‘Camelot’. Two pint-sized riders sit aboard ‘Life sized’- ish Camel puppets. These Camels can be cheeky, even if they don’t spit. They’ll nibble flowers, nudge the unwary and be lead along just like a real horse. Kids love to lead them, adults love to photograph them; everyone loves to play with them. The realism of the camels comes from their cute faces with huge eyes that blink, mouths that chew, tails that wag and 4 independent articulated walking legs. The cleverness of this act contributes to the total confusion of the public and the believability of the act. A wonderful testimony to the skill of one of Australia’s most creative puppet builders. The result is sheer delight and of course, plenty of posing for the cameras. Roving riders can be adapted for any themed event. Current choices include: Jockeys Formal Dress with Top Hat and Tails (or Dressage with Numbers on the backs) Aussie Bushies Middle Eastern/Moroccan Christmas Elves on Reindeer (just add antlers) All themes are possible, so ask if you don’t see yours listed. Perfect for Meet N Greet Roving Icebreakers Where they have performed. Numerous Harness Racing Club meets. Melbourne International Flower and Garden Show. Floriade in Canberra. Melbourne 2006 Commonwealth Games. Moomba Waterfest. Healesville Sanctuary. Melbourne Zoo. Various other festivals and special events. Christmas functions including; RVIB Carols by Candlelight, Christmas Tree lighting celebrations, Christmas in various shopping centre strips.
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