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I absolutely love visiting Cleland Wildlife Park with my daughter. We go often as this is one of our favourite places to visit. I love the staff there, the coffee and food is also good, and the best part of course is interacting with the...More
We got to pet a koala (we didn't go for the photo holding session as that was only at 2pm and you could not buy tickets in advance).
We also fed some friendly kangaroos
The layout of the park led for a nice 4-5 km...More
A must do!
We visited Adelaide for only 3 days as part of our Month long Australia trip, and this is our highlight so far. We visited another wildlife place in Sydney which was no where near as good!
The park has various “typical” Australian...More
Spend nearly half a day there.Park was huge and wildlife had ample space to roam around.Park.Receptionist was very friendly and helpful.Once in side,there is an information center where you would get maps and further information.We had a great time there and it would be an...More
We come here with almost all our visitors. It is big and spacious has a nice reptile house and most animals are visible during the day albeit some are sleepy. If you want to see all the well known animals of Australia look no further....More
We had a great time with this tour. It takes place before the park opens, and you visit all the aviaries and help feed the birds. A wonderful experience, great guide, and most of all, beautiful birds. Australia has many colorful birds. You can also...More
This wildlife park is amazing! My absolute favorite thing that we did in Australia - and we did a lot of great things - was to feed the koalas here. It is actually more than feeding them, as we got to meet several of them,...More
Due to the heat, we arrived early and left about lunch-time. There was a lot that we did not see, due to our time constrictions. In hindsight I would ensure the next visit to be longer, as entry fees are quite up there when paying...More
What a great place to get up close to nature. We highly recommend spending the $3 for a bag (or three in our case!) of food on your way in, as the fun we all had feeding the animals was worth every cent. We fed...More
The entry fee for the park
is $25 for an adult and $12 for children 4 - 15. There is a price of $56 per family which is 2 adults and 2 children or 1 adult and 3 children. Additonal children are 50% the child rate. I hope... More
The entry fee for the park
is $25 for an adult and $12 for children 4 - 15. There is a price of $56 per family which is 2 adults and 2 children or 1 adult and 3 children. Additonal children are 50% the child rate. I hope that helps.