Australian Reptile Park

Ranger Mick chalks up 60,000 shows

Australian Reptile Park resident icon, Ranger Mick, has hit an incredible milestone, officially marking his 60,000th show performed at the Park. With two reptile shows, feeding Elvis the crocodile, koala…



Zooperheroes at Australian Reptile Park

Over the two-week Easter holiday break, The Australian Reptile Park will run its Superhero school holiday promotion, Zooperheroes. The promotion aims to educate guests on the “superpowers” the animals at…


Re-settling alligators a tricky task

The Australian Reptile Park said hello to 10 huge, adult male alligators, when they arrived from Australia Zoo on March 30. It was all hands on deck as keepers took…


Funnel webs are out and about

The recent warm weather, coupled with consistent rain in NSW, has seen a surge in funnel-web spiders in and around residential areas. The Australian Reptile Park is urging residents to…


Register now for Dine & Discover vouchers

Minister for Customer Service, Victor Dominello, was at the Australian Reptile Park on February 4 to encourage eligible Central Coast businesses to register for the NSW Government’s Dine & Discover…


Tim Tam takes those first hops

One of the Australian Reptile Park’s kangaroo joeys got into the Aussie spirit by taking her first hops just days before Australia Day. With the first hops being so close…


Day of Hope

It was a bittersweet day for staff at the Australian Reptile Park when Hope the wombat left the park to live in the wild at Cedar Creek Wombat Rescue on…



Releasing the Kraken

There’s no doubt about it – Kraken the Komodo dragon is one big boy. The Australian Reptile Park’s largest lizard had his annual measuring and weigh-in on November 24, tipping…


Happy Halloween

Snakes, koalas, tortoises, marsupials, and Tasmanian devils were the scariest Halloween creatures at the Australian Reptile Park on October 31 as they featured in an adorably cute, yet spooky, promotion…



Reptile Park welcomes Clover the Quokka

The Australian Reptile Park has welcomed its newest smiley resident, Clover the Quokka. Clover was transported from Caversham Wildlife Park in Perth to be part of the Park’s nation-wide captive…




Weekly News 5@5

Central Coast Weekly Video News from across the region: Dredging at The Entrance commences. PM visits the Coast. Airport report released. Green shoots in home care. Rental market under stress….


From combat to wombat: Scomo visits the Coast

Against a backdrop of a controversial commitment to increased gas-fired power, growing angst over Chinese data mining and a combative week with State governments over border restrictions, Prime Minister Scott…



Koalas, breeding like rabbits

Bringing a glimmer of hope, nine adorable koala joeys have been born at the Australian Reptile Park following the terrible bushfire season which devastated much of the state, including areas…


Setting aside our differences

A video highlighting a very special friendship at the Australian Reptile Park has gone viral on Faceboook. Elsa the koala and Hope the wombat have become “iso buddies”, with keepers…