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Kyabram Fauna Park, Kyabram

(3.9/5 based on 35+ reviews on the web)
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Reviews
TripAdvisor
  • My four year old son thoroughly enjoyed his second visit to the park while on holidays in the region again this year. Beautiful bush land setting, well cared for roaming animals including many kangaro...  more »
  • We arrived with two grandchildren and they thoroughly enjoyed the visit. Plenty of animals The park is located a fair way from Shepparton but it is an easy drive and well worth it. Enough there to kee...  more »
  • Visited with young grandchildren lots of bush space to have an Australian adventure seeing all our great fauna. Good viewing spots for little eyes. Reasonable prices & animals well cared for.  more »
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  • Friendly welcome at the beginning had a nice tour through the park and had perfectly lunch with nice burgers, fresh food and cold drinks. What else needed! clean clean environment Worth of a visit Friendly emus!!! Enjoy
  • A really casual set up, even a bit neglected. Very friendly and helpful staff. Several up close encounters with native animals.
  • Tiny but have many Australian wild animals.
  • The emu showed his willy to me misses. A great day out for the whole family.
  • Wasn't very busy when we went in late March, although it was a weekday at midday. Quite the variety of animals at a close range without the large crowds. We got lucky and held a Koala that day. If you're lucky, you'll see the drop bears!