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Snakes Downunder Reptile Park and Zoo

Childers, Bundaberg Area

Snakes Downunder Reptile Park and Zoo is a fun and affordable day out to be enjoyed by the whole family. Admission cost includes the opportunity to handle a python and baby salt water crocodile, view snake shows, a koala talk and a crocodile feeding display and enjoy guided tours of various static displays.

Other attractions include a fantastic Snake House, a walk though vivarium housing dragons and frogs and a kangaroo reserve where the animals can be hand fed. The Snakes Downunder Reptile Park and Zoo also invite visitors to come and meet Millie, Bonnie and Matilda, three cuddly KOALAS. There is no charge for photography within the park and this includes during handling sessions. As you can see, Snakes Downunder Reptile Park and Zoo is "much more than just snakes".

Entry Costs

Entry Cost AUD Valid From Inclusions
Adult $22.00 1 May – 31 December 2015
Adult $22.00 1 May – 31 December 2015
Child $14.00 1 May – 31 December 2015
Concession $18.00 1 May – 31 December 2015 Students and Seniors are recognised concession
Family $66.00 1 May – 31 December 2015 Two Adults, Two Children. Additional Children AUD8 (Up to 5 Children).

Open Times

Public Holiday: Open 6 days a week. Closed Wednesday. Closed Easter Friday, Anzac Day and Christmas Day. ...... 0930 - 1500

Facilities

  • Car park
  • Kiosk
51 Lucketts Road
Childers, Bundaberg Area
Queensland
Australia

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