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Auckland Zoo’s Wildly Good Christmas Party!

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13 December 2002


Auckland Zoo’s Wildly Good Christmas Party!

Saturday 21 December (5pm– 9pm)


Get along to Auckland Zoo on 21 December and join television personality Suzy Cato, host WNTV presenter Belinda Simpson, and other awesome entertainers for the wildest Christmas party in town.

Kids, be ready for fun entertainment with Suzy. The famous Bumble will be performing his shows ‘You are Special’ and ‘Bumble Bops’. The Aunties will delight you with their own weird and wonderful antics, and Captain Ricardo will amaze you with swashbuckling tales!

You can hear the most amazing gospel choir, Spacific Voice, and join them in singing all your Christmas favourites. And of course, the star of the night, Santa, will also be joining us.

All adults will receive a free beverage (until stocks run dry!), and there’ll be yummy goodies for the kids.

Why not come early, explore the Zoo and visit the animals. Bring a picnic hamper and enjoy dinner in the Zoo grounds. You can also purchase dinner and other refreshments from our café Darwin’s.

Calci yum baby giraffe naming competition
Suzy Cato will also be announcing the winners of the Calci Yum baby giraffe naming competition at this event– so if you have entered, be sure to get along and find out if you’re a winner! The winning names for our beautiful new baby giraffes will also be announced on our website www.aucklandzoo.co.nz In the meantime if you would like to enter, an entry form is up on our site in the ‘What’s New at the Zoo’ section.

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