Kangaroo Island Wildlife Park, Seddon

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Zoo / Aquarium Nature / Park
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  • I thought it slightly odd that we were visiting a Wildlife Park on an island that was teeming with wildlife! I guess the reality is that you don't see that much in the wild and going to a park is a gr...  more »
  • Some animals look depressed and their enclosures ate too small. Some staff (particularly the lady who fed penguins when we were there) needs to learn some social skills so that she can be polite.  more »
  • It wasn't what I had pictured after checking out the website and online pages. The conditions the animals are kept is poor. Many of the animals, 'in my opinion' are kept in cages/enclosures that are t...  more »
  • Kangaroo Island Wildlife Park has over 150 species of Native Australian wildlife and over 600 animals, you can see Koalas, to slithery Snakes, our feathered friends and everything in between great place to visit.
  • If you love animals and wildlife this is a must! Entry is 20$ for an adult. Included is some kangaroo food for hand feeding them. Koala petting is free at show-hours, but holding them costs 20$ extra. Not too much imo. Overall a friendly place with friendly staff. And i feel like the animals are threated well here
  • Totally loved it, must do for families. You can handfeed the kangaroos and wallabees, and pet the Koala's For a small fee you can hold a koala, my daughters did this and said it was the best day of their lives. The people taking care of the animals obviously loved them a lot.
  • It's amazing. You get to feed kangaroos and wallabies, and pet koalas for only $25!
  • Great variety of native animals who all appeared happy and ready to come close and be photographed.