The highlight of a trip to Australia has to be seeing and appreciating the diverse wildlife and nature of this incredible country. More than 80% of Australia’s plants, mammals, reptiles and frogs are unique to Australia. Many of its creatures are to be found nowhere else in the world so it’s definitely somewhere you’ll want to visit (as if you needed convincing). Visiting wildlife parks can be expensive while you’re on holiday, but thankfully best-tickets.com.au can help you find the best-priced tickets for your chosen attraction.
Take a look at 5 wildlife parks that you should visit while you’re in Australia:
1. Symbio Wildlife Park
Symbio Wildlife Park is home to a wide variety of exotic and native animals to Australia, including Koalas, Red Pandas, Cheetahs, Alligators, Kangaroos and many more incredible creatures!
Boasting 16 beautiful, well-kept acres of land, Symbio Wildlife Park is the perfect break from the city and discover unique wildlife species. You can even enjoy meeting these animals up-close with Symbio Wildlife Park’s once-in-a-lifetime, interactive animal encounters!
Symbio Wildlife Park is located in Helensburgh, just 40 minutes South of Sidney.
2. Bonorong Wildlife Sanctuary
At Bonorong Wildlife Sanctuary and social enterprise, you can escape into a wonderful and authentic wildlife world. This incredible wildlife experience will be enjoyed by all ages!
It offers a range of interactive experiences with exciting animal species including forester kangaroos, Tasmanian devils, wombats, koalas and sugar gliders and eastern quolls. Bonorong Wildlife Sanctuary is truly a wildlife lover’s paradise.
Bonorong Wildlife Sanctuary is located in Brighton, Tasmania, Australia.
3. Lone Pine Koala Sanctuary
When I was younger my dream was to see a koala in Australia. Here at Lone Pine Koala Sanctuary, this dream comes true. Here you won’t just see one, you’ll see more than a hundred of them. Incredibly, they have been providing a place of sanctuary for sick, injured and orphaned koalas and nurturing them in an idyllic, natural setting since 1927. You can also discover and hand-feed other animals, such as kangaroos, wallabies and a range of other animals.
Founded by Claude Reider, Lone Pine Koala Sanctuary is designed to protect these fascinating, furry friends. It’s a wonderful place to experience these incredible animals, Lone Pine Koala Sanctuary also provides an unforgettable, educational experience which can be enjoyed by all ages.
Lone Pine Koala Sanctuary can be found in Fig Tree Pocket (I love that name!), Queensland, Australia.
4. Australian Butterfly Sanctuary
The Australian Butterfly Sanctuary is the largest butterfly aviary and exhibit in the whole of the Southern Hemisphere with over 1600 butterflies.
Expect a colourful and vibrant day out. Learn about these incredible creatures and their fascinating lives through the sanctuary’s many unique butterfly experiences.
The Australian Butterfly Sanctuary is located in the centre of Kuranda, Queensland, Australia.
5. Currumbin Wildlife Sanctuary
Currumbin Wildlife Sanctuary is home to many exotic and fascinating animals, such as koalas, lorikeets, kangaroos, crocodiles, dingoes and Tasmanian devils. Learn how they nurture and care for their creatures with their inspiring and impressive wildlife hospital and conservation projects.
Currumbin Wildlife Sanctuary is located on the Gold Coast, Currumbin, Queensland, Australia.
Which wildlife park would you most like to visit in Australia?
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