Kangaroo Island Wildlife Park, Seddon
(4.1/5 based on 220+ reviews on the web)
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  • The Park is well kept, clean and the animals observed. Then every time they go in and see koalas up close and if you want (obviously paying) I do picking for the photo!
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  • This was so horrific I really wish I had not visited. Such tiny cramped conditions, the crocodile being kept in an enclosure no bigger than 8ft x 10ft...that's just the tip of the iceberg. I nearly cr...  more »
  • This destination was also part of a two day tour of Kangaroo island and although it was nice to get up close to some kangaroos, the place was dirty and run down. not a good look for international tour...  more »
  • Extensive grounds and a good variety of wildlife, interactive exhibits and live talks are a must. Kids loved it, definitely worth a repeat visit! Can see that they are constantly improving their facilities so look forward to going back next time to see what is new.
  • Always nice to see AUS wildlife and to feed kangaroos and pet koalas. But the place is somehow not so well maintained (compared to others in the country) and the information of the tour rather limited.
  • You can pet animals like kangaroos and koalas and feed them aswell. There are other animals display like crocodiles or pinguins. Nice hours spent there.
  • Must see if you're on kangaroo island! Animal petting, friendly staff, awesome creatures
  • Yes, you will see animals. Yes, you can feed kangaroos (extra cost). Yes, you can hold a koala and make fotos (extra cost). But I disliked it because I think the animals do not get the space they need. The area is dirty and not well maintained.