Wild life Hamilton Island, Hamilton Island

Categories: Zoos & Aquariums, Nature & Parks, Outdoor Activities
Inspirock Rating:
3/5 based on 440+ reviews on the web
Meet Australian wildlife at Wild life Hamilton Island. Cuddle with tame koalas, converse with a cockatoo, feed crocodiles in warmer weather, and gaze at kangaroos, dingoes, wombats, crocodiles, and many others. A morning tour meets up with macropods and marsupials, and an afternoon tour engages with reptiles. Check the schedule before you go. On either outing, you can have your picture taken with the park's residents, and knowledgeable guides will provide plenty of notable facts about the animals. The onsite cafe offers breakfast and lunch. Plan your Wild life Hamilton Island visit and explore what else you can see and do in Hamilton Island using our Hamilton Island tourist route planner.
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  • quite an expensive place although animals appeared very happy we booked a cuddle koala and had photo taken which was an amazing experience staff were very friendly informative and helpful great place ...  read more »
  • Thought we'd try one of the other restaurants on our package. More suitable for excited kids for breakfast rather than romantic breakfasts. Try eating your breakfast with the smells of koala's just tw...  read more »
  • I got a special 12 dollar entry price which made the visit worth it. It was cool to see Koala Bears up close, even if they were sleeping the whole time. Other than that I found the space kind of a was...  read more »
  • The koala cuddle could be a bit longer but then again it's an animal with feelings so happy to just have held the little cute fluffy being ❤ the tour was lovely and the staff is really nice ☺ it's a bit small but worth seeing 👌
  • Not many animals. Breakfast average. Something different for the kids but not overly impressive.
  • Loved having breakfast with the koalas. The koala cuddle and photo is a must.
  • Great little wildlife centre where you can have breakfast with the koalas. The enclosure for the massive crocodile is tiny though. Staff are all super friendly.
  • Tired of seeing places that are private for-profit zoos being called "wildlife parks". People claiming to love animals being suckered into paying money to man-handle koalas and see other animals in captivity. No, it doesnt matter that they are "well taken care of". Would you love your life if you lived in jail but were well taken care of??? Sad to see this all over Australia. I expected better.
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