Amazing Experiences Sweepstakes - Take a Trip Down Under in our Australia Exhibit!

Published December 11, 2012

Australia

As part of our Amazing Experiences Sweepstakes, one lucky winner will get to experience our Animal Planet Australia: Wild Extremes exhibit like no other guests ever have!

Start a barramundi feeding frenzy in our Allegheny waterfall; say hello to our cockatoo and tawny frogmouth; compare smiles with Pepe the crocodile!

During your behind-the-scenes visit, you'll meet our Tawny Frogmouth!

During your behind-the-scenes visit, you'll meet Froggy, our Tawny Frogmouth!

The winner will have a change to visit the very top of the exhibit to meet our grey-headed flying foxes and learn if the myths about bats are true. Then "go goannas" when you meet and learn about our outback monitor lizard—or goanna.

We have a diverse collection of reptiles native to the Australian outback, like this Spiny-tailed monitor.

We have a diverse collection of reptiles native to the Australian outback, like this Spiny-tailed monitor.

On this personal guided tour with our exhibit curator, you will get the full behind-the-scenes tour of this incredible exhibit, up close encounters with our most popular animals, participate in feedings, and see areas of Animal Planet Australia: Wild Extremes not usually seen by our guests.

Our little slice of Australia (conveniently located in Baltimore) offers visitors a truly immersive experience:  as you walk through the bottom of the northern river gorge, get close to 1,800 individual native animals representing 120 species, many of these unique and unusual animals are found only in Australia.

So – Want a chance to take a trip to Outback without leaving the Inner Harbor?

There are five great ways to be entered to win! 

Stay tuned for more features on our once-in-a-lifetime sweepstakes prizes! Winners will be announced on our Facebook page starting December 17!

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