Ebene News – UA – South Australians to hug koalas again

The iconic koalas at Cleland Wildlife Park will start again this weekend with other new animal encounter experiences

The popular koala-taking experience has not been available to visitors due to COVID-19 restrictions The waiting experience will be available again from Saturday, January 2 with online reservations required

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Visitors to Cleland Wildlife Park will also have the option of holding a snake or lizard with the reptile experience resume

Three new close-up animal encounters will be available, including an Echidna experience, a Bird Keeper experience, and a Mini Beasts of Cleland experience

Environment and Water Minister David Speirs has declared Cleland Wildlife Park one of South Australia’s most popular attractions

“Just 20 minutes from the Adelaide CBD, Cleland Wildlife Park is one of Adelaide’s most accessible and conveniently located wildlife experiences, nestled in the heart of Cleland Conservation Park,” said Minister Speirs

“Visitors have asked when the koala holds will be available again and we’re excited to be able to bring back the wildlife park’s most popular interactive experience

“The COVID-19 restrictions have impacted everyone in different ways and I want to thank South Australians for their patience

“In exciting news, Cleland Wildlife Park will also offer new experiences starting this weekend that will allow visitors to get up close and personal with some of our other popular animals”

The first of these new encounters for Cleland Wildlife Park is the Echidna Experience, where you can get up close and personal with a parade of our native spinney friends

The second new encounter is a bird keeper experience that offers visitors an exclusive opportunity to spend time with a bird keeper Visitors can interact with a variety of bird species native to South Australia while learning about the unique habitats in which they live

For those interested in small animals, the park’s new Mini Beast Experience kicks off January 12 and is a fun and interactive opportunity to explore the interesting world of insects, spiders, beetles, ants, scorpions and other creatures. from the ocean to the outback

Experiences and tours incur additional charges, and due to expected popular demand, visitors are encouraged to book tickets online to ensure the experience they prefer

Koala, Cleland Conservation Park, Cleland

Ebene News – UA – South Australians to hug koalas again

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