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Adult All Day

All day admission includes entrance to the park.


Child All Day

Ages (2-12 yrs) includes entrance to the park.

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Park Hours

Open daily 9 am to 7 pm

Adults $19.95 (ages 13 & Older) General Admission

Children $14.95 (ages 2-12) General Admission

Daily Schedule

Park and Ticket Booths - Open 9 am to 7 pm Wildlife Education Theater - Shows daily at Noon, 2 pm & 4 pm
Swine Time Pig Races - Daily at 11 am, 1 pm, 3 pm & 5 pm

Archive: Jun 2017

Quick Facts: Kangaroo

Quick Facts: Kangaroo

Posted June 25, 2017 in Uncategorized

Hello all, welcome to the week of the kangaroo and here are some quick facts to help you start off your week! For starters there are 4 different kinds of kangaroos. There are reds, eastern greys, western greys and antilopine kangaroos. At Timbavati Wildlife Park we have reds and greys. Don’t ask me if they’re east or west, all I know is that they get along! Kangaroos eat grasses, flowers, leaves, ferns, moss sometimes they have the occasional insect, you know roo food groups. Like a cow does, kangaroos also regurgitate their food to chew more than once before it…
Quick Facts: Capybara

Quick Facts: Capybara

Posted June 19, 2017 in Uncategorized

Greetings friends and welcome to the week of the Capybara at Timbavati Wildlife Park! We have some quick facts to share! That’s right ladies and gentlemen this week weighing in at a staggering 150 pounds (on the large end) we have the Capybara which makes this rodent the largest member of the rodent family. Capybara Quick Facts These large rodents live in South America and pretty much stay close to water sources. If the mammal world really had an Aqua-Man, the capybara would probably be it. I mean minus the mental telepathy and all. Check it out, they can hold…
Quick Facts: Red Breasted Geese

Quick Facts: Red Breasted Geese

Posted June 5, 2017 in Uncategorized

Greetings dear friends and welcome to the week of the red breasted goose. In this week’s quick facts we will take a look at some of the more interesting facts about these birds of a feather. The red breasted goose is a native of North Eastern Europe. Siberian is literally its middle name. It also can be seen as far south as Greece. In an opinion based rant, I consider this goose to be fairly similar to other members of the species. I mean it does traditional goose things like migrate with weather. The red breasted geese also eat seeds,…