Opening times today: 10:30am - 4pm. No booking required. Under 3s get in free!

Get involved

We really appreciate your ongoing support!

Get Involved

As an not for profit animal sanctuary we are purely funded by public admissions. At Porfell Wildlife Park we ensure that all our money goes back into the park to help us continue to support our animals over the winter months. If you would like to get involved there are a few ways you can help support our animals and the park.

Donate via PayPal

If you would like to donate via PayPal we will ensure that all money received is spent on the animals, their enrichment  and the upkeep of their enclosures.

Please select the amount to donate, or click Other and enter the amount manually.

Click the Donate button and log into your Paypal account. If you don't have a Paypal account click Donate with a card on the next screen.


If you would like to become a regular volunteer for Porfell Wildlife Park please contact us. Each day is never the same and you will be placed on a regular section that needs you the most. Due to our animals you must be 18 years old and over, you will also need to have your own transport due to our location.

Amazon wish list

Take a look at our Amazon wish list if you would like to buy our animals a present. All of our presents are gratefully received by our animals. Supporting us in this way really helps them.

Sponsor an animal

To help support our animals you can sponsor them for £50 a year. Your sponsor will provide food, enrichment, veterinary care for your chosen animal and help to support the park. In return you will receive one free visit to the park, a photo of your animal and a certificate.

Food parcels

As a non for profit animal sanctuary you can help support our animals by sending them a food parcel of their favourite foods and enrichments. If you would like to support us in this way, please send us a message through the website or via Facebook and one of our keepers will get back to your chosen animal dietary requirements.

Google Reviews


Went there today for a short day trip. Overall the sanctuary is amazing with lots of animals and they all seem being taken good care of. Owl show was at 230pm and it was stunning. Children can also consider buying food to feed the animals too (but the goats are currently ill so they can’t be fed). Would love to come again x

- Janice Long Man Chu