Wild life Hamilton Island, Hamilton Island

(2.8/5 based on 480+ 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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  • Cute little Wild Life area where you are able to get close looks at many local animals. They even offer hold a koala photos and guided tours to impart information on the animals. It's smaller but allo...  more »
  • My husband and I took our 1 1/2 year old to visit this attraction. We were greeted with a lovely staff member, Jaki, who was so friendly and helpful. She couldn't do enough for us! She went above and ...  more »
  • We went early at 7 am to have a buffet breakfast while the koalas were sitting in the branches in the café enclosures. I thought the breakfast was overpriced. However, it was great to see the koalas.  more »
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  • I just read how you killed over 1000 innocent "Dangerous" birds and animals. ITS APPALLING Just a heads up........people come here to see our animals because they are uniquely Australian. What gives you the right to kill over 1000 of them quietly thinking no one would find out. What a disgusting immoral inhumane act in the name of tourism
  • 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.
  • Small but staff are great and very informative
  • Loved having breakfast with the koalas. The koala cuddle and photo is a must.