Mogo Wildlife Park announces its second annual Community Day
One year on from re-opening, following the bushfire crisis that devastated the region, Mogo Wildlife Park, south of Batemans Bay, is proud to announce the return of its second annual Community Day on Saturday February 27th
Although this year’s event will look a little different, there will be no shortage of fun
for the whole family. Two, 3-hour sessions, each capped at 2,500 guests will be available to
book to give local residents a chance to experience Mogo Wildlife Park for a great family day out, alongside the iconic and unique exotic wildlife of the world. There will also be a BBQ and activities to bring the community together in socially distanced style.
Zookeeper and Managing Director of Mogo Wildlife Park, Chad Staples said: “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.”
“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.
Discounted tickets will need to be pre-purchased to manage crowds and will cost $10 per
person for park entry for 3 hours. Mogo Community Day food deals including bacon and egg rolls, sausage sizzles and meat pies can be pre-ordered online and purchased for $5 on the day.
Tickets can be purchased from the Mogo Wildlife Park Website.