Discounted tickets for locals and regional Victorians at Ballarat tourist attractions
Ballarat tourist attractions are offering discounted tickets to help attract local and regional Victorian visitors this winter.
Discounts of up to 50 per cent are available at Sovereign Hill, Kryal Castle and the Ballarat Wildlife Park.
To ensure safety protocols and guidelines are observed, tickets must be pre-booked online for Sovereign Hill, Kryal Castle and the Art Gallery of Ballarat.
Bradshaw Street, Ballarat
- Until 23 August, Sovereign Hill tickets are discounted to adult $30 (normally $61), child $20 (normally $26.90), and family with up to four children $100 (normally $152).
- Tickets must be pre-purchased online at bookings.sovereignhill.com.au
- Tickets are initially limited to 1000 visitors per day.
- The outdoor museum is open 10am-5pm Friday, Saturday and Sunday each week for the immediate future.
Ballarat Wildlife Park
250 Fussell Street, Ballarat
- Mention the code word "Be Kind" at the ticket office for a 10% discount at the Ballarat Wildlife Park (excludes concession tickets).
- No bookings required.
- Tickets are adult $35, concession $29, child (5-15 years) $19.50, and family $95 (two adults with up to four children).
- The park is open 9am-5pm daily.
121 Forbes Road, Leigh Creek
- Until 31 August, use the code word "Regional" to receive a 50% discount on Kryal Castle's general admission tickets.
- Tickets must be pre-purchased online at www.trybooking.com
- Tickets are adult $35 and child $22.
- The tourist attraction is open weekends 10am-4pm.
Art Gallery of Ballarat
40 Lydiard Street North, Ballarat
- Tickets to the Art Gallery of Ballarat are free and initially limited to 50 visitors per one-hour session.
- Tickets must be pre-booked at artgalleryofballarat.com.au/book-tickets
- Only the gallery's ground floor is open to the public.
- The gallery is open 10am-5pm daily.
Creswick Woollen Mills
Railway Parade, Creswick
- Entry to Creswick Woollen Mills is free.
- It is open 10am-4pm daily.
As the government's COVID-19 restrictions continue to change, we encourage you to be kind, stay safe, maintain social distancing and use common sense. And if you're unwell, please stay home.