23 April 2013
This Thursday 25 April, ANZAC day, 175 lucky guests get chance to be part of our exclusive night time extravaganza, Dine With The Wildlife! But hurry, tickets for the opportunity to dine in the dark with the Irwin family and our amazing wildlife are selling like hot cakes!
Terri, Bindi and Robert Irwin, as well as many special roving animal guests, will join diners on the night.
"Here at Australia Zoo we're all about getting up close and personal with wildlife, and our Dine with the Wildlife event offers visitors the chance to meet our awesome alligators, cuddly koalas and cheeky Tasmanian devils (don't worry - our Tassie Devils don't eat too much!), and many more of our other fantastic wildlife," said Australia Zoo spokeswoman Lauren Stuart.
"Guests also have the exclusive opportunity to sit at a table with Terri, Bindi and Robert Irwin by bidding on a silent auction held throughout the day. The auction closes at 4.30pm, and all proceeds will help patients at the Australia Zoo Wildlife Hospital."
Tickets are $89 for adults and $65 for children ($65 and $45 for Annual Members respectively), which includes admission to Australia Zoo from 3:45pm - 8:30pm. Not only that, we're putting on a special screening of Steve's documentary Ghosts of War, an epic 2-part series visiting the notorious and legendary battle grounds of the Pacific conflict between the Allied forces and Japan. The film is a unique tribute to the lives of a generation lost in battle, and the historical events that changed our world forever and shaped the Australian nation.
For more information and to book your seats for this one-of-a-kind exclusive event, check out www.australiazoo.com.au.
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