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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
My partner and I were so impressed by the park. It was so quiet due to it being midweek and winter time - the kangaroos and wallabies were so happy to eat from us with not seeing many tourists that day. The park needs a...More
The park is in need of help- How?-- money, sponsorship or more patrons. The price of $19 per head is ok the animals and enclosures are fine, but sadly the place is run down in some areas. We were encouraged to buy bags of pellets...More
We had a great time here. Arrived at 10am and all the animals seemed keen to see us, probably for the (free) animal food bags. The pademelons, wallabies and kangaroos are quiet and gently eat from your hand so are great for children. The emus...More
The Park is a Jewel in the Crown with Australian Animal's.
You can hand feed the Kangaroos, Cassowarys Emu's and the like.
The Park apart from the animals needs a spruce up to attract more visitors such as new Signage, Cafe for Lunch ?....
I've visited Phillip Island Wildlife Park in February 2011 and again in March 2018---loved both visits. With a paid admission, you're given a bag of feed for the animals which you will want to save for the kangaroos. I recommend saving the food and walking...More
I know this place has some varied reviews but having visited today I was impressed and think some recent reviewers may have had unrealistic expectations. It’s a big property and we thought it looked well maintained, yes the signage at the entrance needs a repaint...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