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“We were escorted around the centre which also houses alpine dingoes which you can interact with, Casanova the amorous emu who wants to interact if you have two legs!!, wallabies & of course the cockatoos.”
“This place is closed generally to the public for a reason, what this park is doing to assist the Black Cockatoo for the WA (and eastern states as they have some yellow tails) is amazing.”
“The centre has a diverse variety of Australian native reptiles, birds and animals.. Staff are very knowledgeable, super friendly and extremely helpful.. Highly recommend a visit..”
“... experienced..on a nice day pack a picnic as you can stay as long as you likekids will just love it..has a little shop for keepsakes etc..and real dingo dogs to see a wonderful casual day..bring the sunscreen”
“... videos as you desire-on your own camera See red & grey kangaroo alongside their cousins the wallaby so you can easily see the differences: see kookaburra, fresh-water crocs, galahs, black swans, emu and more.”
“The Park also has a huge array of other native Australian wildlife including Red Kangaroo's, Western Red Kangaroo's, Wallaby's, Echidna's, Bobtail Lizards, Crocodiles and all manner of native Australian birds.”