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Nocturnal Wildlife Park Tours @ Albany’s Historic Whaling Station

Nocturnal Wildlife Park Tours @ Albany’s Historic Whaling Station

29 September 2023 - 06 October 2023
81 Whaling Station Road, Torndirrup WA 6330
Meet our amazing Aussie animals and passionate wildlife keepers on this twilight tour. 

Join our keepers for an hour long guided tour and discover our nocturnal furry, feathered and scaly wildlife in a whole new light – including our NEW, and very cute, Squirrel Gliders! 

The Nocturnal Wildlife Tour commences at 6pm – please arrive onsite by 5.45pm

Tours available on two nights only these spring school holidays, so book your tickets today!

  • Friday 29 September 2023
  • Friday 6 October 2023

Nocturnal Wildlife Tour

  • Adult – $25
  • Concession – $20
  • Child (4-17 years) – $15

The Nocturnal Wildlife Tour is not suitable for children under the age of 4 years.

Please note:

  • The tour is not suitable for children under the age of 4 years – children under 4 years of age will not be permitted to join the tour. 
  • The tour will go ahead rain or shine, please dress accordingly and wear closed-in flat footwear (rain coat/poncho recommended if wet weather forecast, no hi-vis clothing).
  • Please leave any torches, glow sticks and umbrellas at home – as these can scare our wildlife.
  • Photos (without flash) are encouraged and we’d love for you to share them with us @albanyshistoricwhalingstation.

Bookings are essential, as limited spaces available.

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