Australia Walkabout Wildlife Park ~ Phone: (02) 43751100
Our Address ~ 1 Darkinjung Road, cnr Peats Ridge Road, Calga NSW, Australia 2250 ~

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Visitor Guides & Maps

You can download your "Visitor Information" guides and maps here

Before you visit Walkabout Park, it is a good idea to download your visitor information guides and maps and bring them with you. The information they contain is really useful and, reading it before your arrive, you can plan how to get the most out of your visit.

 Park Maps

full pageAboriginal Sites Walk and Mt White Lookout Walk

This map shows you all the tracks of the park and gives you an idea of what you will see along the route, how long it will take to walk each of the tracks, the conditions of the tracks and the level of fitness required. If you download "A brief guide to the Aboriginal sites at Walkabout Park" you can learn a little bit about each of the sites before you visit them.

full pageAnimal Loop Walk

This map shows you the section of the park close to the Visitor Centre where the animal camps are situated, and where most of the free-ranging animals are likely to be found. It names the different species that you are likely to see. Remember that many Australian animals do sleep for much of the day. The nocturnal animals, like the Tasmanian devils, wombats and bilbies, do wake up during the afternoon at their feeding times so do remember to also download the "Schedule of daily ranger-led talks and tours" to see when their feeding times are.

 Visitor Guides

The rangers lead interactive, hands-on animal encounters and bush skills walkabout workshops every half hour (and sometimes even more frequently) every day. This schedule will help you to plan your day. Many of our regular visitors prefer to visit in the afternoon when the nocturnal animals awake at their regular feeding times. Others prefer the mornings with the 11am boomerang throwing being extremely popular. Most visitors stay for between 1½ and 3 hours, although some do pop in for a quick 40 minute "meet the animals" on their way to the Hunter Valley, while others literally stay all day. Scroll down to the bottom of any page on our website to see the schedule of Talks, Tours and Encounters.

full pageImportant safety information, how to interact safely with the animals in their world

This is ESSENTIAL reading for anyone visiting Walkabout Park!

Please follow these easy rules like "don't touch a kangaroo on the head or neck, but they do love a back massage". The information in this guide is very important for all visitors, both adults and children. Although we have tried to write it in a way that is easy to read and easy to follow, if you do need more guidance, please ask one of the Walkabout Park team. You can anticipate the truely wonderful experience of going into the animals' world to meet the friendliest wild animals in Australia. But do remember, any animal that is frightened might bite or scratch. We do not have incidents at Walkabout Park, but this is probably because we give every visitor this important information on how to not scare the animals.

full pageWhy we never hand feed our animals

We know that many zoos do let you hand feed their animals, but Walkabout Park is not a zoo. This easy to follow guide answers your questions about why it is very important that you never feed the wildlife at Walkabout Park.

full pageA brief guide to the Aboriginal sites at Walkabout Park

This guide contains just a little bit of information about each of the Aboriginal sites that you can visit at Walkabout Park. If you would like a deeper insite into the meaning and significance of the heritage sites at Walkabout Park, you may want to engage a Personal Ranger for a couple of hours (or longer) to take you up to the sites and explain their relationships with each other and the greater Cultural Landscape across Calga.


Opening times

Open every day except Christmas Day.eee

Day time visitors do not need to book

Open at 9am - Every day

Close at 5pm - Every day

Evening and overnight experiences 
must be pre-booked

Contact us

Australia Walkabout Wildlife Park

1 Darkinjung Road, cnr Peats Ridge Road, Calga, NSW Australia 2250 • Phone (02) 43751100 • Outside Aus +61 2 43751100 • Fax (02) 43751257

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Park Entry Prices

For group programs or for a private ranger-led tour, contact us for a quote.

Standard Tickets
Child - aged 3 to 15 years
Family Discounts
Family - 2 adults + 2 children
Extra child - with $70 Family Pass
Free Entry - eligibility conditions apply
No charge
No charge
Child - aged 0 to 2 years
Carer with Companion Card - accompanying disabled client
$20 Discount Tickets - must show ID Card
20% off Standard Adult Rate
20% off Standard Adult Rate
20% off Standard Adult Rate
20% off Standard Adult Rate


Ranger-led activities

Admission price includes daily ranger-led activities.

Please check with us as program may change.


Time What's on





Meet Waffles the Pig
Meet the mob: Kangaroos & Emus
Southern Hairy Nosed Wombat

Boomerang throwing
Dingo encounter
Koala encounter
Pat a Python
Echidna encounter
Night Hunters - Predator Birds

Tasmanian Devil encounter
Koala feed-time
Bare-Nosed Wombat encounter
Bush Tucker & Bush Medicine
Aboriginal Sites visit (only on
weekends & holidays)

Meet the mob: Kangaroos & Emus
Flying Fox introduction

0:00 Wild Emu and Kangaroo Feeding
10:30 Meet Billy Bilby
11:00 Koala Talk
11:30 Meet a Dingo
12:00 Boomerang Throwing
12:30 Pat a Python
1:00 Bush Tucker & Bush Medicine (weekends & holidays only)
1.00 Bush-Ochre Face Painting and Bunny Fun in the Farmyard
1:45 Lizards, Turtles and Dragons
2:15 Tazzie Devil Feeding 
2.30 Quoll Feeding
2:45 Koala Feeding
3:15 Flying Fox Feeding
3:30 Wombat Feeding
4:00 Wild Emu and Kangaroo Feeding
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