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All reviewsdavid fleaycouple of hoursnatural habitathidden gemthe gold coastwalk aroundfew hourstree kangaroobird shownocturnal housegreat place to visitbest kept secretrainy dayshady areaspicnic tableslocals and touristsaustralia zoo
Excellent especially if you have small children as it is not to big - has native birds and koalas to look at, as well as crocodiles, dingo's as well as a bird show at certain times of the day.
Has a souvenir shop as well...More
A wide range of native animals in extremely well kept enclosures; all looking healthy and happy. The staff were all exceptional, you could tell that they were all proud of what they do and really love it. We had a 4 yr old, a 2...More
We went for 5 hours on a Friday, our party consisted of two Grandparents, a Mum and 3 kids ages 11, 10 and 3. Tickets for all 6 of us were cheaper than one kids ticket for Seaworld, around AUS$75 for all of us.
The park has well constructed boardwalks. Staff were very enthusiastic. However, it was disappointing to see so few animals for the cost of the entrance fee. Sightings amounted to a couple of emus, one dingo and some wallabies. I didn't have the heart to express...More
Visited the park on a weekday so it was very quiet apart from one school trip. The rangers were friendly and informative. There is a nice mix of animals here and they look like they are well cared for! There is a little cafe here...More
We love taking visitors to this park...its not as big or as flashy as some other nature parks like the Currumbin Wildlife sanctuary, but its a lovely uncrowded low key park, which showcases some wonderful native animals in a very natural environment.
There are daily...More
A really lovely place with a nice range of animals: crocodiles, koalas, kangeroos, wallabies and lots more. The talks were great and not rammed with people. being able to walk around in with the kangeroos, wallabies and emus was really cool. the shows were great...More
Hi, we spent the day from 10am to 4pm and went to all the park talks! You could go for less time as it’s not as big as other parks but we brought a picnic and chilled out in between the talks!
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I did a volunteer course at Fleays and amazed to find out the "behind the scenes' machinations of running costs for such a place as Fleay's. never again will I query the cost of entry to such a place give the huge costs and... More
I did a volunteer course at Fleays and amazed to find out the "behind the scenes' machinations of running costs for such a place as Fleay's. never again will I query the cost of entry to such a place give the huge costs and dedication beyond 'a job' description that goes into producing and running a wildlife exhibition for the public to experience as Fleay's does. Thank you Fleay's.