The first point of the reported penguin homing day tour is the small zoo. One hour is enough. There is food for feeding kangaroos at the door, 2 dollars a pack, 20 dollars for a koala photo, and various Hey Emu, a paid service for feeding parrots. You can also see all kinds of native Australian animals in the zoo. Take a photo with the kangaroo and be patient. Slowly attract it. You can basically take pictures. The koala is also very close, but the photo taken by myself is not very clear. It is recommended that friends in need can pay for the photo. Generally speaking, it is recommended to go on a day trip. It is far from the city of Melbourne, so there is no need to go alone
The group is very small, but there are a lot of koalas and kangaroos. You can play with koalas (additional charge), not recommended, because koalas are sleeping often! You can also have close contact with kangaroos (this is free).
Came here the next day, the park was originally small, some places were not opened last time, and today it is still not fully open. But I saw one more place than last time. It was raining today and there were not too many people, so when the kangaroos were fed, the kangaroos were all vying for a while. It was a lot of fun.
Australia’s representative animals such as koalas, kangaroos, emu, dingo, etc. can be seen here. There is a night visit in the park. You can see owls, possums, feather-tail gliders that are very active at night. Mouse), Tasmanian badger (about the size of a puppy and looks like a black bear), etc.
Australia’s representative animals, koalas, kangaroos, emu, dingo, etc. can be seen here, and the park has night visits
Unlike regular zoos, there are not so many animals, mainly some native Australian animals. But you can have close contact with animals. An additional $15 is required to hold a koala. Dingo and snake can also buy tickets for group photos. Many kangaroos are raised freely, so buy two packs of feed. The kangaroo will run after you. The kangaroo's paw was scratched vigorously.