For penguins, seals, koalas, and so much more stop by the Phillip Island Wildlife Park. With a range of native animals from ... More
Phillip Island Wildlife Park
For penguins, seals, koalas, and so much more stop by the Phillip Island Wildlife Park. With a range of native animals from all over Australia, this small zoo boasts crocodiles, emus, wombats, wallabies and aviaries full of colorful parrots. There are also gardens to wander, picnic facilities, a kiosk serving light refreshments and the inevitable souvenir shop.
Just one hour out of Sydney's City Centre, The Featherdale Wildlife Park is Australia's largest private collection of native animals.
In a bush land setting, the collection includes koalas, wombats, kangaroos, wallabies, emus, dingoes, crocodiles, Tasmanian devils, fairy penguins ...
Leave suburbia behind you and take the scenic journey into Torrens Gorge. The Gorge Wildlife Park is home to 50
species of native and exotic animals, and over 160 bird species. Set amongst an eucalyptus forest, the 14 acre ...
Albert Park is one of the most popular inner city beaches for swimming and sunbathing. Just 20 minutes by public
transport from the city center, it is a narrow strip of sand easing gently into Port Phillip Bay's shallow ...
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