Noah's News Blog

Introducing Gus, the baby giraffe!


We’re delighted to announce the birth of gorgeous Gus, a baby giraffe born to mum Genny and late father, popular Gerald.

Gus was born at 7.07pm on Thursday 11th May. Both Gus and Genny are doing very well, with Gus exploring his new home and feeding from mum.


Visitors can see Gus inside the Giraffe House at Noah’s Ark Zoo Farm from tomorrow morning, Saturday 12th May.

It’s a Boy! Genny gives birth to baby giraffe from Noah’s Ark on Vimeo.

Bear Awareness Day


On the 13th May, Noah’s Ark Zoo will be celebrating Bear Awareness Day! Come along to the Zoo and get to know our two Andean Bears, Tupa and Sonco, during our one-off Bear Awareness talk at 3pm!! Get involved with our special bear-themed activity stall and watch in awe as we set up our own teddy bears picnic for our bears.

On the day we will be raising money for the World Land Trust who are actively aiding the conservation of Andean Bears and many other species through protecting biodiverse and threatened habitats. For more information on their efforts check out their website:

Bring along your favourite Teddy to get HALF PRICE child entry!!

(One half price child per transaction. Not to be used in conjunction any other offer or online tickets)

Ark Arrivals

There has been a bit of a baby boom here at Noah’s Ark!


Our lovely El Glama and the rest of her llama herd have welcomed a beautiful little boy into the world. Once the keepers got to know his playful nature they named him Crash Bandicoot.


Rhianna the Reindeer recently gave birth to a beautiful healthy girl. Our keepers are waiting to get to know her a bit more before giving her a name. Come and visit our show pens to meet this lovely little one and her mum.


We have a teeny tiny addition to our Southeast Asian box turtle family. Southeast Asian Box Turtles are vulnerable to extinction in the wild and every new individual is precious to the species.