This category includes Attractions, Wildlife Parks. Browse through our searchable directory listings below of Wildlife Parks in Australia.|
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- Marapana Wildlife World
Western Australia's first drive-thru animal park, only one hours scenic drive from Perth. Enjoy meeting and feeding deer, kangaroos, koalas, dine at the restaurant and have a great day out.
- Victoria's Three Great Zoos
Each of Victoria's 3 Zoos has an innovative master plan that displays a representative sample of the world's fauna and flora in bioclimatic zones.
- Taronga Zoo & Western Plains Zoo
Both Zoos are managed by the Zoological Parks Board of New South Wales. Maps, admission rates, fast facts and more.
- Adelaide Zoo
Open every day of the year from 9.30 a.m. until 5.00 p.m. and until 8.00p.m. on some evenings during summer.
- Perth Zoo - The Great Escape
All about Perth Zoo, including a description of the wildlife, admission prices, education, major exhibits, animal feeding times, facilties and more.
- Currumbin Wildlife Sanctuary
Sculptured from seventy acres of Australian bushland, Currumbin Wildlife Sanctuary is home to hundreds of native birds and animals, many of them endangered.
- Warrawong Earth Sanctuary
Warrawong Earth Sanctuary offers a true Australian Wildlife Experience in the Adelaide Hills, only 25 minutes from the centre of Adelaide.
- Carrowong Fauna Sanctuary
Cairns Queensland's only real sanctuary with NO cages or fences. Our guests are professionally guided through old growth rainforest. Naturally! Your small donation will go to further purchases of endangered species habiats.
- Talune Wildlife Park
Offers you a chance to get near Tassie's wildlife. Situated 6 km south of the small village of Cygnet.
- Cleland Wildlife Park
Cleland Wildlife Park Just 12 kilometres from Adelaide City centre, Cleland Conservation Park conserves a vital area of natural bushland on the Adelaide Hills face and includes the internationally popular Cleland Wildlife Park, the viewing platform of Mt Lofty Summit and scenic Waterfall Gully. The area has a rich history of Aboriginal occupation and European settlement
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