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Come and visit all of your furry, feathered and scaly friends at Featherdale Sydney Wildlife Park, one of Greater Western Sydney's best tourist attractions. With over 2,000 native animals, it is home to the world’s largest collection of Australian animals. Visit as often as you like with $20 off annual passes to both Featherdale Sydney and Mogo Wildlife Park, or come for the day with savings on general admission tickets.
Why buy Featherdale Wildlife Park tickets?
Great day out for the whole family
Free wildlife presentations
Free walk-through Koala Sanctuary
Only 40 minutes from Sydney
How to redeem?
How much does it cost to visit?
How do I get there?
From Sydney CBD, take the M4 to Wallgrove Road in Eastern Creek. Take the Wallgrove Road exit from Western Motorway/M4 and turn right onto Wallgrove Road. Use the right two lanes to turn right onto Great Western Highway/A44. Turn left onto Doonside Road, then turn right to stay on Doonside Road. Turn right onto Kildare Road (go through two roundabouts) and continue for 1.4 km until you reach the zoo on the left-hand side. You can park for free in the main car park or overflow car park.
By public transport
From Sydney CBD, take a train to Blacktown Station on the North Shore and Western line. Walk to bus stand E just outside the station and take the number 729 bus to the park entrance (approximately 10 minutes). Check the Transport NSW website for timetables.