Unlike the "Overnight Bush Survival Workshop" (opposite), this is the soft option for people who want comfortable camping.
Pay only 65% of the usual price!
Huge discount on our Wild Sleep Out on "Wild Discount Nights" for April 2013
Instead of paying $225 (adult) and $145 (child aged 2-17),
you pay only $150 per adult and $95 per child.
Wild Discount Nights (subject to availability):
- Friday 19th April
- Saturday 27th April
Our bookings desk is open between 9am and 4pm Monday to Friday.
All other normal terms and conditions apply.
Everyone, please, we need your help to save us from forced closure due to sandmining activity on our border.
You can make a difference. We must persuade the Hon. Brad Hazzard, NSW Minister for Planning, to stop Rocla NZ from putting in a new sand mine which will destroy Australia Walkabout Wildlife Park.
Please click on the photo of the Pademelon (below) to find out more and what you can do.
Visit Monty and Milo the miniature goats and their farmyard family of ducks and chickens and geese in the mini petting zoo.
Only $110 per hour for up to 4 people*
*gate entry not included
Hire your own personal ranger for a very special experience.
You choose if you want to spend your time getting to know your favourite animals, or going bush to learn about bush tucker and bush medicine, or having a personal guided tour of the Aboriginal sites.
Meet the animals free and happy in the bush
Nowhere else can you get up close and personal with so many wild Australian animals.
Get a personal introduction to Australia's iconic species. Meet red and grey kangaroos, wallaroos, emus, wallabies, pademelons, wombats, koalas, pythons, dragons, turtles, possums, lizards, flying foxes, dingoes, quolls, Tazzie devils and lots lots more.
The animals have as much fun as the people do. Some need to be in secure natural camps. Others roam free and safe through this 80 acre fox-proofed bush sanctuary.
Australia's largest carnivorous marsupials!
The best time to see these animals is at feeding times in the afternoon (see "Daily Ranger-led Activities" above for times) or, better still, join a Wild Sleep Out when you can see these nocturnal animals at their most active.
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Billy Bilby supports Australia Walkabout Wildlife Park's aims of Conservation through Education!
Overnight Bush Survival Workshops.
Unlike the "Wild Sleep Out" soft-camping option (opposite), this is an overnight adventure for over 18's who are fit, who'll eat anything, and who don't mind getting dirty. This is not a luxury camping experience. This is a real introduction to "bush survival".
Walkabout Park's Wild Night Out is an opportunity for groups to really experience the Australian bush. The Aussie bush comes alive after dark, and on a clear night the Southern Skies are magnificent with no city lights to spoil the view. This adventure workshop is not for those who need hot water on tap and a plug for the hairdryer. Tents are provided, but you may not do a lot of sleeping as you go walkabout to learn about Australian nature.
Collect your Wild Worksheet from reception, or click on the koala below to print out your own and bring it with you (and don't forget your pen - you're going to need it).
Use this worksheet to help you find the animals at Walkabout Park and learn some fascinating facts about them.
PLUS hand in your Wild Worksheet when you visit Walkabout Park to go into the draw to win free passes so that you can visit the animals again!
9am to 5pm
Every day all year round (except Christmas Day)
No booking required
Changes may be made at short notice because we are a real working wildlife sanctuary where things occasionally don't go according to plan.
10:00 Wild Emu and Kangaroo Feed-time
10:30 Meet Billy Bilby
11:00 Boomerang Throwing
12:00 Pat a Koala
12:30 Pat a Python
1.15 Bush Tucker & Bush Medicine
1:30 Bush-Ochre Face Painting and Bunny Fun in the Farmyard
2:00 Lizards, Turtles and Dragons
2:15 Tazzie Devil Feed-time
2.30 Quoll Feed-time
2:45 Koala Feed-time
3:15 Flying Fox Feed-time
3:30 Wombat Feed-time
4:00 Wild Emu and Kangaroo Feed-time
You can buy your ticket at the door, or purchase online by clicking this button
- $24.00 Adults
- $16.50 Adults with concession card (pension or disability)
- $16.50 Students aged 16 and over with student card (school, uni, TAFE)
- $12.00 Children aged 3 to 15 years
- Free Children aged 2 and under
- $62.00 Family (2 adults + 2 children to age 15)
- $7.00 Extra children with full-paying family pass only
Contact us for group quotes!
Clowns juggle balls. Our rangers juggle bugs.
*for 11 children and 2 adults
You've done MacDonalds. You've done home parties and cleaned up the mess afterwards. You've even done the zoo. Now it's time for something completely different!
Babies aged 1 and under are not charged for.
We do adult parties too - contact us for details.
$110 per person*
*Minimum age 14 years
Come and join us on an unforgettable journey behind the scenes in a real working wildlife sanctuary.
Be a Ranger for a Day, working alongside our rangers as you aid in the conservation and care of Australia's native animals and bushland.
Experience the real world of a ranger in a free-range animal sanctuary.
Learn just a bit about what it takes to monitor and manage the animals' physical and psychological wellbeing, from habitat management to enrichment programs.
Assist with tours and demonstrations as the Walkabout Park team fulfills its philosophy of 'Conservation through Education'.
Darkinjung and Guringai nations both lived in this area.
Please respect the land and the sites you will find at Walkabout Park.
Learn about ancient Aboriginal sites, art, signs, the bush, bush tucker and bush medicine and lots more from the teachings of indigenous Australians.
Visit the only Aboriginal sites in New South Wales that you can access every day of the year, with a choice of self-guided tours or you can hire your own Personal Ranger to take you on a guided interpretive site visit.
At 1pm every Saturday, Sunday and school holiday, join in the regular bush tucker and bush medicine walkabout with a ranger. On other days you can hire a ranger to take you on your own personal bush tucker workshop.
The information we share with visitors has been entrusted to us by our Aboriginal cultural advisers.
Call us to book if you want to hire your own ranger.
Walkabout Park's volunteers play a vital role in the important conservation work that we perform.
We have various programs to suit most age and interest groups e.g.
- Retirees looking to volunteer in the café
- Local residents wanting to help with general maintenance
- TAFE students needing animal care placements
- Graduates requiring practical experience
- University students seeking an eco-tourism internship
- Overseas students requiring an animal care internship in an English speaking wildlife institution