Hunter Valley Wildlife Park Entry Tickets

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Highlights & inclusions

Hunter Valley Wildlife Park Entry for a self-guided tour
Free presentations throughout the day
Feed a kangaroo, wallaby or ostrich
See a wide array of Australian & Exotic animals
Great day out for the whole family
Located approximately 10 minutes from Cessnock
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$42.00AUD

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What you can expect

The Hunter Valley Wildlife Park can be found in the heart of New South Wales’ wine country, approximately two hours drive from Sydney. The animal park is the perfect place for wildlife lovers and families with hundreds of native Australian animals and magnificent creatures from South America and Africa.

Designed for education and conservation purposes, the Hunter Valley Wildlife Park showcases Aussie favourites such as Koalas, Kangaroos, Wallabies, Wombats and Tasmanian Devils alongside Lions, Alligators, Lizard, Reptiles, Birds and even Monkeys, Macaws and Capybaras. Get up close and personal handfeeding kangaroos and farmyard animals or drop in on one of the animal keeper talks as you stroll around the wildlife park.

Set amongst 10 acres of lush bushland, the Hunter Valley Wildlife Park is a natural haven for wildlife and there are even picnic areas and BBQ facilities available for use during your visit. Get your tickets online here today!

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What you need to know

Note
  • The ticket holder is entitled to one day entry into Hunter Valley Wildlife Park valid for 12 months from date of purchase
  • Guests feeling unwell are not permitted to enter the park
  • Guests will also be required to implement and maintain hygienic practices whilst in the park. This includes regular hand washing and/or hand sanitizer use especially after touching animals or food
  • Guests will be be screened upon entering the park to help reduce the risk of COVID -19 susceptible visitors entering Hunter Valley Wildlife Park
  • Where possible please use contactless payments whilst in the park. If this isn’t possible cash payments will be accepted
Inclusions
  • Hunter Valley Wildlife Park one day entry
  • Wildlife presentations
Exclusions
  • Private Animal Encounter
  • Animal feed
  • Food and beverages
Highlights
  • Australia's unique wildlife in a natural bush setting
  • Hand feed a kangaroo or wallaby (animal food purchase separately)
  • Come get up close and personal to your favourite little friends with one of our amazing animal encounters (extra cost)
  • Learn about wombats, cassowaries, crocodiles as you meander around one of Australia's largest private collections of Australian native animals and bird life
  • Perfect photo taking opportunities
Operating Hours
  • Hunter Valley Wildlife Park is open daily from 9am to 4pm (closed Christmas Day, 25th December)
Location
  • Hunter Valley Wildlife Park is located at 138 Lomas Lane, Nulkaba, NSW
Additional Information
  • For the health of the animals, staff and other guests, smoking is not permitted within the park grounds.
Booking Information
  • Confirmation in the form of a tour voucher will be received at time of booking
  • Mobile Vouchers are accepted! - Vouchers can also be presented on your mobile device for this attraction
  • For your information, complete Tour Operator Information including contact details is included on your tour voucher

Recent reviews

4.73 reviews
4

Great zoo. The zoo is flat and easy to walk around. Interactive with the animals which the kids loved.

The park didn't think the 3 kids went free and tried to charge me for another adult fare. I had to explain multiple times and show them the ticket clearly stated 2 adults entry and 3 kids. Very frustrating. The parking was very annoying with only a handful of actual spots you needed to park on the main road which wasn't the safest walking with kids as there was no foot path. The zoo itself was great and the kids loved it.

Brendan Taylor about 1 year ago
5

You can feed camels, kangaroos, goats and chicken. A good zoo.

I thought the price ticket is expensive but it’s worth it to go. My family including teenagers and elderly people had a really good time and fun. It’s a small zoo but a lot of animals to see and interact. If you visit Hunter valley, it’s highly recommended to go.

Charlton Song over 1 year ago
5

Great experience! And the staff were all very friendly.

We went not long before closing time which also happens to be feeding time for a lot of the animals so they were all very active - was great to see! For a small fee of $6 you also get 2 things filled with food to feed to the animals. There’s also enclosures that you get to actually go into and interact and pat the animals.

Ashlee Thompson about 2 years ago