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Kangaroo Creek Farm, Lake Country

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Farm Tourist Spot
Get up close and personal with wildlife at Kangaroo Creek Farm. Without many fences, the site allows visitors to walk freely around the enclosure and learn about the different animals, including information about the animals' habitat, diets, and physiology. Your entry fee donation will allow you to touch, pet, and even feed the kangaroos and wallabies, sugar gliders, pot-bellied pigs, emus, parrots, chickens, and capybaras. Try to spot a red kangaroo, the largest type of this marsupial. Keep in mind that this site is open seasonally. Put Kangaroo Creek Farm into our Lake Country holiday planner and find out what's close by, where to stay, and where to head next.
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  • This little petting zoo is just amazing and a terrific experience for all ages. It is a thrill to have a parrot sit on your shoulder and get feed and pet kangaroos and wallabies not to mention the ost...  more »
  • Great way to spend 2 to 3 hours with some amazing kangaroos, sugar gliders, maras, birds and several other animals. This farm is well maintained and the animals are cared for with plenty of love. Affo...  more »
  • Our family absolutely loved going here to visit the kangaroos and all of the animals. Very approachable and cool experience for everyone.  more »
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  • Nice place where you can see and hold (baby) kangaroos and some other animals. We were there on a pretty quiet day during the week. Admission fee was 10 dollars per adult. We didn't have to wait long for holding kangaroos or parrots and had some with them. Also the areas with animals were not that busy. I think however that during a busy weekend day, this could differ and create a less fun activity. The price is a bit high, as you're​ not going to spend a very long time, maybe only if your children are full of energy. Also I think they make a profit with these admission fees. Also they should change the bathroom facilities to normal flush bathrooms. Certainly a must visit if you want to see/hold the kangaroos, but do this on a quiet day and don't forget the limited opening hours!
  • I loved visiting the kangaroo farm. We spent a few hours there. Lots of different animals there. It was well worth the money to get in. I would highly recommend it!
  • Kids loved it. Adults had fun, reasonable price. Come early and go to the end first then work your way out.
  • Great entertainment for kids and adults. You can touch kangaroo and even have baby kangaroo in your hands. Highly recommend this place.
  • We went here late march and the baby kangaroos were still in the pouches so we couldn't hold them which was a bit disappointing; it would have been nice if they had posted that on social media and then we would have not driven 2 hours that day. I have been several times on spring break and they have been out already. Anyhow, also a great place to take the kids with no shortage of things to do and see.