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Signs make the place a little run down and it is a little dated but it’s adds to the charm.
Entry is reasonably priced. Bag of kangaroo food with each entry ticket.
Plenty of free range wallabies who are keen for a belly scratch and...More
OK, this is not a zoo. No groomed pathways and cages. Wallabies & kangaroos and birds roam freely, so that means poo on the ground and animals scratching themselves and other natural acts. What this means for you is real hands on ability to touch...More
Although reviews were mixed, we decided to go here instead of the koala reserve.
The place looks a bit tired, but there is lots to see. The reptiles house is interesting.
Lots of other animals and birds to see, birds of prey, some rare animals...More
The Wildlife park had a good selection of animals some enclosures were good but a lot were small and boring for the animals causing many of them to pace along the walls. There was also a lot of caged birds which I don’t agree with...More
Overall it was a really enjoyable experience with a particular highlight being able to walk up and feed many friendly kangaroos and wallabies.
I would recommend this park to anyone wanting to spend an hour or two seeing some of Australia’s best animals and would...More
Have visited Phillip Island quite a few times and driven past this park Without much interest. Silly me, I could have been enjoying this little treasure along time ago.Fabulous Park with the great interaction With the animals,lovely grounds and you could easily spend the whole...More
Response from fbreasley | Reviewed this property |
I am sorry I do not think so, you could ask the owners but it is unlikely. Hope you one and enjoy your stay. There is also the Koala Park it had more Koalas and excellent viewing. I don't think they allow people to hold... More
I am sorry I do not think so, you could ask the owners but it is unlikely. Hope you one and enjoy your stay. There is also the Koala Park it had more Koalas and excellent viewing. I don't think they allow people to hold the Koalas but yo can always ask. Cheers Ted