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Went for koalas but ended up with biggest kangaroo love ever. Amazing to hand feed and stroke them in the big open spaces. Can’t imagine you could get a better up close kangaroo experience anywhere. Hand fed kangaroos with joeys. Feed available from reception. Known...More
We took the kids for an outing on a public holiday and was surprised that it wasn't too busy! We packed our picnic lunch and sat amongst trees and animals to enjoy our lunch. It was such a glorious day to do it.
Nice relaxing place to come to, a lot of walking, so comfy shoes recommended. Lots of kangaroos and wallabies to see and koalas, to cuddle if you wait for the session, 2-4pm.
Adult will cost $25, concession $20, kids 15 and under $12
After two Werks traveling from Sydney, Tasmania, Melbourne via Great Ocean Road to Adelaide it was a real experience having a Long walk throug Adelaide mountains and seeing all these wonderful animals. We will come back!
Only 2 stars because the Koala holding arrangement is very poor with very few people able to participate even after lining up for up to 1.5 hours. Most people who queued up were turned away. Our visitor from the US was very disappointed. Poor form...More
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Sarah D, Public Relations Manager at Cleland Wildlife Park, responded to this reviewResponded 20 August 2018
Thank you for your feedback and I'm sorry about your experience at Cleland. I have passed your comments onto our management team for review.
FIRST I would like to say something not related directly to the Park.
On Wednesday 18. July I visited the Park with my Australia family.
Lost my purse with all I owned and the next day my cousin phoned to see if it had been...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.