Dinosaur Dig Party Hire Package – from $175

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Calling all junior paleontologists!
Join us for a dinosaur dig.


Our dinosaur dig party package is designed for up to 12 children or more and includes:

  • pdf invitation
  • dinosaur dig party inspiration booklet
  • welcome sign on easel
  • small entry decor
  • child-height party table
  • 12 child-size stools
  • green disposable table cloth
  • bamboo table runner
  • rustic pot plant table decor
  • dinosaur figurines
  • 2 serving platters
  • 6 metres of fabric bunting
  • cane chest
  • birthday child costume – dinosaur dig satchel with equipment & adventurer hat
  • 12 plastic plates
  • 12 plastic cups
  • 12 napkins


Our dinosaur dig party hire packages start from $175, delivery and setup are available for an extra cost.

Costumes (satchel with equipment & adventurer hat) for guests can be hired at an additional $8.00 per child.

Party of 12 – $175
Parties larger than 15 require an additional table and decor:

Party of 15 – from $220
Party of 20 – from $295
Party of 30 – from $375

For parties larger than 30, please contact us to discuss your options.

*Please note: we currently hold 15 explorer costumes, so larger parties would require a combination of costumes – for example you could combine explorer & fairy costumes.

Games hire package included at no extra cost

Your dinosaur dig party inspiration booklet is filled with great ideas for prehistoric games and activities…we’ve selected a few of our favourites to create this games package…

  • dinosaur hide and seek – dinosaur matching cards are hidden throughout the party room or garden. The children have to find the cards and then find the child with the matching half. Great introductory game.
  • find the missing bone – hide the laminated bones in the garden or bury them in a sand pit, the children can search for them and then use to play ‘pin the bone on the dinosaur’.
  • pin the bone on the dinosaur – a fun game based on ‘pin the tail on the donkey’. Guests each take a turn at being blindfolded and trying to place the bone as close as possible to the dinosaurs missing bone.