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Koala Hospital

Koala Hospital

4/54 Reviews
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Open from 8:00am-4:00pm (Local time)
"The Koala Hospital is a place where some injured koalas are placed for free to visit. You can buy some souvenirs to support it. Inside is the world’s oldest koala. It is 26 years old, equivalent to more than 100 years of human life. Each has its own space and introduction."
Billabong Koala and Wildlife Park

Billabong Koala and Wildlife Park

4.5/53 Reviews
"Unlike the zoos in Sydney and Melbourne, the feature here is that you can get close to the animals, but you must strictly follow the schedule, otherwise you will miss it. It is recommended to enter the kindergarten before 1 pm, so that all activities can be experienced. See panada in the manual, I can't believe that there will be our national treasure here. When I asked, I found out that they called the giant panda giantpanda, and the one here is actually a red panda. The man also said that they really want to own a panda, hehe!"
Mrs York's Garden

Mrs York's Garden

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Botanical Garden
Wingham Brush Nature Reserve

Wingham Brush Nature ReserveNearby City

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Thompsons Road Dog Park

Thompsons Road Dog ParkNearby City

4/51 Reviews
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City Park
"Thompsons Road Dog Park. Thompsons Road Coff Harbour View , very good shady off-leash park for running or resting with your dogs. with bin for dog waste/water/ tap/shade."
See Park

See ParkNearby City

5/52 Reviews
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"[Scenery] The scenery of See Park is close to nature. It is worthwhile to see the back garden at the back. The area is large and the lawn is lush and beautiful! [Fun] You can have a picnic or come and see what is special~"
Boambee Creek Reserve

Boambee Creek ReserveNearby City

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Blackbutt Reserve

Blackbutt ReserveNearby City

5/51 Reviews
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Sunday - Saturday am 10:00 - pm 5:00days: Sunday - Saturday, times: am 10:00 - pm 5:00, (Local time)
"The Black Butt Reserve is a great place to bring your family to a picnic! There are clean and convenient facilities and barbecue facilities as well as a jungle gym for children. You can also see many Australian animals up close, which can only be seen from overseas. There are also many wonderful bushwalking paths worth exploring."
Tamworth Botanical Gardens

Tamworth Botanical GardensNearby City

4/51 Reviews
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Botanical Garden
"The garden was established in 1995 by Tamworth Regional Council with over 28 hectares of gardens occupying parts of Victoria and Oxley Parks. The Tamworth Regional Botanic Garden is supported by an active community group – the Friends of the Botanic Garden.The garden is a display but also aims to conserve the flora of the region. There’s a lot to see while you are there, including the excellent lookout, the bush chapel, native gardens surrounding the ponds, and the new Asian garden. The gardens also feature an indoor exhibition space with Aboriginal artefacts. There are walking tracks, picnic areas, toilets and the park is wheelchair accessible.The Botanic Garden is located at the very top of Piper Street and admission is free.Visit Tamworth Botanic GardensEast Tamworth, NSW 2340Phone: 02 6767 5482"
Australian Reptile Park

Australian Reptile ParkNearby City

4.7/528 Reviews
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Open from 9:00am-5:00pm (Local time)
"The Central Coast Reptile Zoo is a creepy reptile zoo. There are many lizards, snakes, and frogs here, especially lizards and snakes. It makes people chill when you look at it. It's really for the faint of heart." is part of Group Limited, one of the world's leading providers of travel services.
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