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Featherdale Wildlife Park

about Featherdale Wildlife Park ...

If you want to see wild animals, best place is Taronga Zoo. If you want to touch or feed a Koala, a kangaroo, an emu or any other specific Australian animal, then Featherdale Wildlife Park is the way to go.
Featherdale Wildlife Park - Frilled Necked Lizard
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Featherdale Wildlife Park - Cassuary
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Beside touching you can also take very good photos with the animals or have somebody take a picture with you petting a koala or a kangaroo.

Featherdale Wildlife Park tries to emulate as close as possible the natural bush setting and scenery.

Featherdale Wildlife Park include a Café, souvenir shop and shady picnic areas with BBQ's, baby changing and disabled facilities also provided.

tourist information ...

Featherdale Wildlife Park - Kookabura
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How to get there
Take the train to Blacktown Station (45 min. from Sydney CBD), and then walk or catch a bus to Featherdale Wildlife Park. See map.

Contact details:
Featherdale Wildlife Park
217-229 Kildare Road
Doonside, NSW 2767
Ph: +61 2 9622 1644
Web site: Featherdale Wildlife Park.

Hours of Operation:
Featherdale Wildlife Park is open 7 days a week, every day of the year except Christmas Day. For more details check Featherdale Wildlife Park web site.
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