The Cleland Wildlife Park is located on the Adelaide Mountains. We live at the foot of the mountain and drive for only 15 minutes. It's very convenient. When buying tickets, the staff told me that they couldn't hold the koala because the highest temperature was above 32 degrees Celsius on that day. One of the biggest expectations of the Australian trip was to hold the koala. Moreover, previous friends told me that if they were afraid of the stench of the koala, they could touch it for free. As a result, they could not touch it. As I was walking depressed, I looked up and saw a tall Eucalyptus tree. There is actually a little koala eating Eucalyptus leaves. The mood cleared up in an instant. I sprouted up. Besides the koala, kangaroos are the only ones that I can't bear to part with. The zoo is just that it doesn't keep small animals in cages. It gives them a very large area of activity, and people can have close contact with small animals without intervals. How wonderful. When I crouch down with the feed, there are two greedy animals. The little grey kangaroo jumped over and ate it in my hand. It was so cute. But they wolfed, their teeth knocked on my hand, but it didn't hurt. They also felt very addicted and loved to be with small animals. It was very unforgettable.
Cleland Wildlife Park is Adelaide's largest zoo, with a large area of hundreds of animals living. Herbivorous animals here are basically free-range, visitors can be intimate contact, and carnivorous animals are isolated, but the living area is very large, visitors can see them through barbed wire or fences. The environment of the park is very beautiful, and it is connected with the botanical garden. It is worth visiting.
Cleland Wildlife Park in Adelaide is a small zoo with not many animals. Mainly some native Australian animals. Kangaroos, kangaroos, koalas, ostriches and so on can be seen here, and you can get close contact with tourists. If you are interested, you can come and play.
Cleland is really a worthwhile place to go. It rained a little while while we went, but it did not affect the enthusiasm of the lovely animals. This made us full of enthusiasm. Most of them were furry mice, who were not afraid of people at all and ran around happily at our feet. The second was kangaroos. A few lawns were full of big, lively kangaroos, lucky me. They also saw the baby kangaroo in the mother kangaroo's belly sticking out its head. The staff inside were very warm and friendly. There was a beautiful girl for us to take a picture with Koala, and there was also a beautiful girl who let us have close contact with snakes. I love it there.
Close contact with cute animals. The scenery is pleasant and suitable for leisure parent-child travel. Located at the top of the Adelaide Mountains, it is accessible by car and has a free parking lot. The zoo is big enough to play all day. The children are very happy, a good play.
These days, I found that the animals here are not afraid of people, either in the wild or in the zoo. I admire the life of the animals here. I regret that I can't hold the koala because of the temperature. Recently, I can't offer the experience of holding the koala. I can only touch it.
The zoo has close contact with people and a large number of animal species.