• Interact with Australia’s most famous native animals


    With over 100 free-roaming kangaroos, an exhibit of the world’s smallest penguin species and the chance to see a 660kg Saltwater Crocodile called Crunch, the family-owned Ballarat Wildlife Park is a must-visit destination for nature lovers young and old. You can even see two Sumatran Tigers – Maneki and Satu – playing in their state-of-the-art sanctuary. A single day entry pass includes a 1.5 hour guided tour, daily animal shows and presentations as well as access to the park’s souvenir shop and café.

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