HUNTER Valley Zoo has welcomed a number of adorable additions into the family - both feathered and furry.
From snuggle pot wombats to playful emus, the Nulkaba zoo is almost bursting with new baby animals.
Zoo Keeper Daisy Murphy said the zoo was ecstatic at the variety of babies they had welcomed.
"We've had quite a few new arrivals over the last couple months and it's nice to have a mixture, " she said.
"Everyone loves babies, especially the baby wombats who are adorable."
There are a number of new additions include four beautiful baby squirrel monkeys, three Australian Bustards, two baby wombats, two emu chicks, three little deer, three macaws and a koala joey.
Ms Murphy added the zoo was a hive of activity with the babies creating lots of work for the dedicated keepers, who are hand raising a number of the animals.
"The two wombats were orphaned so they are being hand raised by keepers," she said.
Wombat meet and greets are held daily at 11.30am so visitors can share a cuddle with Ziggy or Banjo.