Serpentarium Wildlife Park Tasmania

A World-Class indoor reptile exhibit, based just out of St Helens displaying exotic captive-bred pythons set in a quality museum setting. A keeper presentation and reptile interaction occur daily at midday. 1
Outdoor cafe serving coffee, light snacks, and lunch. Accessible facilities provided. Presenting a unique hands-on visitor experience into herpetology with keeper-assisted handling. Interactive educational billboards stimulate the imagination into the mysteries of the natural world, conservation ideals, mythology, sustainability and reptile husbandry.
The park features juvenile reptiles housed within extra-large feature enclosures to grow up in the Serpentarium family. Displaying hidden wonders of the world with natural gem displays, treasures, cultural, indigenous artefacts and custom presentations. The highlight offer of the Serpentarium is the hands-on visitor experience, provided through displaying educational billboards, offering keeper presentations and keeper-assisted handling. The Serpentarium shares a small library on the natural world and reptile husbandry, a microscope research station desk, and an outdoor rope climb play area for young adventurers.
Enjoy a coffee, light snack or lunch at Rios Cafe, seated under the veranda alongside Rio, our Blue & Gold Macaw, while overlooking an open bush pasture, with accessible facilities. Located at 5 West St, St Helens Tasmania, 5 minutes drive from St Helens CBD. Gift sales available offering unique jewelry, natural stone and other memorabilia.

Contact Details

5 West Street
St Helens, 7216

0438 105 179
info@serpentarium.com.au
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