We expect to reach our COVID-19 capacity during this period and remind all members and visitors to book date-specific tickets online to avoid disappointment. Find out more here

Our keeper presentations are a great opportunity to see our animals enjoy a favourite treat or toy, possibly view a feed or simply learn more about them from the people who care from them.   Our animals are always extra excited when they see their favourite keepers so it’s always the best way to make sure you get a great view of them.  Follow the special school holidays schedule below to ensure you get the most out of your day.

For 1 December to 31 March

PresentationTime
Meerkat9:50 am
Insect/Reptile 10:15am (Sun & Wed)
Tasmanian Devil10:45 am
White Rhino11:35 am
Carnivore12:35 pm
Giraffe 10:20 am* & 1:35 pm
Cheetah2:30 pm
Chimpanzee11:00 am* & 2:30pm
*Weekends, school and public holidays
All activities subject to change/cancellation

For 1 April to 30 November

PresentationTime
Giraffe11.05am*
Chimpanzee11.15am*
Tasmanian Devil11:20 am
White Rhino11:45 am
Insect12:15 pm (Sun&Wed)
Meerkats12:30 pm
Carnivore 12:30 pm
Giraffe2:10 pm
Chimpanzee2:30 pm
Cheetah 3:00 pm
*Weekends, school and public holidays
All activities subject to change/cancellation

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