Audience
Primary age
Format
Presentations
Home state
Victoria (VIC)

Michael Salmon

Best known for
Alexander Bunyip - Michael Salmon
Pirate Gold - Michael Salmon
The Masked Echidna - Michael Salmon
Bobo, My Superdog - Michael Salmon
The Great Tasmanian Tiger Hunt - Michael Salmon
Cecil the Smallest Dinosaur- In the World - Michael Salmon

Michael Salmon

  • Artist
  • Author
  • Illustrator

Michael has been involved in graphics, children’s literature, TV and theatre since 1967.

Michael’s many credits include his Alexander Bunyip show (ABC TV 1978-88), pantomimes, fabric and varied merchandise designs, toy and board-game invention and the writing and illustrating of 162 books for children.

The ACT Government commissioned a bronze statue of Alexander Bunyip, which was placed outside the new Gungahlin Public Library of Canberra in 2011.

His hourly sessions are lots of fun, with lightning-fast cartoons, caricatures, silly prizes and general encouragement for students to develop their own creativity. They are suitable for all primary grades (mixed age-groups).

Booking a presenter through Creative Net Speakers’ Agency is easy.

Either fill out the below form, call Paul and Terrie on (03) 9416 4062, or email terrie@creativenetspeakers.com directly.

And remember, there’s no booking fee.

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