Who are they? What do they do? What makes them so special? What separates Wilderkids from other school holiday programmes?
First things first, who are the Wilderkids?
Wilderkids are a group of outdoor exploration extraordinaires. They are between the ages of 5 to 12 and love spending their school holidays learning all about the bees, flowers, trees, and of course, the creepy-crawlies that live throughout Matairangi (Mount Victoria).
With an adventure-based agenda, a team of enthusiastic educators from the Sustainability Trust, and a lunchbox full of snacks Wilderkids spend their school holidays becoming masters of Wellington's wild-yet-wonderful town belt.
Wilderkids believe in caring about the environment, connecting with others, and feeding their curiosity.
If you feel like you have a Wilderkid in your house, the only way you will find out is if you unleash their creativity by signing them up!
Where: Based at Innermost Gardens, Mt Victoria.
When: Every school holidays. Drop off the kids at 8.30am and pick up at 3.15pm
8.30am to 3.15pm ($56 per child, per day)
For more information head to Wilderkids School Holiday Programme
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