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Featherdale Wildlife Park celebrates their birthday with a gift for regular visitors

July 25, 2017 Attraction No Comments Email Email

Featherdale Wildlife Park, home to the world’s largest collection of native Australian animals is celebrating its’ 45thbirthday in August with the launch of new Annual Pass offerings. 

Priced at $55.00 for adults, $30.00 for children aged 3 to 15 and $145 for a family of four, with other family packages available as well, the Annual Passes provide exceptional value offering unlimited year round entry for the price of less than two visits.

The Pass benefits also include 20% off admission for a friend on each visit; 20% off purchases at the café and souvenir centre; 20% discount on the entire range of daily Animal Encounters; 10% discount on children’s birthday parties and exclusive access to competitions and monthly offers.

As an added incentive, everyone who purchases Annual Passes in Featherdale’s birthday month in August, will go into a draw to win a VIP Private Tour of Featherdale Wildlife Park for four guests valued over $500.

“We are looking forward to welcoming back our existing Annual Pass holders and having new members join our Featherdale family.  Our Park has always focused on community and we look forward to continuing this legacy into the future” said Tony Chiefari, General Manager.

Bruce and Margaret Kubbere

Established on seven acres of land originally purchased by Charles and Marjorie Wigg in 1953, Featherdale has evolved from a family farm into one of the best privately own wildlife parks in Australia.

The Wigg’s daughter Margaret and her husband, Bruce Kubbere who had studied Australian fauna, opened Featherdale as a wildlife park in 1972.

During its’ 45 years, Featherdale Wildlife Park in Western Sydney has become well known for its conservation programs and has provided millions of visitors with the opportunity to interact with a diverse range of iconic Australian animals and birds.  These include many threatened and vulnerable species including koalas, Tiger Quolls, the Yellow Footed Rock Wallaby, Tasmanian Devils and the Plains Wanderer.

Featherdale has also continued to play an important role in the local community rescuing animals; working closely with school groups through the Wildlife Education Program which hosts visits and the “Wildlife Wanderer;” and offering Community Outreach programs for aged care homes and other local groups.

Featherdale is located at 217 Kildare Road, Doonside and is open 9am to 5pm daily.  Further information and the Annual Passes can be found at The Featherdale Annual Pass can be purchased at the Park, by calling 02 9622 1644 or emailing

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