Would you like to see how one of Australia’s largest wildlife conservation facilities is operated?

Due to popular demand, Aussie Ark is opening its doors again for a short time only. During the NSW Summer school holidays, Aussie Ark will welcome daily visitors.

Opening hours are 11am to 2pm daily with guided tours of the facility departing at 11.30am and 12.45pm sharp.

NB. Self-guided visits are not available, so be on time so you don't miss out.

Ticket prices:

  • $35 per adult, $15 per child, $29 per concession and $90 for a family to visit Aussie Ark during the school holidays.

Not only does Aussie Ark hold the largest population of the endangered Tasmanian devil on mainland Australia, but it also is home to Eastern quolls, Parma wallabies, bandicoots, Brush-tailed rock-wallabies, and bettongs.

Set high in spectacular Barrington Tops, you can escape to the remoteness of Aussie Ark just for the day. Guaranteed to recharge your batteries and show you how Aussie Ark is fighting extinction of some of Australia’s most loved species!

More details here

Getting there:

Aussie Ark is a wildlife conservation facility in Barrington Tops.

Access from the eastern side via Gloucester is not currently possible due to the road slip closure still being repaired. If coming from the coast you should use the western access to Barrington Tops via Scone.

For example, from Tuncurry the journey is at least 4.5 hours one way!