Ever wanted to hold a koala? At Cleland Wildlife Park you can!
Just 20 minutes drive from Adelaide, you can touch and feed captivating wildlife in this open range wildlife sanctuary.
Have your photo taken holding a koala, hand feed kangaroos and wander among Australian wildlife. Join animal keepers as they feed lorikeets, Tasmanian Devils, dingoes, water birds and other native animals.
At night the bush also comes to life. Accompany guides and share the night-time world of Australia’s intriguing and endangered animals including potoroos, bettongs and bandicoots. Wallabies and kangaroos also become more active and alert at night. Bookings essential.
Don’t miss out on the Ocean to Outback Interpretative Centre where South Australia’s landscapes are on display.
Cleland Wildlife Park is nestled within Cleland Conservation Park just three kilometres from Mount Lofty Summit.
Encounters with wildlife, licensed cafe and souvenir shop, ensures there’s something for everyone at ...read more
This park has been around forever, and I have to say I reckon it's showing its age. The enclosures and some of the older areas are worn. Having said that, there's still stacks of animals including the requisite kangaroos & emus who will eat as much as you can put anywhere near them, and their collection of snakes/lizards/spiders are pretty good. The scenery is fantastic too, lots of land and plenty of natural wildlife like kookaburras too - nice for overseas visitors.
It's a nice place, just not sure if it's worth the entry price.