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For the first time ever in Australia, you can get face-to-face with a Fennec Fox at Billabong Zoo Koala & Wildlife Park.
Did you know when koalas are born, they’re roughly the size of a jellybean, with no hair, no ears and are blind?
Did you know baby Meerkats can be called pups, kittens or cubs? Our zoo keepers are praying for Meerkat pups after pairing Annika with one of our boys
The Cheetah Outreach Trust is struggling to keep its doors open due to the impact of COVID-19 on tourism.
Read this update from the latest Wombat Foundation News about the significant progress made in identifying additional habitat.
Whether you're a curious snake observer or you have an avid interest, we have a whole range of snakes at Billabong Zoo for you to see!
If we said, Suricata Suricata - would you have any idea what we were talking about? Maybe or maybe not... well it's the scientific name for Meerkats!
Simone Popp is our Senior Koala Keeper at Billabong Zoo and her primary focus is looking after our koalas and primates.
Enjoy this clip showing some of our fantastic personal animal encounters.
Hear from Zoo Keeper, Simone, about our Adopt a Koala Programme.
Hear from Mark Stone, Owner/Director of Billabong Zoo how it's all going!
Wanting to buy something a little different for your family and friends?
Penguin Awareness Day on 20th January 2020 aims to bring international focus on the conservation of penguin habitats and raise awareness.
Ashley presents our beautiful Dingoes at Billabong Zoo, Port Macquarie.
Learn more about our Small Monkeys (also known as Common Marmosets) from our knowledgeable Zoo Keeper, Simone.
Limited Edition: Billabong Zoo Calendar 2020 - Billabong Zoo's own animals!
Did you know that the top speed of a Southern Hairy Nosed Wombat is approximately 40km/hr?
Meet our small monkeys, Miguel, Romina, Celeste and Alehandra.
The Billabong Zoo team are proud to announce that our African Lions, Misty and Milo have become proud parents... AGAIN!
Ever wonder what it’s like to be a Zoo Keeper? Well, here’s a description of a typical day in the life of Blake Stone, one of our senior Zoo Keepers
At Billabong Zoo, we are committed to conservation through education and this means helping humans to live harmoniously with animals.
We now have some mischievous little monkeys, called Common Marmosets that have taken up residence at Billabong Zoo!