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Butterfly Creek Annual Passes

Love coming to Butterfly Creek and want to visit as many times as you like for one great price. Purchase a Butterfly Creek Annual Pass, and get up close with the animals all year round. A great membership for the entire family or a lovely gift for someone special.

Corporate Annual Pass: Want a flexible annual pass for your staff and their families? Email us today about our Flexible Corporate Annual Pass.

Annual Pass Prices

Annual Pass Price
Child 3-15 years $57
Adult 16+ $93
Senior 65 years+/ Special Assistance $79
Family pass (2 adults, 2 children) $259
Extra child after 2nd paying child $49
Child flexi (any adult to accompany the specified child) $175
Adult flexi (any child to accompany the specified adult) $175

Annual Pass Benefits:

  • Unlimited daytime entry 9.30am – 5pm to all exhibits including Dinosaur Kingdom & Mythic Creatures
  • 1 x free train ride per visit
  • Bring a friend for FREE* on your birthday (can be an adult or child, visit must be 1 week prior or after visit)
  • Quarterly digital newsletters plus regular alerts about special events, offers etc.
  • Preferential booking on our Junior Keeper programme
  • 1 x free adult entrance when booking a birthday party at Butterfly Creek
  • 10% discount off all goods from the ‘Flutterbuys’ gift shop
  • 10% discount when you renew your annual pass within 3 months of it expiring
  • Discounts at Rocket Ropes, SEA LIFE Kelly Tarlton’s Aquarium up to 20% off when show annual pass

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Terms and Conditions

  1. Butterfly Creek Annual Pass card must be presented on arrival, no card no entry
  2. Passes are non-transferable and can not be used by anyone other than the card holder named on the card
  3. *Free birthday entry must be within one week of the birthday
  4. A replacement fee of $10 will be charged for a lost card


“This was fantastic value for money. We all had an amazing day. Our 2 year old loved the giant crocodile and the bugs!! Our 4 and 5 year old girls LOVED the butterflies landing on them. The petting zoo was fantastic as a contrast of pace.”