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You Can Drink Wine & Meet Baby Kangaroos At Calgary's Adults-Only Party This Fall

Wine and animals are our two favourite things!

You can enjoy one of the best parts of Australia, much closer to home. Without question, no trip to "down under" would be complete without seeing some bouncing kangaroos on the Outback. But instead of wasting an entire day flying across the globe, you can visit Cobb's Adventure Park in Calgary. They will be hosting adult-only events this fall where you can drink wine and meet baby kangaroos.*

This year you'll be able to join in on Saturday, October 3, from 6 p.m. to 10 p.m. The kangaroo-filled park told Narcity that guests would get to enjoy seeing baby kangaroos at this kid-free event.

When you arrive, you'll get one alcoholic beverage and delicious appetizer ticket. But if you are still hungry, there will be food trucks selling drinks and snacks, including mini donuts, burgers, poutine and ice cream.

Until 8 p.m, you'll also get the chance to visit all the adorable animals on site. Some of the critters you'll get to see are wallabies, bunnies, and the incredible sugar gliders (they are similar to a flying squirrel).

Then you'll get to feel like a kid again, as you have the best time ever at all the fantastic activities.

Plus, you can climb into Zorbs and move play around inside the human-sized hamster balls.

There are also pedal carts, archery tag, axe throwing, blacklight mini-golf, a fence maze and more.

To wrap up the night there will be a bonfire to keep everyone toasty and you'll get to meet some joeys.

One thing is for sure you won't want to miss this incredible opportunity to sip wine while you explore the adventure park.

Last year tickets to the event sold out, so you'll want to buy yours as soon as possible. They are available for sale online and cost $39.99 per person.

Cobb's Adventure Park Adults Only Nights

Price: $39.99

When: Saturday, October 3

Address: 1500 84th St. N.E., Calgary, AB

Why You Need To Go: You can sip wine and meet with baby kangaroos.