Port Keats, Palumpa, Daly River
Join the Circus Tour 2001
This year Kidz Fun Biz Toured parts of regional Northern Territory affectionately know by the fairies as the 'Back of Buggery Tour'.
Trading tonnes of Fairy dust for the addition of our much needed 4 wheel drive circus-mobile to get us there. Most of the Top end of Northern Australia is only accessible in a 4 wheel drive. So the tours could not have commenced without Miss Deb shackling herself to her bank manager, creating an endearing friendship that should continue for several years.
Our goal of education through entertainment has proven very successful at the schools we have already visited, we continue to develop fun and exciting programs that challenge the spirit and encourage self-confidence, development and self-discipline.
See KFB community tours for all the details
BW (Boy wonder) Official Fairy Rangler With the demand for the high impact entertainment we provide increasing we decided to take on Paul The Fairy Roadie (Mark 2) who efficiently turned into a fantastic Fairy Wrangler. His duties include; stage set and tight wire construction, additional help in class time with unicycles and getting kids involved. In his spare time BW is devoting himself to a new art see picture....
Social reform Well stranger things have happened; The Fairy was invited in by Professor Daveys to The Northern Territory's University to give a lecture on Social reform. Once Fairy clarified what social reform was, she instructed students to put aside their textbooks, to put a clown nose of humour on and some magic in pockets. Then to go sit beside the person you think needs reform. Get to know them and then decide who or what needs to reform.
"Students from the lecture were quoted as saying it was one of the best and most inspiring lecture they had ever been to."
Ride over a Fairy I mean ride over a Ferry. Debbie’s Circus class students rode their unicycles and juggled all the way to Mandorah to raise money for the Cancer Council of the NT. They raised over $450. The students rode to Mandorah on the Sea cat Ferry (who sponsored their tickets) and had a lovely afternoon at the Mandorah Beach Hotel swimming and practicing their circus skills. Steve at the Hotel awarded the student who raised the most money a night’s accommodation at the hotel for their family. Steve also got involved on the day to make our visit to Mandorah a lovely experience. The students finished the day by putting on a circus performance for locals and tourists alike who were only too happy to contribute to their fundraising efforts.
Relay For Life Students from Debbie's Circus Class participated in Darwin’s first Cancer Councils Relay for Life in October this year. The event involved walking around the Marrara Athletics Oval for 24hrs non-stop to raise money for people with cancer. The Kidz Fun Biz Team was the only team made up completely of children and were honoured to begin the event by riding the first lap on their unicycles and juggling.
New Costumes At the beginning of each year the Fairies busy themselves with the task of making more beautiful costumes, and that sometimes means...
New Characters Merlina the magical chook and her friend B.B. Bamboozled the bbb..bunny, told the beautiful stories about Easter, at Casuarina shopping square. Giving out thousands and thousands of eggs they told the story of Easter, through music, magic, and song. A story of differences, hardships, joy and laughter.
Dotty got loose During The Darwin show, Dotty got loose stirring up the dogs and ducks at a nearby Australian heritage exhibit. Mary and John were thrown into chaos for several moments with barks, quacks and feathers flying everywhere (because their dog was called Dottie too). Miss Deb, humbly apologised for Dottie’s mischievous behaviour.
Bye-Bye Miss Kim Miss Kim left us after the Darwin Show, to go live in the thermal underwear capital, Melbourne. She has now started entertaining in Melbourne, so you can now get a taste of Kidz fun Biz fun, with our southern operator, "The not so amazing Miss Kim"