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Camperdown Wildlife Centre aims to provide an accessible programme of learning available to all abilities.

The Centre has created alternative presentations and structures for disabled visitor use.


  • Dedicated parking areas exist at our car park to allow for wheelchair users
  • Viewing paths and facilities within the Centre are fully accessible for wheelchair users
  • There is also a wheelchair available to use for any visit

alternative animal enclosure information

  • Animal enclosure information is available in a friendly book with braille printed animal information for each enclosure
  • Braille animal names are located on each enclosure panel in the Centre, to aid with visitor orientation
  • Dyslexia format labels are available printed on pastel paper with 18 point font
  • Large print format labels are available in a handbook printed using 18 point font on plain white paper
  • Audio MP3 files of individual enclosure labels and Wildlife Centre leaflet are available on CD if requested


  • One-on-one tours can be tailored for use by anyone with any disability by zoo education staff
  • Carers accompanying disabled visitors are admitted free of charge to the Wildlife Centre
  • All curriculum education materials can be produced in large print format on request.

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fact file

They mostly eat fruits, but also flowers and leaves of over 60 different plant species in the wild.