Koala Experiences Close-up Encounters (free of charge). Two times a day, at 11am and again at 2pm (the 2pm session will not occur when the temperature is above 32 degrees Celsius at Mount Barker). Get up close to one of Australia's most loved animals. Bring your camera - this experience is free and you are allowed to take photos.
Hold a Koala
This experience is not free - but you get to cuddle a koala and you receive a photographic print to take home with you. Cost: $30 Daily sessions run between 2pm to 3.15pm. There are extra sessions at 11am and 11.45am on Sundays and public holidays.
Tasmanian Devil at Cleland Wildlife Park (Špaula mcmanus)
There's a large souvenir shop and licensed cafe/restaurant on site, but you're not obliged to purchase your food and drink from there. If you like, you can obtain a pass out to have a BBQ lunch in the carpark grounds and then return back to the park for more fun. There are gas barbecues in the picnic grounds and they are free to use. It makes the day more enjoyable for families on a budget. There are picnic tables and chairs located throughout the park if you want to BYO food and drink into Cleland.
Cleland Conservation Park
The adjoining conservation is a popular place for bush walkers and nature lovers. Each year, over 100,000 people walk through the conservation park from Waterfall Gull to the Mt Lofty Summit