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“Good animal interaction”

Kangaroo Island Wildlife Park
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$230.65*
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Kangaroo Island Wildlife Day Trip from Adelaide...
Ranked #1 of 1 things to do in Seddon
Certificate of Excellence
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Recommended length of visit: 1-2 hours
Owner description: The Kangaroo Island Wildlife Park is a fun day out for all ages! Hand feed kangaroos, touch and hold koalas, see Penguins play, slither in and see our reptiles and get up close with many of our beautiful Australia native animals. Take a stroll at your own pace, join our guided tour or come along to our interactive animal displays. Stay for morning tea or lunch and enjoy our lovely cafe and coffee. The park has new owners since late 2013, so if you have visited before then be sure to come back and see all our changes.
Useful Information: Bathroom facilities, Activities for young children, Wheelchair access, Food available for purchase, Activities for older children
Reviewed November 16, 2017

This park is well worth a visit. You get close to the animals and are encouraged to feed the Wallabies. the koalas are re easily visible, the enclosures generally are of a good standard.
There is a wonderful walk through a bird sanctuary.
The park is not large and doubles with animal rescue , so do not expect huge tracts of land,
Everything is easily accessible and we expected to spend about an hour visiting, but it ended up being more than double that as the exhibitions were sop interesting.
we chatted to the owner who was most helpful, patient and informative.

Thank Jeff2travel
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Reviewed November 12, 2017

Koala place was stinking pee terrible... the whole place seemed not very tidy and properly taken care of. Loads of tourist at walabis and pademelon grass place.
Among all sanctuaries we have been to - quite a few Continental + in Tasmania and on KI - this is one of the most disappointing.
Might be good with young kids if cleaner. Hope it was just an unusual day when we were there on maintenance issues.

Thank Pascale R
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Reviewed October 31, 2017

One of the staff gave an informative presentation about Koalas. People were allowed in the enclosure and could give the animals a pat and take photos but not hold them. There are lots of other animals there: an echidna, wallabies, plenty of birds. Entry fee was reasonable ($25 for Adults). It's worth a visit just to pat the Koalas

Thank rozmont
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Reviewed October 14, 2017 via mobile

Great little park for the whole family to enjoy. Animals looked to be very highly cared for and genuinely happy in their enclosures. Highly recommended!!

Thank hammeredtraveller
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Reviewed October 7, 2017

This park was well worth the trip. We saw lots of animals. Being able to feed the kangaroos and wallabies was great. We even saw some joeys in the mothers' pouches. We didn't pay extra ($20) to hold the koala, but if you go to the interaction session the lady talks about them and you get to pat them. Our kids were very happy to do that.

Thank SpicksandSpecks
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