Situated five kilometres north of popular Victor Harbor, Urimbirra is a 40-acre open-range wildlife park, which includes 16 ... More
Urimbirra Wildlife Park
Situated five kilometres north of popular Victor Harbor, Urimbirra is a 40-acre open-range wildlife park, which includes 16 acres of wetland bird sanctuary. Crocodiles are fed at 1.30pm daily, and koala and wombat shows commence at 11am, 2pm and 4pm. A nocturnal house reverses day and night, enabling the visitor to view creatures, which are normally only active at night. Urimbirra offers an "up close and personal" experience with Australian mammals, birds and reptiles. The park also has pleasant picnic and barbecue areas, a kiosk and gift shop.
what i liked is the price...at first i entered with a bag of food and i saw roos coming toward me in what seemed like slow motion,but when they were right there eating out of my hand i fell in love with all of them.went twice.third time a charm(from pa usa)
Wildlife park spread over a wide area. Gives you a good chance to get "up-close and personal" with Australian wildlife.
I found it quite average when I visited with a group of Japanese students. I think Cleland Wildlife Park is much better and it is closer to Adelaide.
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