this place is good for family trips. kids who love animals will have a great experience playing with the kangaroos ( just be careful though because they will come to you especially if you have food with them ). currently they now have a tiger and meer cats. my kid along with her cousins really had a blast. from koalas to kangaroo to crocodiles and llamas. it was a great experience. we have been to this place more than 5 times already!!!!
The zoo is small in scale, mainly local animals, with only 10 tickets. But because kangaroos, alpacas, ostriches and other animals are free-range, it becomes very affinity, interesting, vivid, better than many large domestic zoos. As soon as you enter the door, kangaroos surround you and let you touch them gently. The guides put the feed in their hands, and the kangaroos stretched their necks to eat it. They looked very gentle. Seeing that my heart itches, I also learn to feed them like a tour guide. As a result, they open their mouths to eat without seeing the outside world. It makes your palms warm, itchy and very gentle. Later, we met three more alpacas, as gentle as kangaroos, and then ostriches came to join the fun, just to see her sharp mouth, sincerely have no courage to let them peck in the palm, dare to sprinkle feed on the ground for them to eat. Koala is also very budding, a variety of expressions. Other animals include turtles, penguins, snakes and so on.
Balarrette Wildlife Park is Melbourne's largest zoo, where many herbivores are very free and not enclosed by fences. Tourists can get close contact with them, especially young grass mud horses. It's really cute. It's very comfortable to touch their soft curls. When touching them, they feel that they are still petting you. I really want to take it back.
Bararette Wildlife Park is Melbourne's largest zoo, where thousands of species of animals are kept, more than half of which are endemic to Australia. There are also many rare animals from Africa and Asia, some small herbivores and birds, which are free-range, and visitors can keep close contact with them at any time. Large carnivores, however, have large areas of activity and are still very wild.
Kangaroos here are too lazy to die. If it is lying down, if you give it food, as long as you can get it lying down to eat, stretch your neck, it is not enough to eat. It's killing me. By the way, there are koalas in this zoo, and they can also take photos with koalas, but unfortunately, this day has not been taken. Asked the staff, the staff said - "It's too hot today. Koalas don't want to come out and need to sleep. Well, it's hard for them to get 14.5 hours of sleep a day to recover their strength. If you want to take a picture with Koala, you can make an appointment. When Koala wakes up and the appointment is made, the zoo will call you and then you can go and take a picture with Koala. Koalas eat eucalyptus trees with low energy, so they have to sleep a lot to supplement their physical strength, no way, but to respect others.
Melbourne's Bararette Wildlife Park keeps many of Australia's unique animals. There are more than 300 wild Australian birds, mammals or reptiles, including many endangered species. Here you can feed kangaroos and take pictures with koalas. It's really interesting. It's very suitable for taking children.
The city of Balarrette is very admirable, refreshing and comfortable. There are many animals in the zoo. The ducklings are very lovely. The environment in the zoo is very good. The mountains and rivers are beautiful. There are many kinds of animals. There are not many tourists. It is worth visiting.
A very small zoo is said to be privately owned. You can see the head at a glance. But there are more kangaroos, just like Nara is full of deer. There are kangaroos everywhere. They can be fed. Today, we finally see the kangaroos in the bag at close range. There are also several alpacas that are very cute.
A lot of kangaroos, people feed a lot, eat very well, very few wild. Children like places.
It's small, but there are all Australian characteristic animals. The kangaroo EMU alpacas are all free-range. You can gather with the feed. It's so cute for the kangaroo to show its head. There is also a small alpaca, it is said that the name will come to kiss your face, but unfortunately we did not meet. Wombat is so simple and honest. Koalas are sleeping.. Well, the photo is really expensive. I thought it was Chinese.