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We’ve got something that QLD doesn’t

By 14 July 2021August 3rd, 2021News


Did you know that pet bunnies are banned in Queensland? But it’s all fluffy cuddles in New South Wales!

We’re an interactive animal park between Byron and Ballina and we have some seriously adorable bunnies, just waiting to be cuddled! We have grey bunnies, black and white bunnies, floppy eared bunnies, dwarf bunnies, baby bunnies, the list goes on!

While you’re visiting, check out our 18-hole mini golf course, waterplay, train rides, two playgrounds, legendary pancakes, and over 150 animals including kangaroos, koalas, crocodiles and snakes! A whole day of fun for the whole family.

You can find us just 50 minutes south of the border- the closest location to you for bunny cuddles! Why not make a weekend out of it with the amazing amounts of accommodation and visitation options in Byron Bay and surrounds!

Book your tickets now!


About the bunny ban

Queensland has the toughest anti-rabbit regime in the world. In Queensland, a rabbit is considered a ‘restricted invasive animal’ under the Biosecurity Act 2014. Anyone found illegally keeping rabbits can be issued with an on-the-spot fine of $2,200. The maximum penalty for keeping rabbits in Queensland is $44,000.

Numerous e-petitions have been circulating over the years, many owners even trying and palm their rabbits off as “long-eared guinea pigs” to avoid fines!