This blog has taken me a while to write, as each time I went to approach it, I was still too excited! The Zoofari stay at Western Plains Zoo was ‘simply the best’ … yep, singing here … ‘better than all the rest’ …
Firstly, it was Gem that this experience was
Here’s some info about the Zoofari stay from me. but also click here to go to the website.
The Zoofari Lodge Stay includes:
Zoo entry for two days
Bike hire (including ones with kiddie trailers)
Amazing African-inspired dinner and breakfast, as well as local wine tasting and cheese platter
Stunning safari-inspired luxurious tent-style accommodation (think
Behind-the-scenes night safari (I have fallen in love with rhinos) and morning animal feeding and behind-the-scenes visit (we all love giraffes
The build-up: I had told Harps that we were doing
Once we got to the Safari
Dubbo is totally worthy of a family holiday and if you’re up for a once-in-a-lifetime experience (or twice, as I already want to go back), check out the Animal Lodges Zoofari Packages.
Some photos are my own but I must give some photo credit to Dubbo Zoofari stays … and some of the guests too. Sharing is caring!
Here’s some tips:
I suggest taking a ‘ride’ on the wild side, as in
I am so glad we took the bike option (you can drive, walk, buggy or bike). It’s just so much fun and a chance
The Western Plains Zoo is our new
The zookeeper talks are great – we listened to the one on cheetahs and watched them get fed. They made the cutest noises and Gem was very keen to help!
The girls, especially Harper have
Taronga Western Plains Zoo – we love you!
White rhinos 🦏 are now my
This experience has also got me thinking about visiting Africa … we’ll start by rewatching Out of Africa today 🦒