Yabadoo Clowns for hire are a great choice for the younger children. Masters of slapstick comedy and tomfoolery, they’re sure to send the kids into fits of giggles with their silly antics and funny (not scary!) faces.
If you want to hire a clown for a kids birthday party or special event then we’ve got the most popular clowns for hire in Sydney.
Our kids party clowns are super silly and will make your event a hit with a magic show, balloon modelling, games (like pass the parcel), face painting, a treasure hunt and much more. During the magic show, your birthday child will receive a uniquely twisted balloon to make them feel extra special. Our Sydney based kids clowns are funky, colorfully costumed birthday party entertainers with backgrounds in circus or drama.
You name an event, it’s more than likely our clowns for hire in Sydney have performed there. Birthday parties, hospitals, christenings, corporate events, family fund days, product launches, preschools, promotional events plus a spectacular of other occasions.
Sydney Clown Hire Testimonials
We service the entire metropolitan area and provides entertainment for all types of events.
Book a 1.5 hr or 2 hr birthday party & receive a magic show!
My son is still talking about the Yabadoo clown we booked for his third birthday at Taronga Zoo; he and his friends were absolutely captivated the entire time. Definitely worth every penny, as my husband and I were able to relax and just focus on the behind the scenes of the party while the kids laughed along with Clown Fandango’s hilarious balloon animals. Thank you so much to the Yabadoo team whose service was impeccable from start to finish, we will definitely be using you next year. - Simone W. Randwick 2031 Sydney
My son's friends are still talking about Frodo the Clown days after the party in Civic Park. They still laugh when they remember how he made funny sounds when he blows his nose. It sounded like a car horn. They also loved the magic wand that kept on breaking when Frodo was not looking. Thank you so much Yabadoo for the fun party. I will not hesitate to recommend your clown hire to our Sydney friends. – Suzanne D., Chippendale 2008 Sydney
We were absolutely delighted with Danno the Clown. Danno turned up exactly on time and was absolutely fantastic! The kids all loved him and laughed their heads off. So did the adults! Everybody enjoyed his performance and the kids were completely engaged the whole time. It made my life a lot easier as I didn't have to worry about a thing. The kids were fully entertained and went home very happy! Danno the clown was also very pleasant to deal with. Well done Yabadoo team! We were most impressed! We will certainly be contacting you again for our next kid’s party and will be recommending you to our friends!
Thanks again for making our sons third birthday party a huge success! - Heidi B
Need some clown game ideas for your party before your entertainer arrives?:
Run, Clown, Run
Split the children into two teams. Set a finish line about 4-6 meters away from the starting line. At the finish line, pile up a clown outfit for each team. It can be as simple as an oversized shirt, a huge pair of shorts, enormous shoes, suspenders, and a clown nose. If you want to make it more interesting, you can also put in a clown wig, big glasses, a large bow tie, and a funny hat.
Once the adult gives the go signal, the first player from each team runs to the finish line, wears the clown outfit, runs back to the starting line, takes off the outfit, and tags the player. The next player then runs to the finish line and back, and does the same thing. The team who finishes first wins.
Do you need clown party decorations that are easy to make?
Turn Your Balloons into Ice Cream Treats
Give your balloons some sugar and add sweetness to your party!
- Light yellow or beige cardstock
- Inflated balloons on a stick
Cut your cardstock in half and make an almost semi-circle shape. Form a cone by twisting the cardstock with the semi-circle part on top. Leave a small hole at the bottom. Check if the circumference of the cone’s opening is enough to hold the size of the balloon. Secure the top by stapling it together, then glue the edges to keep the cone form in tact.
Put glue on the inner part of the cone’s opening. Take your inflated balloon; insert the balloon stick into the cone’s opening and through the small bottom hole. The balloon should stick to the inner part of the cone where you had put glue on.
Small balloons can be used as a centerpiece. Big balloons can be put up on the walls as decoration. You can even give these out as party favors after the celebration.
You can also visit Party Savers at Suite 2, 18 Smith Street, Chatswood, NSW 2067. They have party supplies you wouldn’t want to miss!
We service all suburbs of Sydney in particular the Eastern Suburbs including Bondi, Bronte, Tamarama, Queens Park, Clovelly, Coogee, Randwick and Kensington