Come and enjoy a great family day out at the Bunbury Wildlife Park, Prince Philip Drive, Bunbury.
More information The Bunbury Wildlife Park is open from 10am to 5pm every day except for Christmas, Boxing Days and Good Friday, and is open for breakfast from 9am Saturdays!
Located just 5 minutes from the Bunbury CBD, there is heaps to see and do. Feed the parrots in the free flight aviaries or get up close and hand feed the kangaroos in the kangaroo enclosure. The Park is home to over 60 varieties of birds and marsupials invcluding kookaburras, a wombat and dingoes.
Adjacent to a large children’s playground with equipment for all ages and abilities, the Bunbury Wildlife Park also has barbecues, a café, souvenir shop and all day free parking.
Check out the birthday party options available, at www.bunburywildlifepark.com.au or telephone 9721 8380. Visit Website
Visited this small city zoo. It is not big but has very friendly staff. As visitors from the UK it was very unique to be able to walk and feed some of the native birds in a walk through aviary. It was also nice to feed the very gentle and friendly kangaroos. This place is aimed at families with small children but as an adult it was still very enjoyable. This place is well worth a visit go check it out. It is good value for money, clean tidy and it has a small collection of well kept animals.
As far as wildlife parks go, it's a below average park with minimal animals (most of them are birds) There's a big area you can enter to pat and feed some kangaroos and risk your hand against a pair of hungry emus. Not a bad place for little kids but lacking entertainment for the older ones and adults. On the plus side its next to a huge public playground which is great for all ages.
We had a great day at the Bunbury Wildlife Park today as Grandparents day was held there. Bunbury City Council did a magnificent job staging this event. There was plenty to participate in from face painting, story telling ,stalls train and pony rides, magic show, through to the kangaroos , Birds made it a day to remember. The sausage sizzle went down a treat. Well done Bunbury City Council
Wonderful wildlife park. It was very refreshing to see such large enclosures, especially for the birds. You can walk through 2 of the bird enclosures and see them up close. The sleepy wombat in its den was adorable. The kangaroos are very friendly and very gently nibble the food from your hand. Overall the animals seem to be very well looked after. The food at the cafe was also very nice. If ever in the area again will definitely revisit.
Variety of animals are limited, mainly birds. The main attraction was the kangaroos. Quite a number of them and you get to feed them. Encountered one kangaroo that got quite impatient and attempt to grab our bag of food. The big playground beaide the park is free and is lovely for the kids to spend some time.