Our Staff

Dr Audrey and Alison Shen - Bondi Vet

Drs Audrey and Alison Shen

Drs Audrey and Alison Shen have been working as Veterinarians for the last 18 years. These twin sisters are part of the popular 'Bondi Vet' TV Show and have also featured on the Channel 7 Kids Show- 'Get Clever'.

The twin sisters opened their own purpose built veterinary hospital in 2007 in Sydney's Inner West and then launched their mobile vet business, Aussie Mobile Vet, 9 years later. The unique mobile vet service continues to operate throughout Sydney.

Audrey manages the Aussie Mobile Vet fleet across Sydney and Alison, as a qualified Animal Acupuncturist, runs her own 'The Acupuncture Vet' clinic in Brisbane. Both vets also help run a wildlife hospital near Canberra.

As mums to four children between them and numerous fur babies, Audrey and Alison share a love for all animals and kids. Future Vet Kids Camp brings together both these passions and they can't wait to pass on their knowledge to the next generation of vets and animal lovers!



Frank Taylor Instructor

Frank Taylor

As well as being one of our full time instructors, Frank manages the admin, bookings, programming and excursions for all our camps! He keeps our timetable running smoothly and also helps liase and manage our Online Campers during the year. Frank has helped launch our camp to new locations across Australia and is the friendly voice on our phones and emails!

Frank is the founder of Sydney Trapeze School, a popular fitness circus school that runs kids and adult classes. After selling his trapeze school in 2018 and training to be a firefighter, he now works as Aviation Rescue Fire Fighter when he isnt teaching camp!

We are lucky to have a trapeze artist/firefighter on the team that can also bring along his teaching experiences and qualities to Future Vet Kids Camp!

Frank has been an animal lover his whole life. Growing up on a farm in NZ, he has owned many types of pets and understands the importance of caring for all animals. Frank's most unique pet was a baby deer called 'Bambi'! Don't forget to ask him all about it!