Kids Go FREE at Featherdale Wildlife Park this July

Featherdale-Kids Go Free July

Kids Go FREE at Featherdale Wildlife Park this July

Kids Go FREE at Featherdale Wildlife Park this July

Saving of up to $51 for family with three kids

Just in time for the school holidays, Featherdale Wildlife Park is offering free entry to children aged 15 and under.

Upon buying one full-priced adult ticket, the adult is able to take up to three kids into Featherdale for free, a saving of $51.

A firm family favourite for almost 46 years, Featherdale Wildlife Park is home to the world’s largest collection of native Australian animals. This iconic Aussie wildlife attraction is located just a 45 minute drive from Sydney’s CBD in Western Sydney’s Doonside.

“The team at Featherdale believes everyone should experience the fun and excitement that we see every day, and our Kids Go Free initiative presents the perfect opportunity,” said Sara Ang, Featherdale’s Director of Sales and Marketing.

“Nowhere else in Sydney can you have the same level of interaction with such a wide range of native Australian animals.”

Visitors to the Wildlife Park will be able to enjoy the opportunity to get up close and personal with their favourite Australian native animals.

Perennial visitor favourites include the largest population of koalas of any zoo in NSW, and many threatened and vulnerable species including the Southern Hairy Nosed Wombat, Quokkas, the Yellow Footed Rock Wallaby and the Tasmanian Devil.

Kids Go Free offer available from July 1 until July 31, 2018. Other terms and conditions may apply.

About Featherdale Wildlife Park

Featherdale Wildlife Park is Sydney’s most interactive wildlife experience, home to over 1,700 creatures from 260 different species. With the world’s largest collection of Australian mammals, birds and reptiles, visitors can enjoy experiences like breakfasting with a koala and hand feeding kangaroos, all in a natural bush setting.

Featherdale – 217 Kildare Road, Doonside -Open 9am to 5pm daily.


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