Elvis the crocodile crushes bone
Tasmanian devil joeys Devil Ark 2017
Tim Faulkner Archibald Submission
Behemoth the giant huntsman
Koala joeys at The Australian Reptile Park
Tiny Bavay s gecko eats banana
Kalina the Yellow Footed Rock Wallaby joey
Easter holidays 2017 at The Australian Reptile Park
Adorable Murray River Turtle Hatchlings at Australian Reptile Park
Maddy the koala adopts new babies at Australian Reptile Park
Elvis celebrates his rock n roll 51st birthday
Tim Faulkner s Wild Life LIVE comes to The Australian Reptile Park
Alligator nest raid 2016
Tassie devils in Winter Wonderland
Zoo keeper proposes to girlfriend in crocodile enclosure
Devil Ark provides life saving milk for humanity
Keeper Hayley and May the koala joey
Spring School Holidays at The Australian Reptile Park
Cuteness alert Baby Tassie devils!
How do Galapagos tortoises sweat?!
TIMELAPSE of a mixed species exhibit
Vulnerable species (red crowned toadlet) found at Australian Reptile Park
In an A
Kevin the orphan joey
*Welcome Belle the cutest joey around!*
Australian Reptile Park LOVES funnel web spiders!
Australian Reptile Park’s life saving anti venom program
Arrival of ADORABLE Dingo pups at Australian Reptile Park
Only the highest koala ty leaves for the koalas at The Australian Reptile Park
DISCOVER OUR WILD BACKYARD
Walter and Mick have the best time together
Yellow foot with new baby
The Wild life of Tim Faulkner compile
Alligator Snapping Turtle
Billy and the Roos
Devil Ark Tim s Pledge
Red Bellied Black Snake
snail eating snake
Baby Tasmanian Devil
Feeding baby Tasmanian Devils
Baby Tasmanian Devils
Green Fence Lizard
Fluke the Hawksbill sea turtle 2
Egg harvest at Reptile Park
Dingo Puppies Master
Koala on the catwalk
Tasmanian devil joey becoming my shadow!
Billy Collett, Head of Reptiles has worked with Australian Reptile Park for 10 years.
His partner of 3 years Siobhan Oxley was a former employee of the park in mammals for four years.
Earlier this week Billy told Siobhan she was invited back to the park to have a go at sharing his job in feeding the park’s 4.5 saltwater crocodile Elvis.
Excited by the prospects Siobhan jumped at the opportunity.
During a regular crocodile feeding show, Billy entertained the crowd with his history and passion for the park and how he met his partner 3 years ago at Terrigal Pub, and she was here to feed Elvis.
Billy invited Siobhan into the show pit, lured the massive crocodile out of the water and then turned around bent down on one knee and asked her to marry him, with Elvis smiling jaw wide open in the background.
The engagement ring Billy presented was an emerald with two diamonds either side. He chose Emerald because it’s Siobhan’s birth stone.
Billy sought approval of Siobhan’s parents Frank and Kerryn Oxley, and they were thrilled and also knew that the proposal would be extravagant when it came to Billy.
In tears of happiness, Siobhan accepted Billy’s proposal but felt robbed of missing out on that croc feed she thought she was doing.