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Koala holding was alright but they charge you another 20 bucks after we already paid 50 for two!
The animals look sad and the park is not well maintained. A lot of cages don't even have a sign about the animals living inside on it....More
Good on these guys for rehabilitating rescued and injured animals. As far as wildlife parks go, this one is fairly average. As there is no set walking route it is easy to miss some of the enclosures. Snake handling is the highlight of the visit...More
A raucous "hello" from Stanley the cockatoo greeted us as we walked to reception at this wildlife park. Stanley has an impressive repertoire, included crying like a baby as you leave. The park is clean, well maintained, staff friendly and informed, animals well cared for...More
This is a lovely place, great variety of native wildlife and staff very helpful and knowledgeable. There is the opportunity to get up close and personal with some animals and we did the koala holding. This was really fantastic as the koala really cuddles you...More
Excellent park a credit to new owners, all visitors to Kangaroo Island this park has to be on your things to do list. Well done keep and up the tremendous improvements. Was good talking to new owner and his visions for improvements and was a...More
Our recent visit to this wildlife park turned out to be a very distressing experience. The animals
seemed 'dejected', had virtually nothing that resembled their natural habitat, insufficient water
and the cages for the birds were very small. It was very hot while we were...More
Kangaroo Island had to be the highlight of our trip when we visited Australia but this "park" was just a really sad, sad place to be. Going from seeing these same animals out in their natural habitats, free roaming with their families to seeing them...More