Gorge Wildlife Park

Cudlee Creek, SA

Where are we going?

Gorge Wildlife Park
Redden Dr
Cudlee Creek SA 5232

8 8389 2206

What is there to do?

Throughout 14 acres of land, paths meander among one of the most comprehensive collections of privately owned animals and birds in the country. See all your favourite Australian animals such as Wombats, Dingos, Echidnas and Fruit Bats. Cuddle a Koala and walk amongst the Kangaroos and Wallabies!

A variety of exotic animals on display such as American Alligators, Meerkats, Otters, playful Monkeys and more. There are also many rare albino species to be seen and they house a vast range of birds from Fairy Wrens to Ostriches and everything in between, some in enclosures but many free flying including a free range colony of rainbow lorikeets.

The cuddly koalas come out for holding and photos every day at 11:30am, 1:30pm and 3:30pm. On the last Sunday of each month a group of keepers roam the park between 12.30pm and 3.30pm with a variety of animals, birds and reptiles, giving visitors a chance to get up close and personal with a few extra of their residents. If the last Sunday of the month falls on a weekend with a public holiday Monday, Unleashed sessions will be held on the Monday.

How much does it cost?

Adults: $15

Children: $9

Free Under: 2 years.


When can we go?

Open every day (except Christmas Day) from 9am to 5pm.


Any top tips?

At the kiosk you can purchase bags of pellets and grain to feed many of the parks residents. This will give you the pleasure of getting up close and personal with their very friendly animals.

I’m Hungry!

The kiosk sells a comprehensive range of fresh take-away food (pies, pasties, hot-dogs, sandwiches etc.) as well as hot and cold drinks, ice-creams and confectionery.

Healthy Eating

The BBQ facility with gas barbeques (no additional charge) is undercover and can seat in excess of 60 people. There is also gazebo type seating and lawn areas for picnics. Feel free to bring your own food and refreshments.

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