Due to an overwhelming response, there is a waiting list and a member of our team will be in touch
Come and join us for a FREE Variety Sydney Zoo Family Fun Day, Wednesday 11 March 2020 from 10am – 2pm at the new Sydney Zoo.
This day is for kids aged 0-18, living with disability or disadvantage.
Together, we’ll have a fun day of safari-like experiences and entertainment where the Zoo is ours for a day.
To keep the kids entertained during morning tea & lunch we are hosting two Variety Musical Picnic sessions with Play School’s Rachael Coopes and Teo Gebert. Keep an eye out for a special appearance from some of our Play School friends. Sessions are at 11am & 12:30pm. You’ll find us located in the Kids Zone (check the zoo map for details).
While you walk around stop by our free Face Painting & Air Brush Tattooing stations.
What you need to know to make the most of the day!
Location: Sydney Zoo – 700 Great Western Hwy, Bungarribee
Date: Wednesday 11 March 2020
Gates open: 10am – 2pm
Variety Musical Picnic sessions: 11am & 12:30pm
Registrations close: Friday 28 February
Bring a hat, sunscreen, morning tea and lunch. Light refreshments will be available to purchase at the Zoo’s Eatery. There is some seating at the Zoo but we would also highly recommend picnic blankets (particularly for the Variety Musical Picnic).
Sydney Zoo was designed to be inclusive for all visitors. All public areas and exhibits are accessible by wheelchair or mobility scooter. The zoo is relatively flat with wide pathways that span across the zoo, making your visit easy. In fact, there are no stairs in the entire zoo! There will be a low level of noise and activity at the event. We encourage you to bring your own noise reduction headphones should anyone in your group be sensitive to this.
Tickets are strictly limited, register your interest today!
Registrations close Friday 28 February!
“For a child – or even an adult – being in the presence of a living, breathing animal, knowing the way it smells, looking into his or her eyes, and above all, sensing its “being-ness” can be a life-changing experience.”
Jane Goodall, Primatologist