The Fund operates under the umbrella branding of ‘Australian Wildlife Parks’ and consists of three assets:

  • Featherdale Wildlife Park (Featherdale), located in Western Sydney, managed by ENN since 2013 and acquired by the Fund in 2019
  • Mogo Wildlife Park (Mogo), located in Batemans Bay on the NSW South Coast and acquired by the Fund in 2019
  • Hunter Valley Wildlife Park (Hunter Valley), located in the Hunter Valley wine region of NSW and acquired by the Fund in 2021

These three assets have a combined value of $60.9m and are all iconic Australian wildlife parks, each with strong real estate backing, high brand awareness and a long history of profitability.

The Fund is pursuing the acquisition of additional high investment quality assets in the fragmented Australian private zoo and wildlife park sector. The Fund will also look to acquire leisure assets that are complementary to the Portfolio or have the potential to incorporate a wildlife experience.

The Fund’s strategy is to leverage Elanor’s highly experienced wildlife park management capability to drive significant additional revenues and cost efficiencies across the portfolio as well as execute on multiple value add strategic opportunities.

If you are an Elanor Wildlife Park Fund note holder through FIIG, please visit the noteholder Investor Portal.