Our friends introduced us to this place. As you drive through the bush and down the steep incline you'll find a well established zoo tucked between the tall granite rock formations and the river. The birds have free run of the place similar to Birdland in Batemans Bay. They have a mix of exotic and native animals and their shows are very lively and entertaining. I didn't expect to see any crocs this far south. You can get up close and personal with most of the animals. What makes this place outstanding is the incredible adventure/high ropes course at the end of the zoo. Its still not well integrated into the facilities as I don't recall seeing much promotion at the ticket office. I hear it only opened recently. This makes things slightly inconvenient as you have to walk back to the office to purchase your tickets. I'm happy the staff there are to handle safety and not money. There is a waiver to sign which was followed by kitting out with safety gear and an introduction on how to progress along the course. Our six year old followed the instructor well and set off all by himself. Children with a fear of heights will experience major difficulty. The tickets for this attraction last two hours. More advanced courses are available for those 8 years and up. It is going to be a very popular attraction. We would happily return and try the more challenging courses.
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