What a wonderful wildlife park that is interactive for the kids feeding the kangaroos and getting up close to the animals. The park was well cared for and very clean with some wonderful enclosures an...
Standard type wild life park . Loots of up close kangaroo feeding. Koalas . The usual shy and hard to see nocturnal mammals. Lizards reptile house. Can have photo oportunities w animals for$50. Rained...
I loved the way you could get up close to the animals. The kids loved feeding the animals. Thay liked the wide selection of animals. A tip if going go early as later in the day, the animals have eat...
We went to the park in Ballarat had such a fantastic time with my daughter we actually went in the meerkat enclosure and that was so memorable loved it , also up close to the kangaroo and the giant ...
South of the Tropic of Cancer, explore the most cute zoo in Australia! Intimate contact with the national treasures / hc /
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came to Melbourne, in addition to the mountains and seas and the European old city, Australians love the little animals, they know the warmth of nature, full of heart, peace of mind.
In Ballarat, I met a group of little things. The kangaroo here is never afraid of being born. They skipped all the way, and brown eyes looked at me. If the kangaroo is a sister, then the koala is a sorghum.
Let everyone in the crowd hold a long gun and a short gun, they still sit on the tree, do not move, squatting from the calm. Of course, there is also the world's smallest mini blue penguin, very rare.
Tips: Ballarat is a gold-rushing town a hundred years ago. You need to be a train to get there. It costs about 70 yuan. After entering the park, remember to buy biscuits in advance. The kangaroo will smell when it smells, and the photo will be more suitable. Opening hours: 9 am to 4 pm.
Ballarat Wildlife Park was established in 1985 and has a history of 32 years. The ticket is 35 Australian dollars. It is located quite close to Melbourne city. During the visit, I saw many local teachers bring students for an educational field trip. There are large crocodiles, kangaroos, alpacas, koalas, Tasmanian devils, wombats, Dingoes, little penguins and so many other animals.
If you like, you can feed the alpacas and kangaroos or play with them. I enjoyed playing with them. They are all scattered around the big lawn where you can interact with them. You can even take close up pictures of a Koala. The price to take a picture is 18 dollars. When my friend went to take pictures, the staff first gave her eucalyptus leaves so that the koalas would become animated. She was then able to take the pictures she wanted and got some great pictures.
A gift shop is attached to the exit of the zoo. There are various dolls and refrigerator stickers, essential oils, etc. You should visit the shop and pick up a few things.