Now that spring has sprung, our Wildflower Garden and Wildlife Park are bursting to life with beautiful blooms and new baby animals for you to discover. Visit these school holidays to enjoy a range of wonderful wildflower, wildlife and creative activities suitable for all ages. Plus, we are OPEN all long weekend!
Discover interesting facts about the Australian animals in our Wildlife Park with the help of a fun ‘chatter box’ game. Then complete the spring scavenger hunt while exploring the Wildflower Garden’s paths and boardwalks, you never know what you might spot!
Opening this weekend is the Albany Outdoor Painters’ Sense of Place exhibition, as part of the 2021 Southern Art & Craft Trail. This free exhibition features an exciting array of artworks inspired by sketching and painting in various locations around Albany and beyond, and is open daily September 25 to October 10.
On Mondays and Thursdays each week, excluding public holidays, you can meet our Head Gardener for a Garden Highlights Walk & Talk. Discover what is flowering and spot some of our South Coast’s hidden treasures. Entry fees apply.
Our popular Nocturnal Wildlife Tours are also back for the school holidays. Meet the amazing Aussie animals and passionate wildlife keepers on this ‘after dark’ guided tour. Nocturnal Tours are available on two nights only, October 5 & 7 at 6pm. Book now and bring your family and friends to discover our nocturnal furry, feathered and scaly wildlife in a whole new light.
Spring is an ideal time to enjoy our region, and the school holiday activities we have planned will delight visitors and locals alike.