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Bunbury Wildlife Park, Bunbury

(4.1/5 based on 180+ reviews on the web)
Noted for over sixty species of native birds and mammals, Bunbury Wildlife Park allows visitors to roam freely among the friendly kangaroos and wallabies. At this location you can also hand-feed parrots sheltered inside a large free-flight aviary. With landscaped gardens and lots of picnic facilities, the park is a popular spot for local and visiting families with young children. Bring your own supplies for a family day outdoors, or take advantage of the park’s convenient café, which serves light lunches, snacks, and cold drinks. Be sure to drop by the interpretive visitor center to learn more about the park’s diverse wildlife, and pick up a few souvenirs from the well-stocked gift shop. Add Bunbury Wildlife Park to your Bunbury travel itinerary, and discover new vacation ideas by using our Bunbury tour planner.
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  • Wow what a great park full of amazing animals and the staff were absolutely amazing. Very helpful and the location is outstanding  more »
  • This is only a small wildlife park, but worth your time. The kids will love being able to feed the animals and interact with the kangaroos. Great little cafe, nothing fancy but well priced and friendl...  more »
  • My first time visit to Bunbury Wildlife Park and it was fantastic. Admission prices are very reasonable and good idea to pay an extra $1 buying a bag of food for the emus. I had two overseas students ...  more »