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Come and bring your own tent, van or swag and join us for a unique experience, exclusively offered to our members and their guests. After being taken on a behind the scenes experience, you can enjoy sundowner drinks overlooking a beautiful aspect of the Park before returning to our bush camp, Indaba, for a fireside feast where you can relax and listen to the sounds of the bush at night. In the morning, wake up to the ‘call of the wild’ as the new day dawns join our guides for a visit behind the scenes to watch as the keeper moves our magnificent pride of lions from their night quarters  in preparation for the day’s public viewing.  You will then be returned to Indaba to enjoy a fully cooked breakfast before you pack your tent and then either exit the park or spend the remainder of the day at the zoo, touring on our Zuloop.

Toilet facilities but no showers are available. Please wear sturdy shoes and clothing appropriate to the weather and bring sunscreen and insect repellant.

Numbers are limited so make sure you book early for this event. Timings indicated above are subject to change as a result of animal management issues.

This is an Adults (18+) only event.

Adult Members $200 each

Adult non-Members $235 each

Life members are entitled to bring 1 guest at the members’ price.

Unfortunately this event has now sold out.

Details

Start:
September 23 @ 2:00 pm
End:
September 24 @ 11:00 am
Event Category:

Venue

Monarto Zoo
Old Princes Highway
Monarto South, SA 5254 Australia
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Phone:
+ 61 8 8534 4100
Website:
https://www.monartozoo.com.au/

Organiser

Monarto Zoo Volunteers

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