Baby animals galore at The Australian Reptile Park

Baby Animals are the stars of the show at The Australian Reptile Park these school holidays.

Spring babies will be centre stage in the daily show line up at The Australian Reptile Park during the Spring school Holidays with the Central Coast wildlife sanctuary experiencing a BABY BOOM! Guests will be able to see various baby animals bonding with their mothers in their exhibits while also admiring all the hand raised adorable babies up-close in the popular Baby Animal Nursery!

The cute baby animals that visitors will be able to see during the Spring Holidays will include baby Tasmanian devils, koalas, kangaroos, emus, eastern quolls, alligators, birds and possums.

Continuous live shows provide an entertaining day out at The Australian Reptile Park for children and parents alike, with over 10 live shows every day of the school holidays, including the re-commencement of alligator feeding following their winter hibernation! Also occurring throughout the school holidays will be the popular daily interactive walks with some of the Reptile Park stars, including Komodo dragons, dingoes and Hugo the Galapagos tortoise.

Returning on the 12th October is the popular family friendly zoo slumber event, The Aussie Bush Wildlife Sleep Out. Guests will have the thrill of camping out under the stars amongst wildlife, plus experience an evening of wildlife shows, animal encounters, an Aussie bush tucker BBQ, marshmallow toasting and cooking damper over camp fire. Tickets are available through the website.

Kids itching to be mini zookeepers at The Australian Reptile Park can join one of the many the Kids to Keeper programs. Providing exclusive behind-the-scenes access and greater insight into being a zoo keeper, the Australian Reptile Park’s Kids to Keeper programs cater for children of all ages with packages available for children aged 3-18 years. Full details can be found on the website

The Australian Reptile Park is a hands-on zoo located the natural bush setting of the Central Coast of NSW, only 60 minutes from either Sydney or Newcastle. Enjoy live entertaining shows, themed exhibits and hands-on interaction with many of the wildlife sanctuary’s residents. The Park is open daily from 9am-5pm, with complimentary parking and BBQ facilities. To book online tickets and for more information, head to

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