We're saying THANK YOU to our Annual Pass Holders! Our wonderful Annual Pass Holders are invited to join us for exclusive offers (including a jumping castle!) from Monday 22 - Sunday 28 February 2021
The Australian Reptile Park is urging residents to educate themselves on how to safely catch a funnel-web spider and take it to one of the allocated drop off points so to be used in the Park’s lifesaving antivenom program.
In true-blue Aussie fashion, one of The Australian Reptile Park’s kangaroo joey, aptly named TimTam, was caught on camera taking her first ever hops – just in time for Australia Day!
Hope has moved to Cedar Creek Wombat Rescue where she will soon be let out into the wild in a safe, fenced habitat and able to live out her life surrounded by all her wombat friends.
Frankie the kangaroo joey, as part of her rehabilitation and introduction to being around her family again, has been spending time in the koala yards and soon formed an adorable friendship with Anna the koala joey.
Perhaps the world’s most famous reptile, Elvis the crocodile stunned visitors with his almighty strength when keepers gave the 4.5 metre crocodile the leg of a cow for his milestone 55th birthday.
In an effort to stop a cheeky roo joey from ‘sucking’ on her toes, Frankie is wearing breathable, organic socks! She is being hand-raised after her mum developed both mastitis and a pouch infection.
The mighty roar of Tyrannosaurus Rex and the snapping jaws of the Raptor will be on show at the Australian Reptile Park daily throughout the summer school holidays for Jurassic Zoo!
One of the Australian Reptile Park’s famous residents and its largest lizard, Kraken the Komodo dragon, had his annual measuring and weigh-in today. The health check saw a growth from last year with an increase of...
In captivity, it is estimated for Goodfellow's tree kangaroos to live up to 14 years old, so we're delighted to see Kimbe celebrating another birthday and showing no signs of slowing down any time soon!
Happy Halloween! Animals at the Australian Reptile Park – both cute and scary - have appeared in a cheeky video presented by the Central Coast wildlife sanctuary to celebrate the spooky holiday!
The Australian Reptile Park is issuing a warning to the public as recent wet weather conditions followed by hot days this Spring will create perfect conditions for funnel-web spiders to thrive.
Upon arrival, Clover the quokka enthusiastically explored her new home, with keepers continually going checking on her throughout the day to ensure the new quokka family was getting along.
In a cute video released by The Australian Reptile Park, Mammal keepers are seen participating in their daily pre-school feeding session where they sit down with each joey for their lunch together!