DUE TO POPULAR DEMAND AUSSIE ARK WILL OPEN ITS DOORS FOR THE SCHOOL HOLIDAYS 26 SEP – 11 OCT 2020.
Would you like to see how one of Australia’s largest conservation facilities is operated?
Due to popular demand, Aussie Ark is opening its doors again for a short time only. During the NSW Spring school holidays (26 Sep – 11 Oct 2020), Aussie Ark will welcome daily visitors.
Guided tours are 1 hour in duration and will be run daily by Aussie Ark keepers at 10:30am, 11.30am and 12.30pm.
Self-guided visits are not available, so guests will be included into the next guided tour after arrival.
- Adult $35
- Child (aged 3-15 years) $15
- Senior (60yrs+) $29
- Family (2 adults + 2 children) $90
- Family (1 adults + 2 child) $55
- Extra child on family pass $10
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
Aussie Ark is a wildlife conservation facility in Barrington Tops. Allow 1.5 hours from Gloucester and add extra travelling time from your starting location (eg. 60 minutes extra from Forster).
Follow the signs from Honeysuckle Picnic Area at the corner of Pheasant Creek Road to Tomalla Station on Tomalla Road. The roads within Barrington Tops are gravel but are suitable for two-wheel drive vehicles. Please slow down and drive to the conditions as roads are narrow and winding.