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Went there as a family last weekned, simply to do once of the walks along the reservouir.
The 5km walk is mainly flat and gentle, ideal for our 6 and 3 year old boys. They loved the ocassional lizard, ducks and other animals that we...More
Don’t bother to stop here unless you wish to have your food stolen by the bids.
Very unnerving for little children when they swoop down and steal the food off the tables/ your hands.
Remember Alfred Hitchcock film The Birds?
Called in here on a chance driving past.
Brilliant little centre with an array of Australian wildlife including Wallabies and fish.
The kids loved the short walk where you can interact with the Wallabies.
Great way to spend a couple of hours if nearby
Firstly don’t listen to the reviews having ago about this place, it’s beautiful!
Yes the centre is small with a handful of reptiles etc, but it’s worth it for young children to get up close and see nature. If you want oodles of animas go...More
After a gap of about 15 years I revisited Walkabout Creek yesterday and was so disappointed, gone is the aviary that had many interesting birds some of the exhibits were empty or being refurbished and the Sleeping Cod was well passed the sleeping stage, being...More
This used to be a lovely place to visit - took a visitor there on Sunday (21 Oct 2018) and it was awful. A few miserable looking reptiles and that's it. When I paid, they failed to tell us the wildlife centre was under renovation....More
This quite an amazing spot, so close to the Brisbane CBD, The wildlife centre has quite an amazing variety of animals, reptiles and fish, including a large emu, several kangaroos, a wombat, and of course a pair of very active platypus, who seem to feed...More
Expected a little more when we visited on a rainy Sunday. They only have a few lizards and snakes and three or four aquariums with fish and turtles in the reptile area, and my favourite- the platypus. All animals were super active though which made...More