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  • Writer's pictureThe Beagle

Mogo Wildlife Park Community Day on Saturday 25th February 2023

This Saturday, 25th February, the park team is inviting our community and visitors who love our region to come down to 222 Tomakin Road and reconnect – reconnect with the animals that call Mogo home, with our team of passionate zookeepers, park staff, and, importantly their own friends and family.

For just $10 per person, (Adult tickets normally $42) everyone is invited to come and enjoy Mogo Wildlife Park, have a chat with a Tamarin, say g’day to a Red Panda, and of course, catch up with the zoo’s most famous residents, its Gorilla family, and its big cats including Roc, and the zoo’s ever-growing tower of giraffes.

(Did you know - a group of giraffes is known as a ‘Tower’?)

‘Mogo Wildlife Park holds a special place in the hearts of many people across Eurobodalla. Since our recovery from natural disasters and pandemics, we have become synonymous with hope for many people across Australia and the world,’ said a park spokesperson.

Local businesses have warmly supported the initiative, with many companies and local community groups promoting the event on their premises and on social media.

JJJ Oriental Supermarket, in particular, is inviting locals to drop in and donate towards purchasing $10 Community Day tickets which will be donated to families who otherwise couldn’t afford to buy tickets themselves.

A Mogo Wildlife Park spokesperson commented, ‘We recognise that times are tough for everyone right now. However, what really matters is the good times we have together. Mogo Wildlife Park is that place to come and have fun, laugh, learn and be fascinated by the Mogo animal family. Mogo Wildlife Park is where we can take time out from the stresses of the daily grind. This Community Day on Saturday is our way of warmly welcoming everyone and giving everyone a fun day out.’

$10 tickets are on sale online now. Visit and select 25th February to purchase tickets.


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