The Australian Reptile Park is going wild in March, with the return of its Wild Weekends.
Events held every Saturday and Sunday during March will provide a rare opportunity to see the park’s animals do something incredible.
Head of Reptiles, Daniel Rumsey, said there was no better time to visit the park.
“It’s the chance for visitors to see some of the stars of the Reptile Park showcase their incredible talents,” he said.
“We’re going to be feeding Elvis the crocodile a massive piece of food so he can demonstrate his impressive death roll.
“And seeing a Komodo dragon or reticulated python feed is a spectacle in itself.”
For those who prefer the cuter animals, it’s a once in a lifetime experience to get up close to a platypus, a tawny frogmouth or an echidna.
There will be more than 10 live shows every day of the wild weekends, including alligator feeding following their winter hibernation.
Also occurring will be popular daily interactive walks with some of the park’s stars, including Hugo the giant tortoise, Kraken the Komodo dragon and Adina the dingo.
Media release, Feb 26
Australian Reptile Park