Bunbury Wildlife Park

Star 4.4 (5 Google reviews)
The Bunbury Wildlife Park operates on seasonal hours Summer hours (Term 4 and Term 1) is open from 10 am to 4pm, 5 days per week (closed Monday and Tuesday) Winter hours (Term 2 and Term 3) we are open 10am to 4pm, 4 days per week (Closed Monday-Wednesday) School holidays we are open 7 days per week! We're closed Christmas, Boxing Day and Good Friday and Anzac Day.

What makes Bunbury Wildlife Park different is the personal interaction you get with the animals which means you are sure to find a new furry or feathered friend!
Located just 5 minutes from the Bunbury CBD, there is heaps to see and do at Bunbury Wildlife Park. 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 including 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 souvenir shop, light refreshments (including coffee and ice-cream!) and all-day free parking. 

Feed the birds
There are two walk-through aviaries, with both South West and exotic species of birds. The birds will fly to you and feed from the palm of your hand for an up-close and personal experience. 

Chat with the cockatoos 
Always ready to perform the large cockatoos are incredibly entertaining - they laugh, dance, chat and even blow raspberries! The vocabulary these birds have is astounding and it is worth taking the time to interact with them.

Pat the kangaroos
Get up close to an Aussie icon when you meet this friendly mob of kangaroos. They live in a huge paddock with lots of native trees and welcome visitors, especially those with a bag of animal feed! They love human company and this is a great spot to take a seat and observe these unique creatures as they bounce around.

Picnic in the park
The tranquil setting of the Bunbury Wildlife Park makes it the ideal location for a family picnic. With shady trees and picnic tables, it would be a shame not to take advantage of the free BBQ. Bring a picnic along or purchase an ice-cream and sit amongst the beauty this park has to offer.


Animal Feeding
Coffee & Tea
Outdoor Dining
Picnic Spot
Scheduled Demonstrations
Secure Parking


Bunbury Wildlife Park

7 Prince Philip Dr, South Bunbury WA 6230


Star 4.4 (5 Google reviews)
Pam Griffin 10 November 2021

Great place to visit. You can feed the kangaroos, which are roaming free. Lots of birds and animals to see, including a peacock walking around. Also there are benches to sit and rest on, some in the shade. Tables and benches as well to enjoy your lunch, or a snack. Very enjoyable and will be going b...

Sandy Hart 24 September 2021

My client and I enjoyed our time. Would have been nice on entry to be told we could purchase snacks for the animals. We loved the only aviary we went in. My disabled client & I thought we'd ask the keeper why the lonely kookaburra in the cage had a free one hanging about-. Wasn't able to as we were ...

tiffany gunnell 28 August 2021

Had a birthday there recently and it was really good. All the kids and adults loved it

Steven Skelsey 12 October 2021

Me and my fiancee had a brilliant time, it was small but well varied, we especially loved the laughing bird

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