This is a must if you get to stay a few days in beautiful Adelaide.
Even as a local I adore coming here. You get to walk amongst wallabies and kangaroos, feed monkeys, an ape, pelicans, kangaroos and more. Beautiful, exotic birds of all descriptions also follow you throughout the enclosures. The monkeys were a blast as they hold on to your fingers, when trying to feed them. It's a real opportunity to get up very close to them. My 5 year old autistic niece, and vision impaired mother just adored it too, as they could really see and interact with the animals. You also get to see a puma, leapoard, kookaburras (white included), alligators, bats, otters, wombats and even a blue magpie! Come at 11.30am, 1.30pm & 3.30pm and you can hold a koala.
Cost is Adults $11 Children(3-15 years) $6 inc. GST. Concessions for large groups, families and students.
If you like seeing those wildlife animals and enjoy petting koala's and kangaroo's, I guess you should not let this place be missed. This Park is opened since 1965, is the home of many speciesof animals and birds. I can see some of the animals are in cages but many are not especially the favourite Australian creatures such as kangaroo's.
My first impression when seeing those kangaroo's running around and came closer to me, my mouth not that wide open though but just slightly open alittle with keep repeating " wow". I am not shocked but a little freaking out when those kangaroos come closer to me. afraid to pet them although knows that they are not dangerous though. hahah
The best part is I could cuddle koalas too. These cuddly little marsupials are taken from their enclosure by a handler to meet the visitor, three times a day.
let you know it was start 11.30am, 1.30pm and 3.30pm
entrance for adult is $35
junior is $15
In this wildlife park you also can enjoy chasing those kangaroo's and Wallaby but you have to remember
After handling animals, thoroughly wash your hands.