This is a quaint privately owned wildlife centre featuring a good range of favorite Australian wildlife.
We liked in particular being able to stroke a wombat, Tasmanian devil, and a koala. Our children enjoyed feeding kangaroos, goats, emus, and fish. While we were there we saw the Tasmanian devils being fed which was interesting.
The park also has a variety of birds, lizards and snakes.
Admittance is $20 for adults and $10 for children. There's enough to see to keep you busy for an hour or so.
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- 2 bedroom self-contained cabins overlooking our wildlife park. Short walks to the Leven River and the Dial Range or enjoy our animal farm walk. Suited to those wanting fresh country air in a rural setting away from city life. No mobile or television reception. Guests receive discounted entry into the wildlife park. ... more less
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