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Gorge Wildlife Park

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by Erin Jade (subscribe)
Writer/Blogger, aspiring published author Can usually be found on the floor with my two boys laughing, photographing something or dragging home furniture to up cycle.
Published September 13th 2014
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14 acres of rolling pathways, a range of native and exotic animals as well as a children's petting zoo, the Gorge Wildlife Park is a fantastic place to visit. Located just beyond Tea Tree Gully, the drive down is just beautiful (just don't take your eyes too far off the road!)

A large section of the park has free ranging wildlife of various birdlife and kangaroos, many of them white. The kangaroos are incredibly gentle and relaxed making it safe for younger children to get up close and feed them the pellets or biscuits available for purchase for a few dollars at the kiosk.

gorge wildlife park


You can choose to bring your own lunch and eat on the grass areas or at the picnic tables as well as use the BBQ or you can purchase your lunch at the kiosk.

Interactive Koala cuddling is also available at 11.30am, 1.30pm and 3.30pm.

Gorge Wildlife Park is open daily from 9am 5pm except Christmas Day.

white kangaroo




Entry Fees are:
Adults $15
Children (3-15 years) $9-00
Student & Senior Concession* $12
Family Passes start at $42 (2 Adults & 2 Children)
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Why? Great family day out. Room to move
When: Everyday except Christmas 9am-5pm
Phone: 08 83892206
Where: 30 Redden Dr Cudlee Creek SA 5232
Cost: Adults $15 Children (3-15 years) $9-00 Student & Senior Concession* $12 Family Passes start at $42 (2 Adults & 2 Children)
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