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Denmark Dinosaur World, Denmark
(3/5 based on 75 reviews on the web)
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TripAdvisor
  • This place is amazing! The dinosaur skeletons are well arranged in the room with the fascinating reptile enclosures lining the room. Best of all the birds are beautiful, full of character and many of ...  more »
  • Get up close and personal with the birds and lizards. The kids will have a chance to hold the lizard, birds or even snake if they dare... you can also feed the kangaroos. Interesting place worth a vis...  more »
  • We very much enjoyed the displays at Denmark Dinosaur World. They have a wide variety of beautifully coloured birds some of which are tame enough to be handled. The bird cages and reptile units are cl...  more »
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  • Please do not go to this park! My partner and I have just left and are absolutely appalled by the conditions in which the birds and reptiles are kept. We left utterly dismayed at how this place is still running. The price for two adults was $28 - we paid to see birds that had pulled some of their feathers out (most likely to do with stress), enclosures with no vegetation (just wire cages and no fresh water), information about the reptiles and birds that was either incorrect or baise and the one employer there, other than the manager, to be unhelpful and rude. We are going to make a report to the RSPCA and write to the Denmark Tourist Association. Very sad experience.
  • It's in the middle of nowhere, albeit on the way to Albany from Margaret River, when we arrived there was no one at the counter except for a rainbow lorrikeet. Looked a but old and past its used by date. Don't bother.
  • Great fun for the family
  • Great for the children!
  • Dinosaur World was incredibly disappointing. My friends and I went in and found the price to be a little too high for our budget (road-tripping around Western Australia poses some constraints on university students). The owner, a man in his late 50s, was incredibly rude and obnoxious; vilifying both our hesitation and polite withdrawal. He raised his voice as we walked out the door, rudely insisting that we come back and pay. We didn’t deserve that kind of treatment and neither do you. Don’t go to this ramshackle, downtrodden, out-of-the-way pile of sticks. It isn’t worth your time or money.