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Great Ocean Road Wildlife Park, Princetown

(4.2/5 based on 110+ reviews on the web)
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Reviews
TripAdvisor
  • As a person who has many guests visiting in this area I visited mostly to decide whether I'd bring friends here to experience native animals. What I found were happy, relaxed and well cared for animal...  more »
  • This is a nice wildlife park in its natural surrounding - no fancy city park. You have Australian animals including Kangaroos to feed. Be aware there are no Koalas. If you don't expect too much than y...  more »
  • My friends and I had an amazing time at the Great Ocean Rd Wildlife Park. We were quite lucky because upon our arrival we were greeted by dingos (on leashes of course) at the front door. The dingos we...  more »
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  • This family owned wildlife park is a must do! Great to see how they treat the animals. They truly fight to make this world a better place.
  • They are trying to make an echo park with self sustaining environment with little human intervention. So expect that kind. It's not a zoo. How ever needs lot of improvement
  • This place is just amazing. We really enjoyed the visit with the kids.
  • Amazing place!!! A must to anyone near by, or anyone interested in observing and interacting with Australian wildlife! The lads working there were very nice and clearly care for the animals. They do everything themselves and all seemed to have lively spirits. Not a bad thing to say about it, except for maybe a mad little sheep that seemed to hate my sister.. The guys were informed though, and it seems they were already planning to find a solution for his anger management issues!
  • Unbelievable to call this a wildlife park you will see more wildlife driving there ..A ripoff for the tourist visiting Australia the park is in need of a lot of work and cleaning to bring this up to something worthwhile to visit .. And most of all needs some real Australian Wildlife that it advertises for people to see