The Biggest Deal For Kids In The Hunter Valley This April: Kids Go FREE All Month

  • Fri Apr 01 - Sat Apr 30 2022
  • Family
  • Kids are FREE in April 2022

Hunter Valley Wildlife Park is excited to bring KIDS GO FREE APRIL to allow more kids to experience the amazing, unique and fascinating wildlife that calls Hunter Valley Wildlife Park home.

EASTER Fun!

Get involved in the daily Easter egg hunt at the park from 9-10am. There's a photo content competition and prizes to be won.

Kids Go FREE

Simply purchase an full-priced adult, concession or senior ticket online or at the park, and you’ll get up to 4 children into Hunter Valley Wildlife Park for FREE! Book direct at www.huntervalleywildlifepark.com.au to get the Kids Go Free deal.

Also the Kids go free offer is available at all 3 parks in the Australian Wildlife Parks group. Kids go free not only at Featherdale Sydney Wildlife Park, but also at Mogo Wildlife park near Batemans bay and Hunter Valley Wildlife Park. So take full advantage of this offer if you are exploring the NSW coastline and regions this Autumn school holidays.

Hunter Valley Wildlife Park
Kangaroo pats are always fun!

Hunter Valley Wildlife Park is a wildlife experience not to be missed– chat with lemurs, wonder at our lions, gaze at the gators and enjoy sharing time in the beautiful Hunter Valley with rare and endangered animals and amazing native wildlife and native birds – many you’ve never seen before! Keeper talks are back too – ask our team when you visit. Lion keeper talks are on every weekend.

At Hunter Valley Wildlife Park, you can leisurely stroll along flat pathways, transporting you on your very-own wildlife adventure in the heart of the Hunter Valley. There’s nowhere else in NSW where you can get face-to-face with lions, giraffes, maned wolves, gators, ostriches, capybaras, lemurs, and so much more in one home. Make your next Hunter visit one for the whole family!

Hunter Valley Wildlife Park
The giraffe's are a must see at Hunter Valley Wildlife Park.

Close Encounters

- Families can feed the Ostriches, Camels and farmyard animals with animal food. It's only $6pp for two animal food cones.
- Check out the Binturong encounter – Boogle smells like popcorn! Have you seen a Binturong?
- The most popular encounters include Meerkats, squirrel monkeys and Marmosets.
- NEW in April you can now feed Giraffes on a private family encounter. This experience is for a maximum of 6 people per booking. This weekend at 9.30am. Minimum age restrictions apply - 14yr+. 
- Make sure you visit the Dingo's and Cheetahs.
- The little ones will enjoy the interactive farmyard family area.
- Enjoy a spot of brunch at the outdoor café next to the camels and gators or enjoy our picnic bench areas next to the squirrel monkeys too and peacocks too!
- It's a great idea to book encounters early to avoid disappointment in the school holidays.

Hunter Valley Wildlife Park
Feed the animals and Wildlife at Hunter Valley Wildlife Park.

Hunter Valley Wildlife Park has been committed to the care of rare and endangered wildlife for over 15 years, and we look forward to school holidays and the opportunity to inspire and engage you, your children and grandchildren to share our passion for wildlife. Save more – Discover NSW, Dine NSW and Parent NSW vouchers are accepted and you’re welcome to use them to save more on admission tickets, annual passes, encounters and purchases at the café and our Wildlife Park Gift Shop.

Where:     Hunter Valley Wildlife Park, Lomas Lane, Nulkaba 
When:      1-30 April 2022. Open daily 9am-4pm
Cost:        Adults $38

For more information or to book tickets, head to the Hunter Valley Wildlife Park website.

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