Behind the gardens is a trail that circles the park and leads to small paddocks and sections of bush and trees where emus, wallabies and deer reside. There are also sugar gliders, monkeys, wombats, flying foxes and koalas, and a bird aviary for those not stricken with fear at the sight of winged creatures en masse.
Wallabies (and baby!) at Cudgee Creek Wildlife Park
Entry to the park is $10 for adults and $5 for children. This fee also includes a bucket of food with which to feed the animals. It's a fun day out with hands-on involvement with the wildlife - just watch out for the monkeys; they tend to get a mite excitable.