Mogo Wildlife Park says it will reopen on Sunday, March 1, after a two-month recovery effort.
Staff fought to protect their charges on New Year's Eve when bushfire swept through Mogo.
A spokesperson said it would reopen "thanks to the incredible efforts of zookeeper Chad Staples and his team of keepers, who unaided saved the 65-acre site at Mogo Wildlife Park and 200 animals".
"Staples and his team have been working tirelessly in the weeks following the fires to repair damaged infrastructure in the park and get back on track," the park said.
Its aim was for the park "to be a major drawcard for visitors to the NSW South Coast".
The park will invite families who have endured the bushfire crisis to a community day before the opening.
"Mogo Wildlife Park holds an important place in the hearts of many locals, and given that those locals have been through so much, Mogo Wildlife Park will hold an invitation-only event on Saturday, February 9," the park said.
The event will follow a ceremony for the business community and dignitaries.
"We just can't wait for the park to be full of that positive energy that comes from people enjoying animals again," Mr Staples said.
The park said it wanted to champion South Coast tourism.
"In late November, Mogo Wildlife Park joined the Australian Wildlife Parks group, which also includes Featherdale Sydney Wildlife Park, in Doonside, in Western Sydney," the park said.
"Featherdale welcomes guests from across Sydney and has a large international market, and Australia Wildlife Parks will now undertake a marketing campaign for the domestic and international market showcasing Mogo Wildlife Park and other amazing tourist experiences offered in the Eurobodalla region."
Australian Wildlife Parks sales director Sara Ang said it was a chance for coastal businesses to collaborate.
"We look forward to working closely with accommodation providers and the other fantastic tourist attractions in the Batemans Bay region to create a cluster of experiences that appeals to all markets," Ms Ang said.
Tickets, annual passes and all animal encounters are all on sale at www.mogowildlifepark.com.au