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    Whenever we have overseas visitors we take them to the Australian Reptile Park. We love it so much because of its very natural bush setting, the great selection of native animals and the funny shows. You will see dingos, crocodiles, wombats, koalas, Tasmanian devils, snakes, spiders, and so on. The great thing about the Reptile Park is that it has this very family friendly atmosphere, and is not overrun by tourists. While at Taronga any encounter or experience will set you back at least $20 here you can have it all as part of the overall experience. In the picnic grounds there are free roaming kangaroos and other animals, and there is also a BBQ area and a children’s playground. The kitchen serves nice pies and other food.

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    Still rocking on! Great size and scale for smaller kids – doesn’t require the kilometres of walking you need to do Taronga properly. Good food. You will definitely get to see everything in a single visit, but has all the classics – deadly snakes and spiders, cute marsupials, giant crocs, dingos etc and a mix of exotic animals like iguanas, galapagos tortoise, tarantulas and more. Might be a little too mainstream for the more serious enthusiast or the extremely bright child. Might seem a little too small if you’re up for a full day – for adults this is more of a half-day attraction.

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    Superb ! Live shows are brilliant. Wallabies, ducks and birds freely move about and can be patted by kids. Clean, friendly and a must go attraction for tourists and residents of australia !

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    Loved it Beautiful park 🙂

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    The Australian Reptile Park is a well organized, well maintained animal park. Animals are kept in spacious enclosures and look very well cared for. Despite its name, the park offers much more than just reptiles. You can pet kangaroos, emus, and even giant turtles. You can see variety of bird species, koalas, dingoes, wallabies, Tasmanian devils, spiders, lizards, and so on. There is a number of shows, run just about every half an hour. During those shows not only you can see animals being fed, but learn a thing or two about them. The park is playing an active role in rescuing Tasmanian devil population, by maintaining the largest collection of these carnivorous marsupials on the mainland. Overall we enjoyed our time in the park very much. The only thing I wish they improved is the selection of healthy foods in the cafeteria.