100% of profits go to charity to support our work.

100% of profits go to charity to support our work.

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The Very Hungry Caterpillar - Koala Activity Toy (birth+)

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The Very Hungry Caterpillar™ Activity Koala includes a variety of textured teethers and a rattle which makes a gentle rattle sound. The generous size is easy for little ones to grasp.

Features instantly-recognisable artwork from the beloved children's book The Very Hungry Caterpillar; delightfully reimagined for the story's youngest fans. Great for sensory play as well as stimulates visual and auditory senses. Contrasting colours, textures and shapes makes it a tactile and engaging toy.

  • Suitable from birth
  • Product dimensions: 20cm L x 6cm W x 18cm H
  • Surface wash only
  • Packaged on a blister card.
  • Features a material clip for take-along play.

100% of the profits from the sale of this item go to the registered charityNeuroblastoma Australia to help fund leading research projects to develop new, effective and kinder treatments for children with neuroblastoma cancer.

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Shipping costs are calculated in line with Australia Post charges. Standard shipping - Items are selected and dispatched within 2-3 business days and should be delivered within 7 to 10 business days by Australia regular post. *Australia Post is working hard to deliver to communities across Australia but is still experiencing delays due to COVID-19. Express shipping - Available for some items at an additional cost. Items are selected and dispatched within 2 business days. Available within the Express Post delivery network.

One of our goals as a charity is to provide practical information regarding treatment and hospital stays to neuroblastoma families through our website. Visit our family support area for more information regarding neuroblastoma including: Newly diagnosed - key statistics, causes, risks, detection, diagnosis and staging On treatment - treatments and side effects Post treatment - late effects and relapse Living with neuroblastoma - hospital tips, life outside hospital and once treatment has finished Related support services Connecting with other neuroblastoma families Sharing your story Please note that all content provided by Neuroblastoma Australia is of a general nature only. Any medical queries should be directed to your oncologist or medical team.

Neuroblastomas are cancers that start in early nerve cells (called neuroblasts) of the sympathetic nervous system. This means that tumours can be found anywhere along this system; most commonly (about 50%) start in the adrenal glands (above the kidney), or near the spine, chest, neck or pelvis.

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