Future Vet Kids Camp operates out of The Cosgrove Centre at Waverley College, located at 131 Birrell Street in Waverley, NSW. For a map to our location, please CLICK HERE
Is there a part-time option or does my child have to attend all 5 days?
When registering for one of our programs it must be for the full 5 days. Whether you choose to have your child attend each and every day is entirely up to you. However, it would be at your discretion and no reduction in camp fees would apply as staffing and excursions are based on total number of participants registered.
When can I drop my child off & when do I collect them at the end of the day?
Drop-off is between 8:30 am and 9:00 am and pick-up is between 3:30 pm and 4:00 pm daily. Please be prompt and respectful of these time parameters as staff are unavailable to supervise prior to 8:30 am or beyond 4:00 pm. To report a late arrival, absence or pick-up delay please contact Camp HQ by calling (02) 8036 3186
In an attempt to assist parents with commute times, please speak with one of our Instructors if you would like to make special arrangements with respect to drop-off and/or pick-up from some of our off-site venues.
What forms of payment do you accept?
For your convenience payment for our camp sessions can be made in one of the following two ways:
1. To pay via PayPal using your credit card just visit our website www.futurevetkidscamp.com and follow the links at the end of the online registration process.
2. To pay via Electronic Funds Transfer simply use the following banking information to have your bank transfer funds directly from your account to ours;
Our Bank: National Australia Bank
Our Branch: 101-103 Pitt St. Sydney, NSW 2000
Our Account Name: Future Vet Kids Camp Pty. Ltd.
Our BSB #: 082-067
Our Account #: 12-098-0250
*Please note that registration is not confirmed until payment has been received and cleared by us here at Future Vet Kids Camp.
What if my child is too young for the program they wish to participate in?
We offer a variety of programming for children age 9-16. Great care has been taken to ensure that programs suit interest and maturity levels. For these reasons it is our policy that children be within 4 weeks of the age cut-off at the start of camp in order for us to accept them into a given program.
What does my child need to bring with them to camp?
Your child needs to bring their own nut-free lunch, snack and personal drinking water. Best to send this with them in a backpack or satchel that can be carried on their backs or over the shoulder so that hands are kept free for touching, petting or feeding when on interactive excursions.
What should my child wear to camp?
Please send your child appropriately dressed for the weather, including sunscreen and a hat. In the event of rain, a waterproof coat and/or hat is preferable to an umbrella.
On the first day of camp, each child will receive a Future Vet Kids Camp T-shirt. It is important that the children wear their camp T’s every day. Not only do our signature blue shirts make children easily identifiable when visiting off-site venues they also contribute to a feeling of belonging and camp spirit.
We will do our best to encourage the kids to stay clean so parents don’t have to launder the T-shirts on a daily basis but we also don’t mind if they show up looking a tad messy. If you wish, additional T-shirts may be purchased at a cost of $15.
As we will be visiting a variety of settings, please ensure your child wears closed-toe footwear daily.
How many children are in each program & what is your child to staff ratio?
We can accept up to a maximum of 30 children in each of our programs and the child to staff ratio is 10:1
NEWS & IMPORTANT DATES:
Thanks everyone for making our January 2018 camps such a huge success!
Registration for our January 2019 camp programs will open end of July.