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Our Prices

We no longer offer the Farm Pass, however we offer a great value All Attractions pass to see the whole park. Save 11% on your visit with our popular Family Pass, or choose one of our great value Annual Passes.

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  • Groups of 10+ get a 10% discount if paid as one payment on day of visiting. Not available with other offers or for students, seniors, extra children or family passes
  • We can also offer discounted pricing for people that require special assistance – see our Special Assistance page.
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Park Map

Butterfly Creek is very easy to navigate, making it easy for toddlers and senior citizens. Allow for approximately 2 – 3 hours to see everything, then extra time for the train and stopping for lunch.

  • Toilets are located at the end of the cafe and outside near the courtyard.
  • There is a wheelchair accessible toilet located near the courtyard.
  • Butterfly Creek caters for all wheelchairs, walkers, strollers and double buggies.
  • There is a purified water station situated near the courtyard.
  • Free maps are available at the shop.
  • There is a parent’s room next to the courtyard – a quiet spot to feed and change nappies.
  • Highchairs are available for use in the cafe.

Download our map, or get one when you visit from reception.

Opening Hours

We’re open 7 days a week except Christmas & Boxing Day (25th & 26th of December 2020)

Weekday hours: 9.30am to 4.00pm (last entry 3.00pm)

Weekends Public & School Holidays hours: 9.30am to 5.00pm (last entry 4.00pm)


“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.”


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