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Cooberrie Park Wildlife Sanctuary, Yeppoon
(4/5 based on 95+ reviews on the web)
Cooberrie Park Wildlife Sanctuary is located in Yeppoon. Plan your Cooberrie Park Wildlife Sanctuary visit and explore what else you can see and do in Rosslyn using our Rosslyn trip itinerary maker.
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  • Great for young kids, feeding the variety of animals. If you can time it for the 'talk' at 1pm it is worth it, hands on close & personal. Only basic food sold on sight for visitors, so take a picnic t...  more »
  • I visit Cooberrie every couple of months and it is still one of my favourite places! Love the animals and how well they are taken care of by the staff. Fantastic opportunities to feed kangaroos etc in...  more »
  • We packed a seafood picnic and enjoyed a swim and the animals just milled around making our day a very enjoyable experience. 
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  • Amazing sanctuary there. We have been there the whole opening hours and we would stay even longer. Everyone is working voluntary there and they were very friendly and answered every question with patience. The money is a good investment. I would recommend it for everyone who loves animals. It is not a commercial zoo, it is a sanctuary and everyone Cent invested is good for the animals. It won't be the last time we visited it.
  • Absolutely a wonderful park. Had such a great time seeing all the park animals and meeting the owners. Highly recommend a visit. It was definitely a memorable experience!
  • Amazing! Perfect sized area, not too big to get lost in but still a nice walk around. You can get up close and personal with all the amazing Aussie animals - feeds and pats and selfies!! You can even hold birds, lizards, Koalas, sugar gliders and crocs at the 1pm show!! BEST $30 bucks I spent in a while... 11/10!
  • Fantastic family friendly establishment. Wonderful close encounters with all types of animals. Not over touristy much more local zoo but they have a large diverse range. Staff friendly and cheap. Well worth the drive. Thank you
  • I've taken my niece and nephew here a few times in the last 6 months. There's one section of the park the kids don't want to leave, that's the baby kangaroos and Guinea pigs. The free show in the afternoon was great too! Thanks for many great days guys.