Spring babies will be centre stage in the daily show line up at The Australian Reptile Park in the Spring school holidays (September 23-October 8), with the Central Coast award-winning wildlife sanctuary experiencing a baby boom.
Guests will be able to see various baby animals bonding with their mums in their exhibits.
Visitors will also be able to admire all of the new arrivals up-close in the new Baby Animal Nursery, which will only be on display during the school holidays.
Babies that visitors will be able to see during the Spring Holidays will include Tasmanian Devils, koalas, kangaroos, sugar gliders, Eastern Quolls, alligators, turtles, birds and possums.
Continuous live shows provide an entertaining yet educational day out at The Australian Reptile Park for children and parents alike, with over 10 live shows every day of the school holidays, including the re-commencement of alligator feeding following their winter hibernation.
Australian Reptile Park favourites, Hugo the Galapagos tortoise, Komodo Dragons and dingoes also go on daily walks where guests can interact with and meet these incredible animals.
During the Baby Animal Show, visitors will be able to meet some of the baby animals, whilst hearing from keepers on how they’re raised at The Australian Reptile Park, and the important conservation work the wildlife sanctuary is taking part in to help save some of Australia’s most iconic species.
Kids itching to be mini zookeepers at The Australian Reptile Park, can join one of the many Kids 2 Keeper programs.
The Australian Reptile Park’s children’s programs provide exclusive behind-the-scenes access and greater insight into being a zoo keeper.
Kids 2 Keeper programs cater for children of all ages with programs in place for children aged 3-18 years.
Additionally, families can go on VIP behind the scenes tour, where they get a backstage pass to the restricted areas of the Park, as well as the opportunity to have their own private venomous snake and spider milking demonstration.
Media release, Aug 21
Amanda Woodbine, The Australian Reptile Park