Purchase tickets to Gorge Wildlife Park near Adelaide CBD online here for an entertaining and family-friendly day out. This wildlife park is home to an array of exotic and native animals set out over 14 acres of leafy green terrain. The Gorge Wildlife Park has been operated by the same family since 1965 and is well known across generations in Adelaide. Bring your little ones along to enjoy a koala cuddle or walk amongst the kangaroos in the paddock. There are also unique wildlife to learn about at the Gorge Wildlife Park including cheeky monkeys, lemurs, otters, meerkats and Alligators plus some Tasmanian devils, rainbow lorikeets, dingoes and more many creatures.
Fun place to visit and an easygoing website to order tickets. But they need more effort to clean the surrounding...
If there are other discounts that can be offered, let the price be different from the official website, it will be best.
Sweet little wildlife park with range of animals from across the world.
This is a sweet little wildlife park that is deceptively large. The highlight is holding the koalas, which can be purchased for an extra $10 at the counter on arrival. The keepers were extremely kind and knowledgeable. They explained things about the koalas really well and were great with young kids. That is the only animal feeding or keeper talk there on a regular weekday. Quite hilly so mostly suitable for people comfortable with walking longer distances. The main animals are near the front. The newer spider monkey exhibit is extremely well done and it seems like they are starting to update many enclosures. This was a fantastic day out and spent a majority of the day there with a young toddler.
It's off the beaten track but this tiny little wildlife packs a punch.
There was a broad range of animals from around the world but the highlights were definitely the native animals. It was $10 on-site to hold a koala or free to pat. There were $2.50 animal feed bags to hand feed the kangaroos and wallabies. Surprises were the little penguins, lemurs, and meerkats. There is really a lot to see. We arrived at 9.30am and left at 3.30pm. Solid day.