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My partner and I have only moved to Australia recently so this was the experience we had been hoping for. We got to see animals roaming around freely, they approached us on their own time and we even got to feed them.
The place is...More
Place was predominantly full of different species of birds. Expected more of a variety and the place has been neglected so looks fairly run down. No seats anywhere in the park whilst walking around for the elderly or injured to sit during their visit.
One of the best things about Australia is the cutest critters on earth. Since the evolution of species, and Australia's unique island separation, the rise of marsupial mammals has given us incredible animals. This is the best place to see, interact and pet them. Unlike...More
This was by far one of my favorite stops on Phillip Island. From the road this place looked a little iffy, but once inside you can see that the animals are well cared for & the place is well maintained. We were able to get...More
As other reviewers have mentioned, some of the exhibits are in a less than ideal condition. But the ability to interact with the kangaroos, wallabies, Emus is great. We were on a guided tour that stopped at the Wildlife Park. Our guide was very familiar...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