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Featherdale Wildlife Park

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217 - 229 Kildare Rd | Doonside, Blacktown, New South Wales 2767, Australia
+61 2 9622 1644
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Featherdale Wildlife Park is Sydney's ultimate hands-on wildlife experience! We're located just 45 minutes drive from Sydney and en-route to the world famous Blue Mountains. With over 1,700 mammals, birds and reptiles, our comprehensive collection of Australian species awaits your visit. You can meet a Koala, feed the Kangaroos and Wallabies, admire the size of our enormous Saltwater Crocodile "Ngukkur" and loads more! There's a Kitchen and Cafe on site with an abundance of great food and beverage choices for the whole family, and a HUGE retail store for you to find the ultimate keepsake from your trip to Featherdale! We also offer FREE WIFI to visitors throughout the main facilities in the park. There is FREE onsite vehicle parking and we're easily accessible by public transportation. Simply catch a train to Blacktown and board Bus #729 to Featherdale.
  • Excellent66%
  • Very good25%
  • Average6%
  • Poor1%
  • Terrible2%
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Hours Today: 9:00 AM - 5:00 PM
Suggested Duration: 2-3 hours
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217 - 229 Kildare Rd | Doonside, Blacktown, New South Wales 2767, Australia
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Reviewed 5 days ago via mobile

Lovely wildlife park with lots of Australian animals. The mammals experience is absolutely worth it! We had a wonderful time with a nice trainer who told us all about the animals and let us pet and feed them one on one! We also made a...More

Thank ScotchAndSuits
Sara A, Director of Sales at Featherdale Wildlife Park, responded to this reviewResponded 3 days ago

Hi ScotchAndSuits, Thanks you so much for a great score! We truly appreciate your feedback and hope to see you again in rhe future :) Cheers, Sara @ Featherdale

Reviewed 5 days ago

Great place to bring overseas guests and friends. Will allow them to see first hand the Australian wildlife. It won't disappoint as the zoo has a great collections of animals such as the koala, a croc and of course the kangaroo. One can also have...More

Thank momSydney
Reviewed 1 week ago

My wife & I visited Featherdale zoo from Blue Mountains en-route towards Sydney central. We took a taxi from Blacktown station as the bus service was nonexistence. It was only AUD$10. This zoo is quite a small scale one with only native Australian animals. You...More

Thank konstandy
Reviewed 1 week ago

More a showcase of Australian wild life but these species like wombat, koalas, wallaby, kangaroo, Tasmanian devil cannot be seen outside this country. Well maintained park.

Thank yesarar
Reviewed 1 week ago

I have been to this park regularly with many overseas guests but the visit today was disappointing. Despite some new painting the place looks a bit worn and tired. There are lots of koalas asleep and wallabys but there was only one mature kangaroo on...More

Thank howardspencer54
Reviewed 1 week ago

We visited the Featherdale wildlife park as part of our Blue Mountains day trip. It's a lovely place to visit, you get really close to the animals and they all look healthy and happy. Lovely gift shop too. Would visit the park again next time...More

Thank JanetteE59
Reviewed 1 week ago

We visited Featherdale as part of our Blue Mountain tour. It is a small zoo but well managed and easy to get around within an hour. The first stop for everyone is to take a photo with the Koala bears. Please note that at this...More

Thank Adesitraveller
Reviewed 2 weeks ago

We really enjoyed this zoo. Lots of different animals that you could view up close. Hand feed a kangaroo, see the bat and the fat wombat was cute. Not too crowded and enjoyed seeing different animals we hadn't seen before. Friendly staff happy to talk...More

Thank Shelley M
Reviewed 2 weeks ago

Probably the best place to see a lot of native Australian wildlife really close. You can touch a Koala, feed the kangaroos, see emu's and cassowaries and lots of other native birds. The one missing animal is the platypus! Its not super fancy, like say...More

Thank 3nvi
Reviewed 2 weeks ago via mobile

I got to feed a kangaroo out of my hand! I saw a Bat, named Douglas, respond to its "mother" (one of the workers) and come down from hanging spot to get tickled. I saw koalas, and penguins...a Tasmanian Devil!! This is such a fun...More

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LesleyJaneKnoxJamies
8 July 2017|
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Response from acindy77 | Reviewed this property |
Depends on mode of transport, either by train, or by car the journey may takes around 45-60 mins. Taking pictures with koala is chargeable at AUD20 and pic capture by the park assistant using their own camera, U will get the... More
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Kayla R
28 June 2017|
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Response from Ray H | Reviewed this property |
We took some overseas visitors there and they got close and personal with most of the animals. There is a fee to hold the Koalas and have your photo taken, and you need to buy a bag of some recommended food to feed the Roos... More
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Alexander R
11 May 2017|
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Response from Maxwell L | Property representative |
Hi MrsKanga, We have lots of Quokka's at the park, however they don't live in the free-roaming exhibits as they're quite temperamental compared to other Wallaby and Kangaroo species. You can still feed the Quokka roo-food... More
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