What you'll do
As the sun goes down in Centennial Park our adventure is just beginning! Grab a torch and join us for a walk at dusk, the most exciting time of day for wildlife watching. With a guide by your side you will get to explore this great park during sunset and into the dark, searching for Australia's weird and wonderful creatures. We know the habits, hiding places, and life stories of the park's wild residents, and as we walk through the park we'll take you to some of our favourite spots to view a huge variety of Australian animals including fruit bats (flying-foxes), cockatoos, possums, black swans, eels, spiders, and lots more! Sunset is the most magical time to be out in nature as you get to see the day shift animals hand over to the night shift, and enjoy being immersed in Australia's fabulous wildlife.
All hosts must follow guidelines created with World Animal Protection.
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Centennial Park Tourguides
I'm Jal and have been working in science and the outdoors for my entire career and in Centennial Park for five years. I have also worked as a wildlife rescuer, specialising in the wonderful fruit bats we have in the park, possibly my favourite animal (if I had to pick just one!). If I am not around one of my amazing colleagues will host you. We all work as educators at the park where we aim to instil a love and understand of nature in all our visitors.
About the organisation
The Centennial Park and Moore Park Trust
The Centennial Park and Moore Park Trust is responsible for the one of the largest urban parks. Centennial Park was founded by Henry Parkes as the "People's Park" and people visit our parks for peace, relaxation, sport, and education. Entry is free but some special events are ticketed. We provide a range of community events, classes, tours and activities led by our expert Education Rangers.
This is a social impact experience where 100% of what you pay for this experience goes to The Centennial Park and Moore Park Trust .
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Where you'll be
Centennial Parklands is the largest and most beautiful park in Sydney, and provides a habitat for a huge range of wild animals. It's a favourite place for relaxation and nature enthusiasts but also gives you an insight into Sydney's amazing history. The park is home to fruit bats, kookaburras, cockatoos, black swans, possums, microbats, eels, spiders and many more iconic Australian animals.
Keep these in mind
Any experience can be cancelled and fully refunded within 24 hours of purchase.
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Up to 10 guests aged 12 and up can attend.
Bring a small torch/flashlight, one on your phone is fine. We will walk through the park for 1.5-2 hours so please wear comfortable shoes. Please note that the walk is designed for adults or children over 12 years old. Contact us for children programs.
Sydney Wildlife Walk by Night
£22 / person
£22 / person