Halls Gap Zoo will be open to the public on Sunday, courtesy of Stawell and Horsham Toyota.
There is free entry to the zoo for all, although a gold coin donation at the zoo entrance on the day will be appreciated as all proceeds from the day will go to the CFA and SES, as a special thank you for their work and support during the January bushfires.
The zoo will open on Sunday at 10am and extra activities for the kids on the day will include a jumping castle, face painting and rock climbing wall.
To add to the proceeds from the day a barbecue will be available at a small cost.
Stawell and Horsham Toyota will unveil the all new Toyota models, the Corolla Sedan and the Kruger SUV.
Patrons on the day will be invited to test drive the new models and special deals will be offered on any vehicles sold on the day.
Stawell and Horsham Toyota will be donating $200 to the CFA/SES for each vehicle sold at the zoo open day.
The zoo will launch the open day with the former Minister for Youth, Sport and Recreation, Hugh Delahunty, celebrating the State Government's contribution to the zoo's giraffe complex and the bio security perimeter fence.
It will be a big family day with two major services to benefit.