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2115 Phillip Island Rd, Cowes, Phillip Island, Victoria 3922, Australia
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All reviews feed the animals free range australian animals hand feeding tasmanian devils open range phillip island animal food free roaming small bag entrance fee per adult penguin parade lovely experience natural environment emus dingo
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Reviewed 1 week ago via mobile

Alot of people say this place is run down and needs some TLC. Yes, they are correct but it doesn't take away how great the workers work and how the animals are treated. There is so much food for the animals and when you have...More

1  Thank Christine M
Reviewed 2 weeks ago

Fabulous park..... don't drive by because of 1st impressions..... looks drab from the outside but it's amazing inside. You could quite easily spend 4 or 5 hours here just gently strolling around. Lots of animals to see including Tasmanian devils, Wombats, Quolls, Koalas, Dingos and...More

Thank Claire H
Reviewed 2 weeks ago

Absolutely fantastic attraction. The animals free in their own habitat. It is the most wonderful experience not only to walk amongst them but to feed them from the palm of your hand any time you want. Healesville Sanctuary has nothing on this park. This is...More

Thank ynotcour
Reviewed 5 weeks ago via mobile

Great variety of Australian animals who are all well cared for. You are given a small bag of pellets to feed certain animals, which is a lovely experience. Emus had young while we were there, so be a bit cautious of their over exuberance. Cute...More

Thank Kid_U_Not58
Reviewed 10 October 2018 via mobile

This wildlife park beats all of the other parks me and my partner have been to! You get up close with the animals, get to feed them and it took a bit of courage to get through the wildlife enclosure. Would highly recommend. Allow maybe...More

Thank Jan V
Reviewed 3 October 2018

First - this is a free roaming wild life park so if you have small children or are afraid of animals then maybe this is not for you. I was with my husband and loved feeding the kangaroos and wallaby's. One kangaroo had a baby...More

Thank Dedgar2014
Reviewed 3 October 2018

We visited as a family and the kids were excited to feed the animals. With a $19 entry and a free bag of pellet food we were on our way. The garden beds are full of weeds and very run down. The footbridges were in...More

Thank JeanetteOsborn
Reviewed 1 October 2018

Standing alone in an area surrounded by dead trees with a large group of kangaroos eyeing the feed on my hand was an experience I would not like to repeat again. =D But feeding the emus was a much more scary experience on my part...More

1  Thank gibot143
Reviewed 29 September 2018

We visited here as part of our 'Posh Penguin' tour so our entry fee had already been paid. We were given some food bags to feed the hungry animals, and off we went. Great fun if you have not been around australian wildlife before.

Thank _blond_bombshell_5
Reviewed 5 September 2018 via mobile

This place is so great! The animals seem genuinely happy and relaxed which makes for feeding them so awesome. It gives you a fun day out with a good long walk and heaps to learn about Aussie animals along the way. I can only imagine...More

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Yodewit
9 January 2018|
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Response from truthkitty | Reviewed this property |
No. Why would you take a dog into a wildlife park?
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Maribel C
8 October 2017|
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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
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Maribel C
8 October 2017|
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Can I take me a photo with a koala?
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