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Walkabout Park. Australia.




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Yes we are OPEN again!


Our team – animals and rangers – have missed you. We’re so excited that you’ll be back soon. We’re working flat out to make sure we’re ready for you when you get here.
We have made some changes to keep everyone safe. To help us and each other, please…

1: It will be a huge help if you buy your tickets online before you get here to avoid crowding at reception when you arrive.

2: Phone us on (02) 43751100 if you want us to help you with your ticket purchase.

3: Keep MORE THAN 1 emu length apart. We’ve got 80 acres so there’s lots of space for you to spread out.

4: If you have a cold or you’re not well, please postpone your visit. We’ll change your ticket date to when you are feeling better.

5: We will have roving rangers around the «animal loop» to answer your questions and keep things clean and sanitised.

6: If you’re concerned about anything when you are here, please tell us so that we can deal with it.

June 2020: WE’RE BACK open to the public so our animals need your support more than ever!

Click Archie’s photo to help save his home and his friends…

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Walkabout Park was established to protect animals that come into care, breed endangered animals for release back into the wild and to provide an experiential learning space for students. This is a place where visitors can immerse themselves in the animals’ world and understand why and how to save their homes, food and wildlife corridors. Walkabout Park is on Darkinjung and Guringai land in a rich Aboriginal landscape. Ancient knowledge teaches how to care for country. Animals can look after themselves, as long as their habitat is healthy. Sadly, it is the actions of people that pose the most risk to wild habitat.

Walkabout Park is fun!

koala cartoonA fun and fascinating place to visit for all ages and abilities. Few things beat a day (or, even better, overnight) in the Australian bush with friendly animals. A zoo license allows the team to give permanent care to the animals so that they can live out their lives in the sanctuary if they cannot go back into the wild. That is where the similarities with conventional zoos end. Step into the animals’ world and go walkabout with the friendliest wild wildlife in Australia.

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