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Featherdale Wildlife Park is Sydney's ultimate hands-on wildlife experience! We're located just 45 minutes drive from Sydney and en-route to the world famous Blue Mountains. With over 1,700 mammals, birds and reptiles, our comprehensive collection...more
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Went here for a day out as been long time dream to get up and close to the animal's.
We were not disappointed was a Faboulas day out .
Amazing how close you can get to the animal's it was amazing day out and i...More
First off you need more than 2 hours to walk around this place and truly appreciate the animals. Our tour only allowed us two hours. i was annoyed. We had to get back on the bus. This is an amazing collection of animals and birds...More
we loved this wild life park we got to spend just an hour on our day trip e ished it as longer because we felt very rushed to see it all got photo with a Koala petted a kangaroo which was the high light of...More
So many animals to see, all obviously healthy and well looked after. If you go early, you get to feed them. It was very hot on the day we went and some of the koalas even had their own fans! Really loved the experience.
We went here with our 1 year old. He loved it. We got there right on opening time so it wasnt busy and could walk around freely. There were wallabies and their babies on the footpath and you could buy a cup of food for...More
The kids had fun, quite a bit to see but the kids werent able to feed the animals as they had been fed prior to us getting there so suggest going early. You dont get to hold the koalas for photos just stand next to...More
you get to pet kangaroos and koala bears. pretty cool stop on the way to the blue mountains. when you go to the blue mountains make sure the tour includes this stop or if you're driving make sure to stop here.
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There is no aboriginal show in this park, but the walk from one exhibit to the next is not far and you will receive a map with admission ticket. Please be advised, most Australian animals are nocturnal so you might not see... More
There is no aboriginal show in this park, but the walk from one exhibit to the next is not far and you will receive a map with admission ticket. Please be advised, most Australian animals are nocturnal so you might not see them. I was in the Park this last December and did not see a Wombat or Tasmanian Devil.