Summer Down Under at Australia Zoo

Beerwah, Sunshine Coast Area

2 – 21 January 2018 - 

There is so much happening at Australia Zoo this summer and we can’t wait to share the fun with all of you!

Join the ‘JUMANJI: Welcome to the Jungle' treasure hunt from 2 to 21 January. One lucky treasure hunter will win a PS4 every day!

With all of the non-stop action, you will need to cool off from the hot summer days with their incredible giant waterslide, standing more than three stories high and providing stacks of fun for the young and young at heart.

The Irwins will have everyone on the edge of their seats when they feed their crocodiles in the world-famous Mount Franklin Crocoseum from 13 to 21 January. Prepare for awesome strikes, death rolls and top croc safety tips! For those looking for something more along the lines of the crocodile rock, Bindi and the Jungle Girls will have everyone dancing to the beat of their own drum during the ‘Island Time’ Show.

There’s also a chance to win a Jayco Pop Top and Toyota Prado* from 9 December to 21 January valued at AUD123592. Conditions apply.

Event Dates

This event occurs once only on:
2 – 21 January 2018

Event Venues


Australia Zoo
Address:
Steve Irwin Way
Beerwah
Queensland, Australia 4519

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Coolangatta, Gold Coast Area
The southern Gold Coast's famous sandy beaches and world-class surf breaks conclude at Coolangatta, renowned for its casual beach-side culture. Spend the day surfing, SUP or swimming with the locals at Coolangatta, Greenmount, Duranbah, Palm Beach and into southern Rainbow Bay.

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Kirra Reef Dive Site

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Kirra Beach, Gold Coast Area
There's variations on what the word Kirra actually means, but some believe Queensland Aborigines named it after a boomerang. Which makes sense as Kirra wraps evocatively around the bend separating Coolangatta and Kirra beaches and in front of Kirra Hill.

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