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Go wild on the South Coast these school holidays

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Lemurs at Mogo Wildlife Park

The lemur boys of Mogo Wildlife Park. Photo: Mogo Wildlife Park Facebook.

School holidays on the NSW South Coast just got a little wild, with Mogo Wildlife Park launching a new visitor experience.

Just over a year after the Black Summer bushfire crisis devastated the region, the wildlife park has launched a bespoke camping option, Camping at Mogo, for visitors and locals.

The all-inclusive package includes tents, beds, meals and a group animal encounter, and zookeeper Chad Staples expects it to be a roaring success.

“It’s something we have been trying to set up and get going for some time so it’s very exciting to be opening for the Easter school holidays,” says Zookeeper Chad.

“Campers will be surrounded by the sights and…



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