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Baby Boom Begins at the Australian Reptile Park

Posted By : The Animal Facts Editorial Team

Date: June 23, 2021 2:15 am

Australian Reptile Park Baby Boom

Lucky the dingo puppy with her new friend Rocky will be part of the holiday activities at the Australian Reptile Park

Photo Credit: Australian Reptile Park

The Australian Reptile Park is experiencing a veritable baby boom and guests are invited to meet the new arrivals during the upcoming July school holidays.

Among the new arrivals are Lucky the dingo pup and her new best friend Rocky, kangaroo joeys, baby alligators, a wombat joey and squirrel glider joeys.

Australian Reptile Park Baby Boom

An American alligator which has recently hatched out of its egg at the Australian Reptile Park

Photo Credit: Australian Reptile Park

During the winter school holidays guests will be given the chance to meet the new arrivals during the daily Baby Animal Show held at 1.15pm.

Park Director, Tim Faulkner says “These school holidays are one of my personal favourites, I love seeing adults and children light up when they see a dingo puppy for the first time, or when they spot a koala joey poking out of its mums’ pouch!”

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Mr Faulkner continued, “As well as admiring our beautiful babies all taking their first steps and bonding with their parents, we hope our visitors find their passion for ensuring the future for these incredible species, as well as educating themselves on how they can help us, help them”

The Australian Reptile Park is located on the Central Coast of NSW only 60 minutes from Sydney.

Australian Reptile Park Baby Boom

A pair of squirrel glider joeys accept food from their carer who is raising them at the Australian Reptile Park

Photo Credit: Australian Reptile Park

Learn more about Dingoes here – Dingo Fact File | The Animal Facts

Learn more about Squirrel Gliders here – Squirrel Glider Fact File | The Animal Facts

Learn more about the Australian Reptile Park on their website – Australian Reptile Park

Australian Reptile Park Baby Boom

A wombat joey stands with its keeper who is raising it at the Australian Reptile Park

Photo Credit: Australian Reptile Park

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