GEMMA GIRAFFE AND RANGER

GEMMA GIRAFFE AND RANGER

Prepare to be amazed by Gemma Giraffe who towers above the crowd at 5m height! For an exotic act that stands out in the crowd, everyone loves Gemma Giraffe and her comical Ranger.

Tours nationally, Melbourne, VIC, Australia

With an elegant grace Gemma Giraffe strolls through and above the crowd, drawing the attention of all near and far. Gemma Giraffe loves meeting children and uses her hoof to “shake hands”. Her comical Ranger provides the verbal interface for the act and wows all ages with giraffe facts. Her Ranger often gets children to form a line so this phenomonal, 5m tall giraffe can walk over the top of them!

For multicultural events, environment themes or if you are after a spectacular act that is truly unique, Gemma Giraffe will amaze you!

"I have never seen such a reaction from children and adults!" Sharon Walsh, Altona Beach Festival, March 2013

"The performers were amazing!! We absolutely loved having them and they were a huge hit with the crowd." Heidi Meyerson, Bialik Open Day, June 2012

"We loved having the Dream Bear and Gemma Giraffe at the festival. And clearly so did the public - the look of surprise and wonder on kids' faces was a delight to see and you can quote me!" Ana Vrantsis, Brimbank City Council, March 2012

"Gemma Giraffe and the Giant Chefs were the perfect entertainment for a family food and wine festival organised by our company. They thrilled both children and adults and added a "wow" factor to the day. Professional and entertaining with great audience interaction, we would highly recommend these acts for any event that requires stand out entertainment." Christina Johns, Production Place, March 2012

"Clever, funny, interactive and engaging entertainment for all afes - kids and adults loved them. A delight to work with - approchable, flexible and very professional. We have no hesitation in reccomending them to any venue, council or event organiser." Camille Sunshine, Discovery Day Committee, Murdoch Children's Research Institute, March 2011


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