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Dingo Puppies!

We are very excited to welcome to some new additions to our park this week … dingo puppies! Our little puppies have arrived from a sanctuary in New South Wales, an hour outside of Sydney, and are settling in beautifully already. Wildlife Keeper Aidan has been their surrogate dad, helping them to explore their new […]

birthday party
History, News, Park Diary

Our 40th Birthday Party!

We recently celebrated our 40th birthday with a wonderful birthday party at our park! It was a magical evening, shared with friends, family and industry colleagues. Over 250 guests attended the event, enjoying canapes and drinks during speeches in the Pamagirri Aboriginal Cultural Centre by Michael Woodward, on behalf of Charles Woodward (Chairman), and William Enoch-Tranby, Local […]

what is dragonfruit
Park Diary

What is dragonfruit?

You might have seen this bright pink, red or yellow flower-looking fruit around … but what is dragonfruit? Is it a flower or a fruit? Can you eat it? The answer is – yes, you can eat it! You can also taste some at our Tropical Treats Fruit Orchard, when its in season. Also known […]

Wallaby selfie
Our Wildlife, Park Diary

Our Favourite Visitor Photos!

We often share our visitors’ photos on our Facebook and Instagram page, but we have so many that it’s easy to lose them! We thought we’d share our top 5 with you – if you love them, make sure you jump on Instagram and like the photos or follow along with the photographer and their adventures! […]

what does world heritage mean
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What does World Heritage mean?

We often talk about how Rainforestation is surrounded by World Heritage rainforest … but what does World Heritage mean? Basically, it means a place that is listed by the United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization (UNESCO) as “being of special cultural or physical significance”. The idea of cultural conservation and nature conservation was initiated […]

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Our Wildlife, Park Diary

Dingoes at Rainforestation

Have you met Tan and Bindi, our two Australian dingoes? Make sure you stop by their enclosure next time you’re here! Tan (male) and Bindi (female) are found in our Koala & Wildlife Park. We thought we’d tell you some more about these beautiful creatures and their history in Australia. History Dingoes (canis lupus dingo) are […]