This is the Featherdale Wildlife Park located in Western Sydney, now a prime tourist attraction here and the best wildlife park in Australia. It was just a poultry farm in 1953 and now holds a lot of enormous collection of Australian mammals, birds and reptiles.
I’ve been here two times now and the last was when a friend held a birthday party of his first born son at the function room inside the park. I would recommend for you to visit it someday. I noticed that visitors love most to get closer to the Australian animal icons like Kangaroos and Koalas, fed and touch them more than any other animals, and the crocodiles, they’re just curious to see them especially when they open up their big mouth.
Inside the zoo, birds do abound, they have native birds including eagles, owls, brolgas, emus, cockatoos and lorikeets. Also they have penguins, marsupials including kangaroos, wallabies, echidnas, bilbies, wombats, Tasmanian devils and, of course, koalas and reptiles including, crocodiles, lizards, snakes and frogs. They even have a farmyard with an assortment of farm animals for the kids to watch, become familiar with and feed. Do you love the wildlife, too?