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The Great Ocean Road Wildlife Park offers a unique opportunity to experience Australian Wildlife in an interactive and natural way. Take the time to hand-feed our friendly kangaroos, wallabies, emu and deer in our large petting section. Then take a...more
Hours Today: 10:00 AM - 7:00 PM
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29 The Boulevarde, Princetown, Victoria 3269, Australia
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We stayed in Apollo Bay and this really is the only place that has animals (or claims to) along the Great Ocean Road so we decided to take the children on an hour drive each way to visit.
It is more like a farm, they...More
We love animals and also admire the principles of this park (conservation, sustainability etc.) However, the place is run down and there’s not very much to see. The kangaroos in the petting area looked particularly forlorn (made me feel sad having seen kangaroos in the...More
Very run down neglected Park. Not worth the money paid to visit. Just sad empty paddocks and obviously someone taking advantage of tourists, trying to make money from their own backyard animals, very disappointing, would not recommend. I feel people should be made aware before...More
Came across this Fabulous wildlife sanctuary and want s pleasantly surprised.
This is a family run business with the opportunity to to get up close and personal with our Australian animals.
They have a walk through area with kangaroos emus and alpacas for you to...More
This is a small park. They have most of the well known Australian fauna except for koalas. You can buy food to feed the animals. There is a large space which you can enter where you can approach and feed kangaroos, emus, and alpacas. There...More
Small family run wildlife park. Very open living spaces for the animals. Very natural environment for them and nice too see. Not a must see but is very nice to visit for families and couples etc. I like that you can interact with animals in...More
Before we entered the actual park, we decided to have some lunch in their cafe. With a peacock casually strolling in-between the tables we had delicious homemade vegetarian lasagna and a spinach pie; made from ingredients grown in their own garden which you can also...More
We stopped here on our way to Warrnambool. It costs $22 to enter and another $10 for dingo patting. As a point of comparison Melbourne Zoo currently costs $37 to enter. So it is significantly cheaper but this is definitely a lot less of a...More
We stopped here on a whim when our tour guide mentioned it is really the only wildlife park on the great ocean road. In the (small) park there were a lot of signs to say ‘under development’ but little activity actually seemed to be happening....More