Cleland is an absolute must visit for anyone visiting South Australia. A beautiful show of animals from Kangaroo''s to Dingo''s. The best bit is being able to walk straight up to Kangaroo''s and stroke/feed them. You can easily spend all day here walking round seeing all that Cleland has to offer. If I ever get the chance to visit Adelaide again I will certainly be going here first.
Australia’s native animal sanctuary where you can play animals. The Australian continent has a long history. The mainland is also very rich in flora and fauna. There are many animals and plants that are not available on other continents. So when I travel to Australia, I like to see some strange animals. , Or plants, they surprised me very much! This time I came to Cleland Conservation Park and wanted to see koalas or wallabies in the reserve! tips1. Tickets: Adults 25 Australian dollars. 2. Scenic address: Adelaide, South Australia. First of all, my first impression of this park is that it is a small zoo with not many animals, most of which are native Australian animals. So it fits the purpose of my visit! I can see kangaroos and koalas that have been sleeping in the park, as well as honest ostriches, and many animals that I don't know their names. In this park, you can have close contact with animals! You can buy animal snacks at the door. Basically all the animals in the park can eat these snacks. There are commentary in the zoo, which is very humorous and interesting! In fact, the thing that impressed me the most was to hold a koala. I heard that this is one of the few places in the world where you can hold a koala, so I was very lucky to be able to hold a koala. The staff asked me to wear a blue Color clothes, and then let me stand still, let the koala think I am a tree, and then the staff will hold the koala on you. You can't hold it casually, this whole experience is very interesting! I think I will always remember this experience!
Coming here, on the last day of close contact with the deer in South Australia, I plan to come to Cleland Conservation Park, because I heard that you can go in here to meet the deer, so my girlfriends and I are very excited! ! ! When I walked into it, I found that it was not like the kind of park I imagined. Instead, it is like a nature reserve, with mountains, water and animals. What catches the eye is a big waterfall next to the waterfall. It feels very refreshing. Although it is still summer in Australia, I don't feel the heat at all. I like this kind of weather the most. It is very comfortable. I saw a big lake on the way to look for the path. There are many swans, white swans and black swans in it. This is the first time I have seen so many swans. It is so beautiful! ! We walked for a while and saw a place with a deer! When we went to see the fawns, they were grazing. They looked so docile. I really wanted to touch my girlfriend and I. In the end, we had the courage to touch the fawn, and found it was so soft and comfortable. I took a photo with Xiaolu, successfully clocked in TIPS1. Attraction address: Cleland, SA, South Australia 2. Opening hours: open all day