Spoil Mum at Alma on Mothers Day!

Download your special discount voucher for Mothers Day!

There is always much to see at Alma Park Zoo and it is the perfect venue to spend time with Mum on Mothers Day!  There are over 200 different species of animals at Alma and we also provide our guests with opportunities to interact Koalas, Kangaroos, Wallabies, Pythons or any of the animals touring around the Zoo with Keepers on the day.

To redeem the special “Mums at Kids Entry Prices”  please download and print the voucher below and present to our Ticket Office on Sunday May 12th!  This offer is only valid if the voucher is presented to the Ticket Office.


Pack a Picnic Lunch!

You can also pack a picnic basket and use our free onsite BBQ’s for a BBQ lunch.  Our BBQ areas are located in the centre of the Zoo under the shade of large rainforest trees.   Car parking is within the Zoo, so you have an opportunity to return to your car during the day to grab your picnic basket for a family picnic in the Gardens.  To assist you to plan your Mother’s Day at Alma Park Zoo, you can download and print our Zoo Map.

Alma Park Zoo Map – January 2013

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Exploring the western section of the Zoo in the morning to see Maly the Sunbear, Simba the Dingo, the Black Capuchin Monkeys, Charlie the Cockatoo and to wander through the Kangaroo and Wallaby enclosures. You can also see Alf the Tapir, Emus, Rheas and Cassowary before arriving at Presentation Park for Keeper Presentations from 11:30am. Following Keeper Presentations, we invite our guests to pat and have Souvenir Photos taken with Koalas, Pythons or a Crocodilian.

Spend your lunch hour relaxing with your family with a BBQ Lunch or by visiting our Palm Cafe in the centre of the Zoo for lunch.

Following lunch explore the eastern section of the Zoo to see Lemurs, Baboons, Marmosets Monkeys, Tamarin Monkeys, Camels, Koalas, Wombat, Llamas, Blackbuck Antelope or to feed the Tahr and Fallow Deer.   Friendship Farm also provides your family with the opportunity to see and pat sheep, alpacas and some mystery animals that have just arrived at the Zoo!

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