Adina and Fred the dingoes have some exciting news for all of our followers.......

The pitter patter of puppy feet will soon be heard at The Australian Reptile Park once again!!! Check out the video to watch Adina head to the vet for her ultrasound!
#ThrowbackThursday - The Australian Reptile Park's founder Eric Worrell getting a bit too up-close and personal with some of our alligator babies for a story in New Idea Magazine in 1985!
Tim Faulkner recently did an interview with Australia.com about one of Australia's most famous animals, the koala and their lives here at The Australian Reptile Park! Check it out here: bit.ly/koalaFAQ
It's World Water Day and here's one of Australia's most famous animals loving it - the platypus!!

World Water Day, on 22 March every year, is about taking action to tackle the water crisis. This years theme is Waste Water. The Australian Reptile Park is committed to reducing the wastage of water at our facility and using rain water throughout our park and have done so for several years now!...
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Can you guess what kind of snake this shed is from???
Happy World Frog Day!! Our frogs here at The Australian Reptile Park have so much personality and we just love them so much!

There are approximately 6,000 known species of frog found worldwide however we are losing frogs at an alarming rate due to habitat destruction and the Chytrid fungus. More awareness needs to be raised about the decline in the frog population to ensure we don't lose...
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Have you ever wanted to visit our restricted areas and meet animals up close! Then our unique Behind the Scenes is for you! This tour runs for 90 minutes and is fully escorted by an experienced Animal Keeper! You’ll be able to get up close and personal with an array of animals from Australia and exotic creatures from all over the world! To book, call reception on 02 4340 1022

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Starting to think of school holidays activities for the kids? Then check out our Kids 2 Keeper program at The Australian Reptile Park:
Big K2K (13-18yrs): [ Bit.ly Link ]
Little K2K (7-12yrs): [ Bit.ly Link ]
Mini K2K (3-6yrs): [ Bit.ly Link ]
Click the links for more info and to book as these programs sell out fast!!!
COMPETITION TIME!!! With the holidays less than a month away, we're giving away 2 x FREE family passes to The Australian Reptile Park to use during the Easter holidays to help entertain the kids!! All you need to do is Like & Share this post and tag a friend in the comments to enter!

Competition closes Tuesday 21st March 2017 at 5pm, winners must use prize by Tuesday 25th April 2017. A family...
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Happy St Patrick's Day from some of our greenest residents
When your eyes are too big for your stomach!!!

It's dinner time for our FULLY GROWN Bavay's gecko!! His favourite food? Mashed banana! #nomnomnom #sotiny
SO TINY!!

Our eastern bearded dragons are stealing the hearts of our reptile team, and who could blame them? They are too adorable!
Petal the Parma wallaby loves posing for a quick picture! Isn't she adorable?!

Photo: Left Of The Middle Photography
Come and make new friends at The Australian Reptile Park - our free range kangaroos are a highlight of most visitor's visits!!
With the holidays creeping closer, why not look at one of our many Kids 2 Keeper programs we have running in the holidays for your kids?! Check out:
Big K2K (13-18yrs): [ Bit.ly Link ]
Little K2K (7-12yrs): [ Bit.ly Link ]
Mini K2K (3-6yrs): [ Bit.ly Link ]
Click the links for more info and to book as these programs sell out fast!!!
#FlashbackFriday - The Australian Reptile Park when it was back in Wyoming back in the 50's/60's! See if you can spot the sneaky wombat wandering around in the background of the shot!!
We all have that one friend who hogs the food.....
#WombatWednesday - tucker time with George!!!
Did you know that king cobras are the only snake species which actively construct a nest to incubate the eggs?! The female gathers large quantities of fallen leaves and other rotted vegetation into a mound into which she lays her clutch of up to 50 eggs!

Known as one of the most imposing snakes in the world, the king cobra certainly lives up to its name with lengths in excess of 5 metres -...
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Happy Monday!!!