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Maru Koala and Animal Park, Grantville

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Wildlife Area
Discover native wildlife at Maru Koala and Animal Park, where you can pet a koala, hand-feed albino kangaroos, walk with the dingoes, talk to parrots, meet golden possums, and get wrapped up in a 3-meter (9.8-ft) python. You can also go on hourly guided tours inside the koala enclosures and listen to interactive talks given by the animal keepers. Don’t miss the park’s mini golf adventure, where you can putt your way around pirate ships, life-size pirate figures, and a gold mine under a waterfall. This unusual animal park combines wildlife preservation and entertainment, and features a popular bistro with views out into the animal park where you can rest over a light meal and a cold drink. Before you head to Grantville, plan trip itinerary details with our user-friendly Grantville vacation route planner, to make sure you see all that Grantville has to offer, including Maru Koala and Animal Park.
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  • My tour stopped here on our way to Philip Island. This is one of the best animal park I have visited, even though the park is small but its neat and clean. Best spot to spend a day with your family or...  more »
  • Great opportunity to get close to the animals with smaller crowds. Take a picture with koalas and feed kangaroos and wallabies. Recommend if you want to pet the native animals!  more »
  • Small and neatly kept animal park. Kids loved it. Reception staff are very friendly. Should name it Maru Kangaroo and animal park rather than Koala park. The name is misleading, as there are very few ...  more »