31 October!
Keep the kids entertained with our spook-tacular games including the Super Spider Egg Snatch and Zombie races! There's even FREE 'spooky' face painting for everyone from 9:00am - 11:00am.
Exclusive screening of Surviving Earth with Terri, Bindi and Robert Irwin!* For a $10 donation to the Australia Zoo Wildlife Hospital, 40 lucky guests can attend an exclusive screening at 3:00pm with Terri, Bindi and Robert of Surviving Earth featuring our very own Wildlife Warrior Bindi Irwin at the Australia Zoo Wildlife Hospital Conference Centre! www.survivingearthmovie.com
I just got an email about this year's readathon, which starts on 15 October:
This is just a friendly reminder that Readathon is back again for 2014 and we have loads of awesome prizes for all your fundraising efforts. If you haven’t already signed up you can set up your fundraising page by following the link below and asking people to sponsor you online for your reading. Readathon officially starts on 15 October but you are welcome to start reading today!
In the adventurous life of Bindi Irwin, posing among the rainbow field of tulips at Floriade would seem to be a little pedestrian. But the well-spoken 16-year-old, spending the weekend away from her home at Australia Zoo to give conservation encouragement talks, seemed enamoured by the flower festival.
"When I was invited to come and talk at Floriade I couldn't believe it, because I've always wanted to come – I think everyone in Australia has heard of it, and if they haven't been here they want to come," Bindi said.
While the tulips reign at Commonwealth Park, the wildlife conservationist said her favourite flower was a hibiscus, followed by frangipanis, the latter a reminder of her late father, The Crocodile Hunter star Steve Irwin.
"Dad loved surfing, and a lot of places we went for that had frangipanis there," Bindi said.
Bindi Irwin will present from The Inspiration Hub at Floriade at 11am, 1pm and 3pm on Sunday.
Bob Irwin, sister Bindi and mother Terri head to Floriad Festival
It's been a little over eight years that Steve ‘the Crocodile Hunter’ Irwin was killed by a stingray barb in a freak incident.
And his loved ones have fought to keep the memory of one of the world's most passionate wildlife conservationists alive, as they plan to do at this weekend's Floriad Festival in Canberra.
On Friday, his widow Terri, 50, lookalike son Robert, 10, and Bindi, 16, boarded a flight in Brisbane ahead of the flower carnival where his conservationist daughter will hold workshops espousing her love of animals.