Mogo Wildlife Park

Full details and Itinerary

Camping starts on Friday the 2nd of April. Bookings will open on Monday the 8th of March.

The South Coast was at the centre of the devastating 2019/2020 fire crisis and our business, in conjunction with the team at Mogo Wildlife Park is excited to be creating this new and exciting opportunity for people to embrace the great outdoors.

Mogo Wildlife Park is part of the small rural village of Mogo located South of Batemans Bay on the South Coast of New South Wales. Sydney, Melbourne, and Canberra residents have been escaping to the South Coast for decades.

Accommodation on the South Coast is already heavily booked for the April school holidays in 2021 however our camping opportunity gives you the chance to make a booking and enjoy this unique camping experience. Book your overnight camping experience now, which includes your tents erected for your arrival, stretcher beds to maximum weight 120kg, linen, sleeping bag and pillow if required plus enjoy our group animal encounter on arrival. Hear about our local history, you’ll love our prepared dinner and live country music around the campfire. The following morning enjoy tea/coffee to start your day followed by breakfast then full entry to Mogo Wildlife Park which includes Giraffe feeding. We operate during school holidays only. Outside of the school holidays we can operate on a Friday or Saturday night however this is for group bookings only. Minimum booking 20 people. Our positions are limited so we suggest you secure your booking quickly.

Our overnight camping adventure at Mogo Wildlife Park caters for singles, couples, families, and groups.

Please call our bookings team on 0414 011 252 regarding your request.

 

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Mogo Zoo Attraction

Entry to Mogo Zoo is included in your overnight Great Camping Adventure, but if camping is not your thing you still need to visit the south coasts number 1 tourist attraction. Tickets available by clicking here.

Itinerary

3:30pm – 4pm

Guests are encouraged to arrive any time from 3:30pm. It’s crucial that all guests have been checked in prior to 4pm as we have a scheduled animal encounter that must start right on 4:30pm. A Great Camping Adventure representative will be located inside the main gates from 3:30pm. If guests arrive late they will, unfortunately miss out on the animal encounter.

4:15pm – 4:30pm

Introduction and induction to our camping ground. There is important information that we need to discuss due to the fact that we are camping at a Wildlife Park with animals in a close proximity. At 4:30pm all guests will be introduced to our Mogo Wildlife guide and he/she will take you on your animal encounter.

6pm

Once you have returned to our camping grounds you will have some downtime to ensure your tent is perfect for your night ahead. Your host will also share the history of our region explaining the importance of our South Coast paradise in the construction of the Sydney Harbour Bridge and how Captain Cook once sailed past here on his journey of discovery.

6:30pm – 7:30pm

Dinner is served. Due to Covid 19 all guests will be served their food. We will have tables and chairs set out in accordance with our Covid safe plan.

8pm

There is nothing more Australian than live country music around the campfire. Sit back and relax and enjoy the sounds of Australia with our live country music singer.

9:30pm – 10pm

Quiet time and readiness for bed

6am – 7:30am

Your host will be up waiting and have your tea/coffee/hot chocolate ready for the start of your new day

8am – 9am

A set breakfast is served inside the park, which includes: bacon and egg rolls, fruit platters, tea, coffee, and juice. Our team will communicate with you prior to your camping experience to plan ahead and ensure we have your breakfast ready for you.

9am

Park is now officially open and your overnight camping fee includes full park entry and your giraffe feeding experience.

It’s important that you read and understand our terms and conditions before booking.

Terms and Conditions: The camping grounds are located within Mogo Wildlife Park. As per regulations from the NSW RFS and NSW law this venue is a smoke free zone, and this behaviour is strictly prohibited. Pets are not permitted on the premises for the duration of your stay. The premises are under 24-hour surveillance. Vehicle access will be provided to the camp site grounds. Please follow the directional signage to the overflow carpark. A designated parking area has been allocated adjacent to the camping grounds. Vehicles are parked at your own risk and Management is not responsible for the theft or damage to vehicles or contents. You agree to act at all times in a safe and appropriate manner whilst on the premises of Mogo Wildlife Park and to abide by all directions given by Mogo or other authorised personnel and to obey the instructions on any signs displayed within the park. Any trespassers beyond the camping grounds will be prosecuted. Only use designated pathways within the premises and you must always stay within camping boundaries, unless with authorised personnel. It is essential that all children under the age of 18 are supervised by a responsible adult at all times. Children must remain calm and quiet during animal encounters, to ensure that we can provide a stress-free and relaxed environment for the animals and keepers. At 4.30pm sharp we commence the animal encounter. Guests void experience if not present at the commencement of this experience and refunds will not be provided if you do not participate in the encounter experience. As the needs and welfare of our animals are our most significant priority, Mogo Wildlife Park reserves the right to postpone or cancel additional Mogo experiences at any given time. This can include extreme weather conditions such as high temperatures and animal behaviour. All animal encounters are subject to availability of the chosen animal. Mogo Wildlife Park reserves the right to substitute the experience. We will endeavour to provide a similar experience in this unlikely circumstance. Animals can be dangerous and can cause injury and my viewing of any animal is on the condition that I exercise care and commonsense including, without limitation, not entering into any cage or enclosure or into any animal or placing or throwing any object at any animal or into any cage or enclosure. Your overnight camping experience will proceed regardless of weather, unless severe conditions or emergency situations alter that decision. You will be contacted ahead of time if your experience needs to be postponed or refunded. You are responsible for discarding of your rubbish in the designated rubbish bins. Any guests breaching the terms and conditions of entry and camping will be required to leave the camping site and premise of Mogo Wildlife Park and forfeit the right to a refund.

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