Ballarat Wildlife Park is located on the eastern outskirts of Ballarat, Victoria's third largest city, about 5 kilometers from downtown Ballarat and covers an area of about 16 hectares.
Ballarat Wildlife Park is home to a variety of rare animals such as wild birds, parrots, kangaroos, koalas, bag badgers, kangaroos and koalas. The zoo was founded in 1985 and is a private industry. Gregory Parker (Greg Parker), the owner of the park, became interested in indigenous animals and ecological conservation in Australia more than 20 years ago and often photographed and collected wild animals. Ballarat Wildlife Park has now become a paradise for local wildlife in Australia, with a considerable number of animals, including kangaroos, koalas, eagles, black swans, crocodiles, koalas, etc., most of them are native to Australia, as well as some foreign animals, such as Indian star turtles, American alligators and giant land turtles. In addition, reptiles in the wildlife park are one of the largest collections here, not only from native Australian reptiles, but also from outside Australia.
Ballarat Wildlife Park has broad grasslands, staggered trees, all animals are leisurely and not afraid of people, tourists can carry food in the garden to feed some mild animals, such as free kangaroo, a scene of complete closeness to nature. Guided tours are provided at 11:00 every day, and weekend keeper feeding shows begin at 01:30 on Saturdays and Sundays. Other services at the zoo include Australian jungle barbecue, cafes and premium souvenir shops.
- Adult: $35
- Children (5 15 years old): $19.5
- Families (2 big and 4 small): 95 Australian dollars
- There is a certain discount on booking on the official website