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This place is free entry - yes, FREE! Great look at Australian wildlife and completely free. Kids loved it, anybody visiting Australia on a budget must check this place out! more »
what a way to spend a few hours. a great free attraction that is a eden of australian species. the bird hide at the wetlands is a highlight. as the potential to be so much more. maybe a bigger walk in... more »
Took my sister and grandson to this sanctuary. It is well set up with plenty of parking space and a BBQ area if you wished to use one. It is not only for children during the holiday it is also for par... more »
Always great to go to. Free every & it's the only place I know like it- like a small wildlife park but all run by Parks Vic.
Free admission. Great for young children. Kangaroos and emus. Peaceful lake and ponds.
the lake had dried up, ducks had no water in their little ponds ,the poor tawny owl sat directly in the sun as had no hiding places to go in its enclosure. Would not recommend it to anyone at all. In this hot weather the staff need to be vigilent and ensure that there is adequate water and shade for all types of animals and wildlife, felt very sorry for them.
Fantastic for all the family and the best thing is it is free and you can mingle with the animals from birds to Emus to Kangaroos and Wallabies.
Beautiful place with great wildlife, this is definitely worth a visit. It has a mix of open land with birds, Koala, Kangaroo and Emu and some enclosed areas where you can get up close to Wallaby, Kangaroos and birds.
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