See & Do
Enjoy discounted entry to Ballarat’s best attractions with the Ballarat Pass.
The Ballarat Pass can only be purchased at the Ballarat Visitor Information Centre at the Town Hall, 225 Sturt St, Ballarat.
Two-attraction Ballarat Pass
(Sovereign Hill/Ballarat Wildlife Park)
|Child (5-15 years)||$44||$1.70|
|Family (2 adults, up to 4 children)||$230||$13|
Four-attraction Ballarat Pass
(Sovereign Hill/Ballarat Wildlife Park/Kryal Castle/Eureka Centre)
|Child (5-15 years)||$67||$4.70|
|Family (2 adults, up to 4 children)||$340||$20|
The multi-award winning Sovereign Hill is an outdoor living museum depicting all the excitement and adventure from the 1850s. Immerse yourself in the era and dress up in costume, pan for gold, catch a horse-drawn carriage and much much more.
Bradshaw St, Ballarat
(03) 5337 1199]
Ballarat Wildlife Park
Experience nature at its best at Victoria’s most interactive family-owned wildlife park. Hand-feed the roaming kangaroos and look out for the newest additions to the park — Sumatran tigers Maneki and Satu.
250 Fussell St, Ballarat
(03) 5333 5933
Kryal Castle is a legendary land of adventure, filled with knights, dragons, wizards, kings, queens, princesses and fairies.
121 Forbes Rd, Leigh Creek
(03) 5334 8500
The Eureka Centre is located on the historic site of the Eureka rebellion and is home to the Eureka flag. The centre is dedicated to telling the story of Eureka and its enduring link to the identity of Ballarat.
102 Stawell St, Ballarat
(03) 5333 0333
T&Cs: The Ballarat Pass is only available for sale through the Ballarat Visitor Information Centre and is valid for six months from the date of purchase. The Ballarat Visitor Information Centre also sells standard entry tickets to Sovereign Hill, Kryal Castle, the Ballarat Wildlife Park and the Eureka Centre. All passes are non-refundable and not transferable. Visit Ballarat is not liable or responsible for service delivery by any Pass participants.
Family Pass: Two adults and up to four children aged 5-15 years. Child’s Pass: 5-15 years. Student tickets: (eg. children aged over 15) need to provide valid student card with date of birth, otherwise will be considered an adult ticket. Valid concession tickets: Healthcare card (Centrelink low income card), valid Australian student card, valid Australian Seniors Card, and valid New Zealand Gold card. Cards must be presented at time of redemption, otherwise will be considered an adult ticket.