Mogo Wildlife Park
- Mums & Bubs
Have you ever felt the breath of a lion? Been stared down by a Tiger? Or felt the skin of a Rhino? All this is possible with an intimate Up Close & Personal Experience at Mogo Wildlife Park.
A close up & personal encounter is an unforgettable experience. You can chose from feeding a Tiger, Lion or Red Panda. Alternatively you could meet a Rhino or Emperor Tamarin. You may prefer to play with their Meerkats, sit with the Squirrel Monkeys or enjoy a Primate Island Cruise. It's a difficult decision, and the memories will last a lifetime!
For only $15 per person, this is suitable for all the family and an amazing experience. No need to book, you can buy your ticket at reception on arrival. The experience runs weekdays 11.15am to 11:45am. Weekends, public & school holidays
11:15am to 11:45am & 1.30 to 2.00pm.
For those still spending more time than usual at home, you can send your questions about all-things-animals and Zookeeper Chad will answer his favourite questions daily! Find out more here and check out some animal activities you can do at home.
MOGO Wildlife Park Camping Adventures
Embrace the great outdoors and spend a night under the stars at MOGO Wildlife Park. The experience is all-inclusive with tents, beds and meals included, as well as a group animal encounter on arrival. You'll be able to enjoy a campfire in the evening, breakfast with the Sumatran tigers and a giraffe encounter.
Book your MOGO Wildlife Park camping adventure today!
What You Need To Know
Admission: See website for latest admission costs
Getting there by car: From the North (Batemans Bay) follow the Princes Highway 10km south from Batemans Bay (approximately 10 minutes) until you reach Mogo and follow the signs turning left into Tomakin Road. From the South (Moruya) follow the Princes Highway 15km north from Moruya (approximately 15 minutes) until you reach Mogo and follow the signs turning right into Tomakin Road.
Facilities: The park includes the Tumbili Terrace Cafe. There are indoor and outdoor seating areas with lovely views of the Silvery Gibbons exhibit and inquisitive Meerkats.
For further information, visit the MOGO Wildlife Park website.
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