Fun day out. You get to see the lions being fed.. feed different animals.. nit sure about the small space the lions have to wonder around.
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We took our 7 year old daughter and she loved it. It is quite small with lots of trout/ducks...but also lions! The lions are fed at 2.30 each day and this is the best time to see them as they are lively and patrolling!
This is the first time for me to see lions getting fed. There is a special stand for spectators to watch it. The best time to visit this park is at 2pm. Because the lion feeding starts at 2.30pm every day. There is a nice...More
Took 5 little ones under the age of 6 here on the weekend. Great facilities and animals etc that they were not too scared of. Just happened to be Kids free day but we went in with 6 adults anyway. Nine lions on site as...More
The kids and I loved this place! It was such a peaceful park with great opportunities to get up close with the animals. We couldn't believe how close we could get to the lions - very exciting! The kids loved feeding the very friendly goats...More
We arrived early and had the place to ourself for a while which was magical. The place is very kid friendly ... staff were lovely and clearly loved working there. My 7 year old really didn't want to leave. He loved feeding the animals and...More
It was a great sunny day for an hour and a half walk around the park. The flora was amazing and provided shade from the sun and the fauna was cute and welcoming. Most animals approached you were very friendly. The downfalls would have to...More
Paradise Valley never gets old, i have been here many times before and I still love it each time. The animals are so cute, especially the little piglets and the goats are very entertaining as well. It is a well thought out attraction with the...More
We took our granddaughters on a very warm summer's day. Arrived in time to see the lion feeding, which was a highlight. A leisurely stroll through the bush to feed the ducks, goats, wallabies and trout followed.