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Mogo Camping Adventures arrives at Mogo Wildlife Park

Spend a night under the stars and sleep to the sounds of Australia’s most diverse animal family

One year on from the bushfire crisis that devastated the region, Mogo Wildlife Park, south of Batemans Bay, is launching a new bespoke attraction for local tourists.

Just in time for the Easter holiday season, visitors can now embrace the great outdoors and camp overnight at Mogo Wildlife Park, home to Australia’s most diverse collection of exotic wildlife.

Perfect for families, couples, singles and groups, the new experience is all-inclusive - with tents, beds and meals included, as well as a group animal encounter on arrival. Guests will also have the opportunity to learn about the rich history of the South Coast and live country music around a campfire after dinner. The following morning will see guests awaken to the distinctive calls of animals and be fuelled with a breakfast overlooking the park’s Sumatran Tigers. Following breakfast with the tigers, guests are invited to explore the park and the camping package also includes a giraffe-feeding encounter.

Zookeeper and Managing Director of Mogo Wildlife Park, Chad Staples said: “We are so excited to be launching this unique experience and welcome visitors from around Australia to our park,”

“2020 was a year like no other, with two unforeseen closures which devastated the local community. It gives us great energy and excitement to continue to build Mogo Wildlife Park and showcase our world-class experiences to the people of Australia”, he said.

The NSW South Coast was at the center of the devastating 2019/2020 bushfire crisis. Mogo Wildlife Park is part of the small rural village of Mogo located South of Batemans Bay on the South Coast of New South Wales.

With limited positions, adventurers are encouraged to secure their bookings today. Camping at Mogo will run throughout the school holidays and selected weekends. For more information, visit

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