May Gibbs’ quintessentially Australian classics have fascinated and delighted generations of children and families, introducing them to the wonder and magic of the Australian bush.
This online adaptation captures a short scene from the iconic Tales of Snugglepot and Cuddlepie.
After hearing a story from Professor Kookaburra, the Gumnut Babies are on a mission to have an adventure near their own tree. They will explore some other animal homes and come up with fun games and activities that everyone can do safely to add a bit of adventure to being stuck at home.
Help Snugglepot find the way! Will Cuddlepie hold his nerve? Can you help them have a real adventure in their own backyard?
These beloved characters come to life on zoom in this interactive, funny and enchanting performance that introduces today’s children to the wonderful world of May Gibbs.
In Association with THE EATON GORGE THEATRE COMPANY and Centennial Parklands
ADAPTED FROM the book Tales of Snugglepot and Cuddlepie BY MAY GIBBS
by arrangement with The Northcott Society and Cerebral Palsy Alliance
This 30-minute session will be held live on Zoom. You will need internet access and the Zoom app to participate in this session. Two days prior to the program, we will email you the Zoom link, plus a worksheet and a list of items so you can be ready to do the activities during or immediately after the session if you wish.
This program is part of Greater Sydney Parklands’ School Holiday Program Going Bush Online – check out our live offers for the rest of the spring holidays and our on-demand program, Swamp to Scrub