The Australian Reptile Park will temporarily close from 5pm Wednesday 25th March 2020 as advised by the Government.
As the global health situation evolves, it is important for us to keep health and safety a priority for our staff and the community. Don’t worry, our 3,000+ animals will continue to be cared for by our amazing staff – we love them, and we are here for them. The Australian Reptile Park will monitor the ever-changing situation and take advice from health authorities as to when it will reopen for guests.
We look forward to reopening and providing the Best Family FUN Day OUT to visitors again soon!
Some frequently asked questions:
When will the Australian Reptile Park reopen?
We will provide a further update on these operations as further details come to light and advised by the Government. We will continuously review the situation and will take steps to ensure that once the threat of COVID-19 passes, we will continue to operate as one of the leading wildlife tourism attractions in Australia.
What happens if I have already bought my ticket or booked my tour or am an annual pass holder?
We understand times are tough for everyone and will be compassionate to our visitors who have pre-purchased by will providing refunds and/ or extensions to any pre-purchased tickets, passes and pre-booked tours.
What happens to all of the animals?
Our 3,000+ animals will continue to be cared for by our amazing staff every day.
Health & safety:
Since COVID-19 emerged, the Australian Reptile Park has closely followed advice from the Government and leading experts to ensure that at all times it has adopted the highest level of health & safety practices and there have been no reported cases of COVID-19 at our venues.