Get up close to some of the World’s most deadly snakes
During your journey through the award-winning Symbio Reptile House you will come face-to-face to some of the worlds deadliest Snakes such as the infamous Inland Taipan, Tiger Snake, Death Adder, Red-Belly Black Snake and you guessed it, they’re all from Australia.
If deadly Snakes aren’t your flavour, you can meet Freshwater Crocodiles, American Alligators, pythons, frogs, turtles and even Australia’s favourite lizards: the Blue-Tongue Skink, Frilled Dragon, Shingle Back, Bearded Dragon, plus many more.
Each enclosure within the house is specially designed to mimic the natural landscape in which they can be found in the wild. From sculpted rock and amazing hand painted backdrops, it is one of the worlds best reptile houses and a standard attraction for Symbio and reptile-lovers everywhere.
Every day of the week you can attend the Reptile Show here at Symbio, where you have the opportunity to get up close and learn all about our amazing reptiles,
The Reptile House is a living and breathing sustainable construction that generates enough solar energy to power itself and has some spare to put back into the grid, and the multiple rainwater catchment tanks provide enough water to cater for all the enclosures along with all the surrounding landscaped gardens which surround it.
Come face-to-face with some of the world’s deadliest snakes such as the infamous Inland Taipan, Tiger Snake, Death Adder, Red-Belly Black Snake, along with some cool Australian Pythons.
Each day during our reptile presentation you will get to learn all about our amazing snakes.Show Times
The Reptile House homes some of the most iconic Australian Lizards there are. You will get to see unique and famous Australian species such as the Blue-Tongued Skink, Frilled Dragon, Shingleback, Bearded Dragon plus many more.
We even house one of the only venous lizards in the world, the Gila Monster, native to the USA.
Each day during our reptile presentation you will get to learn all about our amazing lizards.Show times