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Let us throw you a unique celebration that you and your guests will remember for years to come!
It will be tonnes of fun and you’ll learn some great circus skills too. Run by professional and energetic circus trainers, our parties can cater directly to the interests and abilities of you and your guests.
Your party will include a fun circus workshop and then time to eat and socialise in our traditional big top circus tent.
We are currently offering parties at 2:30 PM on Saturdays and 9:30 AM on Sundays. Click the BOOK HERE button for a list of potential party slots.
2:30 PM your guests arrive
2:45 PM Circus workshop begins
4:15-4:45 PM After-party
9:30 AM your guests arrive
9:45 AM Circus workshop begins
11:15-11.45 AM After-party
What does the party include?
A 1.5-hour circus workshop in a traditional Big Top with professional circus trainers
Use of the Freo Big Top for birthday cake and snacks post workshop
Tables and chairs
Rachel is your birthday party guide and will help you organise a memorable party. Contact her by email with any queries, or phone the office on 0435 374 492
NB: times can change during school holidays.
Call the office for any support or with any queries.Book Here
$320 for up to 8 people
$455 for up to 16 people
$595 for up to 24 people
If you would like 2 or 3 additional participants then an additional cost of $80. More than three then you’ll need to book the next sized party.
Got a bigger crowd? Not a problem. Email Rachel with your details and she’ll get a quote back to you.
Parents and little siblings (not joining in on the workshop) are not counted in these numbers.
Step 1: Make a booking – no payment needed
Step 2: We will confirm availability – sometimes the dates become unavailable
Step 3: Make a payment – once paid then gather up the kids and skip into the Big Top
CircusWA acknowledges the Whadjuk Noongar People are the spiritual and cultural birdiyangara (custodians) of the land upon which we train, create and perform.
Fremantle is Walyalup, sited on the banks of the Derbal Yerrigan.
We recognise the Whadjuk Noongar people’s continuing connection to land, waters and culture and pay our respect to their Elders past, present and emerging.