Noah’s Ark is looking for a saviour | Photos

As rain falls over the region, there is one place in Wagga we should turn for salvation – the giant ark on the highway.

Noah’s Ark has been a popular children’s entertainment destination for about 16 years and now it needs your help.

Owners Tim and Denise Taylor purchased the business about four-and-a-half years ago but it is time to move on.

The couple are selling to concentrate on family and their other business venture.

“This decision hasn’t come lightly, there’s been tears,” Mrs Taylor said.

Mrs Taylor has watched children from multiple families grow over the years but seeing the looks on children’s has been the most fulfilling part of the job.

“There’s always different opportunities but we’d like to see new owners keep it as Noah’s Ark,” she said.

The business, not the building, is selling for $160,000 (negotiable) and includes the playground and kitchen equipment.

Expressions of interest can be made to

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