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Our Prices | Park Map | Opening Hours

Our Prices

Ticketing Entrance Prices
  • 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 or family passes
  • We have discounted pricing for special needs also – see our Special Needs 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, encounters 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 which include all daily animal encounter times.
  • 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.

Butterfly Creek Map

Opening Hours

Butterfly Creek is open every day of the year except Christmas Day and Boxing Day! Best of all we do not charge a public holiday surcharge. Bookings are not required unless there are over 15 people, please see Groups for more info.

April – Oct 9:30 am to 5.00 pm with last entry at 4.00pm (No change for weekends, public holidays or school holidays during this time)
Nov – Mar Mon – Fri (term time) 9.30 am to 5pm with last entry at 4pm (Weekends, school & public holidays 9am to 5.30 pm – last entry at 4.30pm)

Testimonials

“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.”

Barbara