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    I got to hold a Koala named Cinnamon!!! I also fed the kangaroos, emus, and turkeys. The wallabies were a bit elusive, but adorable nonetheless. I saw 3 dingos – one that looks like my own domestic dog. I just wish they had a more natural habitat that would allow them to stretch their legs and run 🙁 Finally, I was pleasantly surprised by a cockatoo on my way out that said, “bye-bye”! The only other improvement I would make is to the wheel chairs available to the public. It’s nice that they are offered, but the wheels are so mangled that they don’t steer straight which makes it impossible to push an invalid around. Luckily, the park is of a manageable size. Overall, I highly recommend a visit. It was a great experience.

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    My Fave place in OZ! My family and I try and get here once a month we love love love it. Staff are fantastic. Animals are amazing and have great habitats and love cuddling a koala every so often! My two children love learning about all the animals and hearing Cocky Cockatoo Talking 🙂

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    Considering that Koalas only exist in Australia, it is not difficult to be the largest Koala Sanctuary in the world. The hyperbole is not carried over to the service at the park however. Staff for the most part (there are always exceptions of course) are as listless as the kangaroos. Nor would some of the animals agree with the extraordinary nature of the park; being stuck in cages waaay tooo small for their health. The cages for most of the animals are carryovers from the 60″s and, in my opinion, should qualify for cruelty to animal status. The kangaroos, although not caged, are fed to exhaustion. I could go on! There are so many negatives to this park that it is a wonder that there are so many positive reviews of the place. Having said that however, I am a regular because the kids learn a lot about animals while running around in a safe environment. However, calling the environment safe is misleading since the emus are unsupervised. Emus are potentially very dangerous animals and there are no warnings to this effect.All in all I would give it 2.5 stars. I really wish that the animals would be looked after better.

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    Quite an expensive entry.Very nice Coffee at the shop out front.Nice platypus display.Done in 2 hours

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    met minty the koala ♥ had a lovely day at the sanctuary 🙂