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Australia Walkabout Wildlife Park

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Previously known as the Calga Springs Sanctuary, the Australia Walkabout Wildlife Park has been open since April 2001. Situated a 50-minute drive north of Sydney, it's the only feral-free natural bushland in NSW that also has the fortune to contain ancient Aboriginal sites, including cave paintings and middens. While the whole site is roughly 170 acres, the area free of feral predators amounts to 80 acres. Surrounded by a state-of-the-art fox- and cat-proof fence, the exclusion zone is home to around 180 species of mammals, birds, reptiles and frogs. Many of these animals are species on the verge of extinction, but here, protected from introduced dangers, they are thriving. The Park is open every day except Christmas Day.

Additional Information

  • Type/Category: Parks & Recreation
  • Website: http://walkaboutpark.com.au/index.php?id=28
  • Street Address: Cnr Peats Ridge and Darkiljung Roads
  • Suburb: Calga
  • State: NSW
  • Postcode: 2250
  • Phone Number: 02 43751100

Australia Walkabout Wildlife Park


Pacific Highway
Calga, New South Wales.
Australia ,2250