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COVID-19 Health and Safety Precautions

The Territory Wildlife Park is re-opening with a few changes...

The Territory Wildlife Park has completed a COVID-19 Risk Assessment to determine the safety of visitors to the Park. As an outdoor venue with plenty of fresh air, space and sunshine the risk of transmission of coronavirus (COVID-19) remains low.

The Park is here for you as a place to escape and enjoy nature and help to minimise any stress that you may be experiencing.

However if you are unwell or have any flu-like symptoms, please for the sake of your own health and the community, rest up at home and visit us when you are completely well.

The Park will be here ready to welcome you back once you are well.

We have modified our daily programs to ensure you can practice safe social-distancing...

  • our café is open for takeaway. We have lots of nice cold drinks and ice creams to enjoy.
  • all sit down/dining areas in the café and main station have been removed to eliminate gatherings in these areas.
  • Community Involvement Days/Volunteers and Work Experience programs are on hold until further notice.

Please remember to...

  • practice physical distancing of 1.5m from others.
  • wash your hands frequently with soap and water, especially before and after eating.
  • only use the water bubblers to fill water bottles - do not drink directly from the bubbler.

Our animals are just as important...

Our team at the Territory Wildlife Park are passionate and committed to ensuring our animals receive the best possible care and attention. The welfare of our animals always was and always will be a priority. Rest assured our team has worked hard to plan for contingencies to ensure we will always have staff available to care for our wildlife. Our teams are already taking extra precautions when they are unwell, and they will continue to do this as a standard practice.

Why aren’t we discounting Park tickets?

Some people have asked us why we aren’t discounting our ticket prices. It costs money to maintain exhibits, feed and care for our animals and ensure they have regular access to veterinary care. With borders being closed and visitor numbers to the Territory dropping drastically we need your support more than ever.

Your ongoing support to the Park means we can continue to operate and be here on the other side of COVID-19.

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