Featherdale Wildlife Park caters for people of all ages, as all visitors to the park have the opportunity to get up close and personal with a number of Australia’s native wildlife.

The Wildlife Park is located in Sydney, which makes it an easy park to access for travelers new to the area. The park was established in 1972 and designed on seven acres of private land. The aim of the park’s establishment was to offer a combination of conservation and education in a fun and engaging way. The beauty of Featherdale National Park is the opportunities to both feed or hold the animals throughout the day. Native Australian animals such as kangaroos and wallabies are available to hand feed throughout the duration of your visit. The park has a diverse range of wildlife, from cuddly koalas, jumping crocodiles and flying foxes! As well as interacting with animals, the wildlife park in one of Australia’s leading wildlife conservation parks, therefore you might be lucky enough to see a baby koala or joey throughout your visit!