TIGER ENCOUNTER

Have you ever found yourself face-to-face with one of the largest species of big cats in the world? If not, come meet our beautiful Tiger, Kinwah! During this up-close encounter, you will be amazed at the size, power, and appetite of this critically endangered animal.  If you're a true cat lover, this is an absolute must-do encounter.

Make your South Coast adventure exhilarating with one of our Big Cat encounters.

TIGER ENCOUNTER DETAILS

PRice

$

AGE GROUP

Minimum age of 16

Accessibility

MAXIMUM NUMBERS

2

TERMS AND CONDITIONS

Terms & Conditions
General Admission is not included.
Our animal’s welfare is our top priority and will be determined by a Mogo Wildlife Keeper. Participants must be able and willing to follow instructions given by any wildlife park staff and keepers. By entering the encounter, participants agree to act in a safe, appropriate and respectful manner at all times. Encounter participants are to meet a keeper at the meeting point for a safety brief and introduction to the encounter before entering the enclosure.

We require a minimum of 24-hours’ notice prior to your encounter for any changes made to your booking.
Encounter Tickets are non-refundable.
GUESTS MUST BE AT THE MEETING POINT 1 HOUR PRIOR TO THE START OF THE ENCOUNTER.

Please contact us on (02) 9622 1644 for further information and availability.

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222 Tomakin Road, mogo, NSW 2536 (near batemans bay) Australia

MOGO Wildlife Park acknowledges Aboriginal people as the traditional custodians of the land on which our offices and operations are located, and we pay our respects to Elders past, present and future.

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