A place of beauty for any wildlife and animal lover.
Good news now the animal lovers! The Ballarat Wildlife Park has reopened and is the perfect day trip for anyone that wants to get up close and personal with wildlife.
The park specialising in native Australian animals and a wide variety of exotic reptiles. Here you’ll find Ballarat’s friendliest Meerkats, Kangaroo Island Kangaroos, giant Tortoises, Rattlesnakes, giant Anacondas, little penguins, Sumatran tigers, Pythons, crocodiles, alpacas, and even Tasmanian Devils and Victoria’s only Komodo Dragon. It’s a place of beauty for any wildlife and animal lover… and it’s one championed by a strong passion for the conservation of wildlife and the environment.
It’s a great day out for couples, families, friends or it’s great even if you want to head out solo – these animals don’t judge. You can even have personal encounters with some of the animals to make it truly memorable, like hand-feeding the 100 free-roaming kangaroos, pat the little joeys, carry a wombat, wrap a snake around your shoulders, or get your picture taken with Hugo, their Giant Tortoise who is over eighty years old.
So, what are you waiting for? Round up your animals loving friends and make the trip to Ballarat, you won’t regret it.
Situated on the corner of York and Fussell streets, the Ballarat Wildlife Park is open daily between 9am and 5pm.
Visit the website for more details.