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Future Vet Kids Camp April 2022 - Open for Registrations

Future Vet Kids Camp makes animal adventures to remember these school holidays

Hey kids! What do you think happens when a comedian animal trainer, a Thai rescue dog and a goliath stick insect walk into Australia’s most paw-pular school holiday camp for animal lovers? There’s only one way to find out!

Following a sell-out January 2022 camp in Sydney, Future Vet Kids Camp’s April 2022 school holiday program is now open for registrations!

The veterinary-inspired program is designed and run by twin veterinarians Drs Audrey and Alison Shen from Bondi Vet TV show and Aussie Mobile Vet. It caters to kids aged 9 to 16 years and encourages responsible pet ownership, the profession of veterinary medicine and surgery and a love and appreciation of all animals and their habitats!

The April 2022 camp will be held at Waverley College in Waverley, NSW from Tuesday, April 19 to Saturday, April 23. A Virtual Online VET Camp will run from Saturday, April 9 to Saturday, April 23 with the ability for kids to join the classroom virtually (during the face-to-face camp dates) and participate with questions in real time.

Campers will learn about the world of veterinary science and the different professions working with animals.

Included in the program is pet CPR, ultrasound, baking pet treats, exotic pets, genetic diseases, veterinary acupuncture, analysing blood laboratory results, suture workshops, animal rescue, wildlife conservation and much more.

They’ll also meet rescue dogs, handle rescue kittens and reptiles, and visit state-of-the-art veterinary hospitals for a behind-the-scenes experience!

“The presenters and excursions organised are outstanding, including vet hospital visits, zoo visits and surgery specialist talks to dog training demonstrations, animal behaviour and more” Dr Alison said.

“The older kids learn how to work through real life cases, interpret blood work and imaging and even draw blood from model pet arms and observe real life surgery!”

Whether or not the kids end up following the path to a career in veterinary medicine, simply being around lots of different animals and animal lovers will have such a positive impact on them.” said Dr Audrey.

The April camp is anticipated to fill up fast, so register now!

PetSure Scholarship open now!

Future Vet Kids Camp is proud to announce the 2022 PetSure Scholarship for a total of 12 deserving participants – 10 to attend the face-to-face camp and 2 to attend the Virtual Online program. Deadline is 4 April 2022.

PetSure is Australia's leading pet insurance administrator (

For more information about the scholarship, selection criteria and how to apply, please visit the Future Vet Kids Camp website.

April 2022 Camp registration details:

Future Vet Kids Camp will run during Term 2 NSW School Holidays Dates: Tuesday, April 19 – Saturday, April 23, 2022

Location: Waverley College, Waverley NSW Daily hours: 9am – 3:30pm
Cost: $595

Virtual Online dates: Sat, April 9 – Sat, April 23, 2022 
Cost: $240

For more information and to register online, visit

For the complete schedules, please visit Face to Face Camp and Virtual Online

About Future Vet Kids Camp

Future Vet Kids Camp offers a safe, comfortable environment that explores and nurtures the human animal bond all under the supervision of highly qualified, enthusiastic instructors and specialised animal handlers. The goals are to promote responsible pet ownership, the profession of veterinary medicine and to encourage the children to love and appreciate animals of all kinds.

The camp has more than 55 partners that offer years of specialised animal experience and professionalism that contributes greatly to the programming. Future Vet Kids Camp currently runs in Sydney, Brisbane and Melbourne, and via Virtual Online VET Camp. Programming is split into three separate age groups running simultaneously each week: Wombats (ages 9-11), Kookaburras (ages 12-14) and the Junior Vet program (ages 14-16).

To discover more, visit

MEDIA RELEASE, 22nd March 2022


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