1. Dion Piccoli

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    A big thank you to the staff at Ballarat Wildlife Park for their great service. We visited on Thursday with a friend from Siberia and could not have been looked after better. We all had the best day, our friend will take home wonderful memories. Special thanks to Jarrod and Tarl.

  2. Matthew Papuga

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    It is a great park in which allows you to have an interactive experiences with Australia’s most iconic animals. I’ve been there many times and yet I don’t get sick of it. It is an absolute pleasure to feed the free roaming wildlife (kangaroos, llamas and emus). It is a very great experience that I recommend to everyone of all ages. It’s really a park that is worth going to again and again.

  3. Jenine Abarbanel

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    You can CUDDLE A WOMBAT. We were first in the gate on a slow Tuesday morning, so had the place almost all to ourselves. The staff were all very friendly and accommodating. Lauren in the gift shop/ticket office helped us organise a “wombat experience,” and Luke the wombat keeper was just wonderful, filling us in with everything you’d ever want to know about wombats and introducing us to all of his charges. The kangaroos are mellow and friendly, and don’t mind a pat or a cuddle while you’re feeding them. A large flock of cockatoos reel around overhead. Steer clear of the swans and llamas! They don’t want to know you! But their emus are far friendlier than your garden variety emu, and not nearly as scary as they look. Give yourself a couple hours to see all the critters and enjoy just hanging out with them.

  4. Seo Soon Hung

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    I went there last year and it was great!

  5. alicia sassounian

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    I am a tour guide. i have been to this wonderful park for many years, taking clients who not only adored the animals but appreciated the young people who look after them and after the customers. This time I had a horrible experience. A young woman called LAUREN was in charge of koalas. i had a group of doctors from the Domenican Republic fascinated by our marsupials. Lauren made sure they were never part of a public tour, she was rude, racist, unkind and were she not young I would have said she already suffered from menopause! i was very very disappointed, specially when the leader of the group is going to come to Australia monthly with new groups and swore never again! I am sorry because everyone else in the wildlife park is great and everyone else makes sure customers love the animals as much as they do themselves. LAUREN should never ever work in a place where people are an important part of the business.