We’re open all Easter long weekend!
At Easter we often celebrate with chocolate eggs, but what does an egg symbolise for wildlife?
Nesting sites are used by different animals to lay and protect their eggs. Sea turtles nest on beaches, Echidnas lay their eggs in hollow logs and birds nest in tree hollows. Over 300 native Australian species rely on tree hollows to lay their eggs, raise their young and seek protection from predators.
Hop in and find the three giant Easter eggs along the Zu-loop bus route and collect a Melba’s Chocolate Bilby from The Safari Shop! (while stocks last)
Colouring in competition
We’ve teamed up with Melba’s Chocolates to offer two little artists (ages 12 and under) the chance to WIN the ultimate Easter prize stocked with Melba’s and Zoos SA goodies!
Head to Melba’s Chocolates website to download the gorgeous bilby picture created by keeper Eli, complete the entry and return to Melba’s to enter the draw.
Entries close Monday 10 April 2023!
Download and enter to win