One year on from re-opening after the black summer bushfire crisis, Mogo Wildlife Park is proud to welcome locals back for a COVID-safe celebration among some of the world's most unique and exotic species
The park's second annual community day is on Saturday, February 27.
Two three-hour sessions, each capped at 2500 guests, will be available to book for a chance to experience a great family day out alongside the unique exotic wildlife of the world. There will also be a barbecue and activities to bring the community together.
"After experiencing two re-openings in 2020, we are thrilled to be able to connect with our local community to safely celebrate an important day for South Coast community," zookeeper and managing director Chad Staples said.
"The outpouring of love and continued support from the community has been key to our ongoing success, and our community day is one small way we're able to show our appreciation in return", he said.
Tickets need to be pre-purchased and are now on sale via the Mogo Wildlife Park website.