• Only on the Explorer Pass

Hunter Valley Wildlife Park

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Man feeding the giraffes at Hunter Valley Wildlife Park.
A marmoset at Hunter Valley Wildlife Park.
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    Only on the Explorer Pass

    This attraction is available on the Explorer Pass, but not the All-Inclusive Pass.

What you'll do

Meet native Australian critters and other exotic species at this 10-acres wildlife park in the Hunter Valley.

Enjoy entry to the Hunter Valley Wildlife Park with Go City® 

  • Our passes include entry to the Hunter Valley Wildlife Park 2.5 hours from central Sydney.
  • Meet animals including meerkats, lions, spider monkeys and koalas.
  • Your Sydney pass also includes dozens of other top attractions, tours and experiences, all for one money-saving price. 

About this experience 

If you’re heading out from Sydney to the Hunter Valley wineries or beyond, the Hunter Valley Wildlife Park makes for a great stop-off. It’s chock-full of cute and curious critters – get up close to native Australian animals including koalas, kangaroos and meet meerkats, monkeys, lions and more from Africa, Asia and the Americas. 

There are informative daily keeper talks on the native wildlife and you’ll be able to pet some of the animals and see them eat their fill at feeding time. There are 10 acres to explore in this privately owned park with plenty of spots for picnics around the verdant grounds.

Buy animal food to feed the farm animals and kangaroos, or book add-on encounters to get really up close and personal with the lemurs, lions, marmosets, meerkats, squirrel monkeys and more.

Hunter Valley Wildlife Park highlights  

Daily shows – learn from the experts at daily talks about the native wildlife, and see the animals being fed by their keepers.

Meerkats and more – there are cute (and not-so-cute) critters galore here, from marmosets and meerkats to crocs and creepy crawlies.

Perfect for picnics – grab snacks and refreshments in the cafe or find a perfect picnic spot in the 10-acre grounds,

Hunter Valley Wildlife Park facts  

  • The Hunter Valley Wildlife Park was founded as Hunter Valley Zoo in 2007 and rebranded in 2021.
  • The park covers around 10 acres of New South Wales countryside
  • There are dozens of species from Australia and beyond, including marmosets and monkeys, koalas and kangaroos, alligator and African lions, and camels and capybaras.

Go City is the best choice for maximum savings and flexibility when sightseeing in Sydney. Your pass includes entry to Hunter Valley Wildlife Park, plus admission to dozens more top Sydney attractions.


Why choose Go City®?  

  • Customers save money on sightseeing with our pass vs. buying regular walk-up tickets.
  • Our app makes sightseeing easy – your pass, plus all the info you’ll need is right there in the palm of your hand.  
  • No need to worry about buying tickets on the day, entry to Hunter Valley Wildlife Park is included with your pass.

Experience Hunter Valley Wildlife Park and many other attractions with the Explorer Pass.

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Know before you go

Getting in

Just scan your pass at the gate for entry.

For more information, visit the Hunter Valley Wildlife Park website.

Where you'll be

Operating hours

Daily: 9AM-4PM. Christmas Day closure is a little earlier, at 2PM.

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Free cancellation

Plans can change, we get it. All non-activated passes are eligible for a refund within 90 days from your purchase date.

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