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We went as a family. The walks are very interesting including the high tower which takes you above the tree canopy of the rain forest. We swam in the gorge and completed the walk around it. Walk was very arduous due to the humidity.
We had a great day here really getting back to true Australian nature. Plenty of wildlife to see and while we were here we also did the river train ride on the river itself. Must say the crocs here certainly not as active as in...More
Especially if you stay in their B&B, you'll get to know the kangaroos by name and their personalities and can enjoy the birdsongs when you wake up. They have a world-class collection of Australian animals. It is a trip you won't forget!
Worth popping in for a visit. Well kept gentle and small zoo / sanctuary. Friendly staff and animals - well not the crocodiles! Our kids enjoyed feeding the Kangaroos and just wondering. You only need about an hour it is quite compact.
This was one of the most amazing places in Australia. Fantastic collection of animals that are so well cared for. The staff are extremely knowledgable, they offer free guided tours allowing you to ask questions along the way. You can feed and pet the kangaroos...More
Nice tucked away sanctuary, filled with the friendliest kangaroos, crocs, birds, emu's, quolls, snakes, lizards, cassowary. the staff hand you a small bag to feed the kangaroos which is amazing. very natural and it feels like being in the wild. definitely a must