Park sets cuteness level to 10
BABY ANIMALS GO ON SHOW
IT IS the baby animals’ time to shine at The Australian Reptile Park for the school holidays this month.
Spring will be celebrated with roving keeper programs, alligator feeding, animal walks, Kids 2 Keeper workshops and VIP animal encounters each day.
Park keeper Ranger Mick will host two daily reptile shows with snakes, alligators and lizards.
There will also be a brand new Baby Animal Show at 1pm featuring cute koalas, wombats, kangaroos, bilbies, Tasmanian devils, dingo puppies, turtles and chameleons.
There will also be nine other shows and animal feeds held daily throughout the school holidays.
The Mt Druitt-St Marys Standard is giving readers the chance to win one of 60 family passes to The Australian Reptile Park, with an Animal Encounter experience in each, valid until January 31, 2016.
To enter the competition, visit newslocal.com.au and click on the competitions tab.
Select Australian Reptile Park Animal Encounter, complete the form and follow the prompts to submit an entry.
There is a limit of one competition entry per person.
The competition will close at 5pm on Monday, September 14.
The winners will be drawn at noon on Tuesday, September 15, announced on the competition page on Wednesday, September 16. They will also be notified by email.
Competition authorised under NSW permit LTPS/15/00674. Terms and conditions are available on the website newslocal .com.au.
Tim Faulkner with some of the stars of school holiday shows at the Australian Reptile Park.