Our education programmes enhance
Learning Journeys through multi-sensory experiences. We offer a variety of
programmes to suit different learning levels, objectives and budgets. 

Night Safari Glides to School

Quirky Ranger Ooz brings Night Safari to your school through a lively, dramatized programme. Book an assembly or classroom talk now. This programme is based on the storybook of the same name available here!

Please indicate your preferred language during registration, under 'Comments'. If none is indicated, English is assumed. This programme is conducted in your school.

Before you visit

Check admission rates

Plan your activities

Find out what to bring

Register your visit

Volunteer at the Night Safari

By joining us as a volunteer, you’ll play an important role in educating and engaging our park visitors on wildlife conservation.

For the full list of volunteer programmes available, visit our Get Involved page for more information. 

Docents are stationed at various locations in our parks to interact with guests so that the latter can enjoy meaningful and memorable wildlife experiences. Through sharing of interesting animal facts, stories and anecdotes, docents help to engage and inspire our guests to care for wildlife. 


  1. 21 years old and above
  2. Deep interest in nature and wildlife
  3. Keen interest in engaging guests on wildlife conservation


  1. Twice yearly, April and September
  2. Interview and selection process
  3. Registration fee: $150


  1. 8-week training programme, usually on weekends
  2. The training is divided into two phases: 
    • Common phase - induction for trainee docents to understand the WRS vision, mission, core values, strategic thrusts and the unique offerings of its four parks.
    • Station-based training - at the end of the common phase training, trainee docents select the station of their choice and if successful, proceeds to understudy the existing docents at the selected station


Monthly volunteer duty for at least a year after the training

Conservation ambassadors are youth volunteers who take on the role as guides at our parks. They promote conservation awareness while providing meaningful and memorable wildlife experiences for guests.


  • Be between 15 - 21 years old  
  • Deep interest in nature and wildlife   
  • Keen interest in engaging guests on wildlife conservation


  • 2 times a year for each park    
  • Registration fee: $25 


  • 2 full-day training, usually on consecutive Saturdays or Sundays
  • Evaluation on the second day of training


  • Monthly volunteer duty for at least 6 months after the training and evaluation