hongfeifeiThe one who welcomes you at the door must be that Sean the Sheep can interact with the animals up close, but the koalas are all circled and cannot be touched casually. You are only allowed to hug you when you buy a ticket to take pictures. Hold a koala and take a photo for 22 Australian dollars. It will give you a big picture. You can get it in about 15 minutes. The koala is very cute and cute. It's worth hugging. You can get close to the kangaroo and interact with it to take pictures. It feels very good-tempered. When you see foreigners and children pat it with your hands and rub it with your feet, it doesn't resist. There are also various performances to watch, such as sheep shearing. Because of time, we watched dogs driving sheep. The three foreigners presided over it, a bit humorous and funny. The point is that the whole interaction of the three foreigners will be translated in Chinese. How much respect the Chinese are. In fact, the garden is not very big. I think half a day is enough. There is a restaurant inside, which is relatively large and the food is okay. There are burgers, buffets, cold drinks, etc., depending on what you like. This is not far from Warner Cinemas. After bidding farewell to the kangaroos and koalas, we took a taxi to Warner.
M30***41Great experience, very professionally run event.We did the "Drover''s Lounge" and would highly recommend this to anyone. It is well worth what you pay & gives you an unforgettable experience.Top marks to Georgina our host who met us on our arrival & took us on a backstage tour that really gives you an appreciation of the effort that goes into putting this event on.Please note management, that we all agreed that Georgina should be a strong contender for the 2019 "Employee of the Year". In the lounge we were well looked after by Kellen and full marks to her also.The show itself was fantastic and gave a very good reflection on what it is like to go through an Australian drought.Great performances, great production, perfect food, great hosts.Do yourselves a favor and go.