Bunbury Wildlife Park
Bunbury Wildlife Park
4.5
10:00 AM - 4:00 PM
Wednesday
10:00 AM - 4:00 PM
Thursday
10:00 AM - 4:00 PM
Friday
10:00 AM - 4:00 PM
Saturday
10:00 AM - 4:00 PM
Sunday
10:00 AM - 4:00 PM
About
Interact with wildlife right in the heart of Bunbury! Feed the parrots in our free flight aviaries, pat the farm animals and get close to an Aussie icons such as Kangaroos, Dingoes and Quokkas. Join our Interactive Keeper Talks and learn about our animals from the people who know them best. Get up close with a variety of species and ask all of your questions. If you're lucky you might even get to pat a python, cuddle a baby animal or walk a ferret. We have over 260 varieties of birds, reptiles, mammals, amphibians, marsupials and farm animals so you're sure to find a favourite when you visit. The Wildlife Park is adjacent to a fabulous, accessible children’s playground and the Big Swamp Wetlands. So once you've met all the animals, take the kids for a play on the playground before exploring the wetlands via the numerous board walks
Suggested duration
1-2 hours
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jellykelly99
Perth, Australia13 contributions
Jul. 2023 • Family
Great to go in winter months as it is not busy so you can spend time walking through the aviaries and feeding animals, without too many people around.
There are several aviaries you can walk through where birds may land on your shoulder. Many Australian native animals, some have been rescued or ex-pets.
There is an farm animal area where you can feet sheep, goats, emus and pigs.
There is a reptile section with snakes and lizards.
A keeper talk is available at 11.30 daily, where they show snakes (pythons), blue tongue lizard, rats (that kids can hold), and ferrets that kids can walk on a leash. Following the keeper talk you can spend time interacting with the animals, and ask questions. There were 3-4 keeps available at the talk we attended.
At there end there is a gift shop & cafe.
We felt the park was well looked after and the animals had quite a bit of space in their enclosures. The animals didn’t appear unhappy or distressed and had plenty of natural food (including fruit and veggies) throughout their areas.
Overall it was a nice experience. We’ll return on the next trip.
Written 15 July 2023
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Rhonda B
Perth, Western Australia, Australia4 contributions
Feb. 2023
A lovely park to walk around and see some native and farm animals. Heaps of shade, it has improved heaps in the last 10 months, will definitely go back to see more. Great staff to.
Written 17 February 2023
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Helen M
Blandford Forum, UK58 contributions
Jan. 2023 • Family
Absolutely wonderful from start to finish! Friendly knowledgeable staff. Meeting the barn owl was a life changing experience. Wonderful place. So impressed . Only little thing missed interacting with the roos as they were shut away from us this time
Written 28 January 2023
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MichelleMBriers
Perth, Australia6 contributions
Jul. 2022
Visited Bunbury Wildlife Park with my 6 year old who had a wonderful time feeding parrots, cockatoos and farmyard friends. We were lucky enough to hold newly hatched chicks and later had hands on experiences with some cool reptiles. Keepers Chloe and Mike were so awesome sharing their knowledge with us and made the afternoon feel like a personal experience at the park. We had a lovely time at this great place and look forward to coming back. Thanks to everyone at Bunbury Wildlife Park for a wonderful experience and looking after our native wildlife.
Written 17 October 2022
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Marshase
Perth, Australia326 contributions
Jan. 2022 • Family
A small park in Bunbury, a few kangaroos, a wombat, other marsupials, snakes and many native Australian birds where you can see 50% in nature in WA. I file this as supporting local business and educational for young children.
Written 3 January 2022
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limeclaw
Perth, Australia2,615 contributions
Oct. 2021
This is a delightful park with loads of different birds, dingo's, wombats & kangaroo's. Beautifully maintained. You can walk inside the bird enclosure and feed some of the birds. The gardens are well maintained and there is play equipment for the children. Delightful place for a walk on a sunny day.
Written 13 October 2021
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Annon
5 contributions
Apr. 2021 • Friends
We visited the wildlife park on a Friday afternoon at approximately 1:30. It was very quiet with 2 other small groups walking through the park and several families over in the playground (an area we didn't visit due to other interests)
I was visiting with my friend who transports in a wheelchair. It was our first visit. We had read that the park was accessible but many places claim that, yet, still come with many challenges.
From the car park, to the end of our adventure, it was, refreshingly, entirely accessible.
The staff were very welcoming and treated my friend, as she is more than deserving, as an equal. They, without being patronising, seemed to have a higher awareness of providing her with great service.
Tickets came to $19 for the 2 of us. 1 adult + 1 concession.
We purchased 2 bags of seeds @ $1:50 each.
I recommend seeds...It made us very popular with the animals.
All of the paths provided access to the entire park. They were wide, smooth and very clean.
Enclosures were spaced along the paths. There were signs giving you information about each animal and other signs on how to show respect for the animals while interacting with them.
All of the animals appeared happy and well cared for and, sincerely, their enclosures were emaculate.
There were three walk through opportunities.
2 with birds who were happy to approach us and sit on our arms, shoulders and heads. This provided lots of great photo opportunities.
The other walk through area was with the kangaroos who, the ones that came up to say Hello, were friendly and very gentle as they ate seeds from our flat palms.
There were plenty of well kept grassy and shady areas throughout the park.we found a lovely gazebo to sit and eat our picnic. Th gazebo had enough room to navigate the wheelchair and the end of picnic table was the perfect size to park the chair of my friend, meaning we could both sit comfortably together to enjoy our lunch.
We found hygiene was of high standard. Accessible Sanitizer throughout the park and hand washing areas.
Clean, tidy and ambulant Toilets available in the park as well as some very conveniently just outside for that last minute go or the rush to go on arrival.
Opportunities to purchase souvenirs were available at the exit/entry. They were fairly priced and the range provided something for all ages. We purchased a pretty teatowel which displayed an image of galahs $10 and a beautiful large stuffed toy parrot $16:95.
We really enjoyed our trip to Bunbury wildlife park. We will definitely return and highly recommended this venue as an outing for all ages and ability.
Written 23 April 2021
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Helen R
Perth, Australia20 contributions
Dec. 2020
A lovely stroll through the park ,theanimalsand birds are beautifully cared for clean enclosures and lots of fresh water for them the kangaroo s were so calm and friendly fun to feed.
A lovelymornings outing.
Written 3 January 2021
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Emma B
1 contribution
Aug. 2020 • Family
We have done peel zoo and others and this is the best small zoo by far!!
It is immaculately presented,each animal pen has been well maintained and can tell they really look after their animals,lots of shade.big,open areas and an amazing bird aviary.
Huge playground for children all ages outside the area and is very well priced!
The people that work there are so informative and really passionate about what they do and you can tell they have really put their heart into this place and it shows!
It is a must see if you are in the area!!!
Would give it more than 5 stars if i could.
Written 29 August 2020
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Offthegrid
South Perth, Australia272 contributions
Aug. 2020 • Friends
I used the Entertainment Card so got a buy 1 admission get 1 free. It’s a small park but it’s all very neat and tidy. A great way to fill in time before checking into our motel. Very enjoyable
Written 29 August 2020
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