Featherdale wildlife park is "nah-ta-zu"! Ok, that was for you DisneyWorld fans out there. In English, it's "not a zoo". It's a wildlife park with only native Australian animals. Wallabies are walking around and you are able to feed and spend as much time with the animals as you like.
wildlife park is about an hour drive outside of Sydney and cost a very reasonable $27. Petting a koala is totally worth $30.
|The very endangered Tazmanian Devil.|
What's the coolest animal encounter you've ever had?
Love and pouches,
Carissa & Kyle