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About Wildlife Guide In Sydney

Australia is home to quite a few unique species that are not found or rarely found anywhere else. Kangaroos and koalas are on the top of that list. There are many others like wallabies and Tasmanian devil. These animals native to Australia are called marsupials. While travelling in Sydney, most people give the local sightseeing places, iconic landmarks and water sports activities more priority, and rightfully so. However, the wildlife scene in Sydney is quite a vivid one. There are many places where one can see the rare native animals and interact with close quarters. The harbour area has some marine creature aquarium centres as well, which are home to sharks, stingrays, dugongs, and many other underwater animals. It is a very spine-chilling experience to see them, where these giant beasts are separated only

1.  Featherdale Wildlife Park

Featherdale Wildlife Park is the perfect place to meet koalas, kangaroos, and wallabies, and feed them with your own hands. Located on the western side of Sydney on the way to the beautiful Blue Mountains, this lovely park is a favourite among families. Kids love animals, and they love to be able to pet and feed them even more.

2. Sea Life Sydney Aquarium

To see the largest collection of Australian marine life, pay a visit to the Sea Life Sydney Aquarium at Darling Harbour. There are 14 different thematic displays, each devoted towards a particular attraction. There is ocean tunnel walk where all the marine creatures swim all around you mysteriously. There are the Shark Valley and Shark Walk. One can see animals like dugongs, stingrays, and seahorses as well.

3. Wildlife Sydney Zoo

Wildlife Sydney Zoo looks like a scene straight out of a National Geographic episode based in Australia. Navigating through the themes like Daintree Rainforest to find the Cassowary bird, explore the Kangaroo-Walkabout and see koalas in the Gum Tree Valley. There is a butterfly enclosure in the Sydney zoo as well, with hundreds of colourful wings fluttering by all the time.

4. Australian Reptile Park

In the north of Sydney in Somersby, the Australian Reptile Park is home to the country’s unique mammals and dangerous species of reptiles. Make it a point to visit the giant Galapagos tortoise Hugo and the saltwater crocodile Elvis. There is the rare type of animals here too – kangaroos, koalas, echidnas, platypuses, dingoes and more.

5. Koala Park Sanctuary

Located in the West Pennant Hills in Sydney, Koala Park Sanctuary is a privately owned wildlife park known for its collection of animals native to the land of Australia. The Koala bears that hang around the trees here are very cute and friendly, making this place a hit with children.

6. Taronga Zoo

Taronga Zoo in Sydney has over 4000 animals of 350 different species that they protect and preserve here. All the unique Australian animals can be seen from close proximity here. The zoo works towards saving many endangered and threatened species as well. There are many keeper talks throughout the day as well.

7. Symbio Wildlife Park

From seeing a Sumatran tiger up close to pet a Koala to feeding a kangaroo straight out of your

hand, Symbio Wildlife Park experience is as real as it gets. There is a Koala breeding sanctuary and a separate place for all the dangerous reptiles as well.


Taronga Zoo In Sydney

The Taronga Zoo is a major zoo of Australia which was founded originally by The Royal Zoological Society of New South Wales in 1884 at Billy goat swamp in Moore Park which was later shifted to the present location as an open range zoo in 1916 on 69 acres of land granted by the New South Wales government. The zoo is divided ...

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Featherdale Wildlife Park In Sydney

Featherdale Wildlife Park is located in Doonside in Australia. It is one of the zoos that features the native wildlife specifically marsupials and reptiles. The zoo that is spread across 7 acres of land is owned by Charles and Marjorie Wigg and was earlier a poultry farm. It was then purchased in the year 1953. The land was...

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  • Nature
  • Wildlife

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