Reptile phobes beware! Slithery snakes and scaly lizards abound in this park. The Armadale Reptile Park was set up as a ... More
Armadale Reptile & Wildlife Centre
Reptile phobes beware! Slithery snakes and scaly lizards abound in this park. The Armadale Reptile Park was set up as a conservation and education facility back in 1995. They now house more than 200 species of reptiles from the venomous local variety to the more friendly python family and waddling goanna. The park also lodges a variety of other residents that do not belong to the reptile fraternity like flying foxes, quokkas and enichindas. Other amenities include barbecue areas, a snack bar and souvenir shop.
Just one hour out of Sydney's City Centre, The Featherdale Wildlife Park is Australia's largest private collection of native animals.
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