Hightail it to Featherdale for Lunch with a Koala ·

Hightail it to Featherdale for Lunch with a Koala

Featherdale Wildlife Park is home to NSW’s only lunch with a koala experience, offering guests the opportunity to sit down with the furry native for a meal.

Through Featherdale’s trade partners, groups can book this experience along with other Featherdale packages. A classic menu of an Aussie Angus BBQ burger and chips with salad and drink is served, with alternative options available on request.

The experience is available for groups of ten or more and is priced at $75 per adult and $55 per child aged 3-15.

The package includes:

  • 30 minute Koala and Keeper presentation within the Drover’s Hut Function Centre
  • Sit-down Burger combo lunch
  • General Admission into Featherdale Wildlife Park
  • Personal Koala Encounter at the Koala Sanctuary area

The Lunch with A Koala will be available for groups of 15 or more through registered trade partners of Featherdale Wildlife Park. To register for wholesale rates, contact Arianne Zaragoza  arianne_zaragoza@featherdale.com.au | (02) 9622 1644.

Featherdale offers Sydney’s most interactive wildlife experience, allowing visitors to get up close and personal to over 1,700 Australian mammals, birds and reptiles with encounters like breakfast with a koala and holding a baby crocodile. Animal conservation is at the forefront of everything Featherdale does, with initiative including the endangered Tiger Quoll Breeding Program and the Koala Genome Program in partnership with The Australian Museum.

About Featherdale Wildlife Park

Featherdale Wildlife Park is Sydney’s most interactive wildlife experience, home to over 1,700 creatures from 260 different species. With the world’s largest collection of Australian mammals, birds and reptiles, visitors can enjoy experiences like breakfasting with a koala and hand feeding kangaroos, all in a natural bush setting.

Featherdale – 217 Kildare Road, Doonside – Open 9am to 5pm daily. www.featherdale.com.au

Follow Featherdale on Instagram @featherdalewildlifepark.


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