Australian Reptile Park Reopens

From Monday 1 June 2020, the Australian Reptile Park will reopen to the public. The reopening date was set once the NSW Government made the announcement that due to zoos being largely outdoors, social-distancing conditions were good for the visiting public on Sunday 24 May.

The reopening of the Australian Reptile Park comes as welcome news for New South Wales residents with the Central Coast wildlife sanctuary being inundated with enquiries and requests daily for the Park to reopen. After weeks of lockdown, the public have been craving outdoor activities to experience with their family and connection to nature and now the Australian Reptile Park is ecstatic to open the doors and deliver this.

To welcome back visitors, the Australian Reptile Park is offering FREE one-hour, guided tours included with their general admission ticket! The Park is open as usual and the guided tours will be limited to nine visitors per group. This guided tour will take visitors on an amazing journey throughout the Australian Reptile Park, behind the scenes, and animal encounters. Tours are run between 9.30am and 2.30pm and visitors will be allocated tour times upon arrival to the Park, general admission and park access is from 9am – 5pm daily. The Australian Reptile Park is encouraging visitors to pre-book their entry tickets prior to arrival. Tickets can be purchased their website

Image credit the Australian Reptile Park