Feb Family Weekends

During Opening Hours, February 1, 2024 February 29, 2024

Make lasting memories with your family by visiting Hunter Valley Wildlife Park, and take advantage of our online-only offer that will save you up to 30% on all family tickets purchased in February. Now, everyone can enjoy the experience without breaking the bank, with family ticket prices ranging from $66 to $120. You'll have the chance to get up close and personal with incredible species like meerkats, giraffes, lions and capybaras. Don't miss out on this amazing opportunity to create unforgettable memories with your loved ones. Hurry book your discounted family tickets for Hunter Valley Wildlife Park now, offer ends 29th February

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UPCOMING EVENTS

8am Sundays, February 11, 2024

NEW! WILDLIFE SUNRISE BREAKFASTS

Wildlife Sunrise is the ultimate new experience at Hunter Valley Wildlife Park and features a bespoke guided tour from one of our experienced Zookeepers, hand-feeding Giraffes, breakfast and more! Available every Sunday at 8am.
During opening hours, February 1, 2024

30% off Encounters for Two

❤ This February, love is a wild adventure at Hunter Valley Wildlife Park! book online for an Encounter in February and save 30%
During Opening Hours, February 1, 2024

Feb Family Weekends

Make lasting memories with your family by visiting Hunter Valley Wildlife Park, and take advantage of our online-only offer that will save you up to 30% on all family tickets purchased in February.
Time, February 1, 2024

Fantastic February

OUR POPULAR SCHOOL HOLIDAY ACTIVITY NOW ENDS FEBRUARY 29! SAVE WITH SUMMER ADVENTURES AT HUNTER VALLEY WILDLIFE PARK

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