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“Good area to see wildlife.”
This natural setting is very good, however the facilities are not the best and the cafe can prove to be expensive for middle of the road food, mostly pies, pasties, chips etc and a family may fine this an expensive day out.查看详情
Bernhardstauner, 2013-01-01
“Warrawong”
Low-key and laid-back Warrawong hs an interesting history having been established by Dr John Wamsley, known as the 'cat man' because of his penchant for wearing hats decorated with the skins of feral cats which he worked to eradicate in his bid to preserve vulnerable native wildlife. Warrawong's other claim to fame is as the home of several platypus - if you're patient you may be rewarded with a glimpse of one or more in the large lake (however nothing in nature is guaranteed!).查看详情
F P, 2012-12-26
“great value”
We had our son's 8th birthday party here with 12 other boys and 2 girls. The kids had a fantastic time with the animal show and walking around the sanctuary. Highly recommended.查看详情
Their_Mum_Ann, 2012-12-26
“There was a little animal everyplace the guide put the flashlight”
First we went for the nocturnal walk. It was great. Saw either 1 platypus several times or several platypuses. Saw two kinds of possums, Fed two kinds of kangaroos, Saw several kinds of Wallabys and potoroos, several bandicoots, Bettongs, Koalas... Animals I didn't even know about before I went there. I loved this park. The guide knew just where to find the animals and what they all were. I originally planned to go to a different park the next day but didn't because our GPS didn't know about it 查看详情
hmsrobesonia, 2012-12-26
“Worth a visit”
A very interesting afternoon was spent at the park and and enjoyed a very good lunch. Well worth a visit.查看详情
caerlaverock, 2012-11-27
“Great Nocturnal Tour”
Participated in a nocturnal walk - great value. Guided by an experience guide - was able to see native wildlife at night. Saw a platypus, kangaroos, possums, plenty of bandicoots and potoroos. Walk is sometimes on uneven surfaces and can be uphill or downhill and lighting is limited. Next time I will bring my own torch! Park is free entry during the day - nocturnal walks there is a charge. Well worth it. Look forward to visiting again.查看详情
schester, 2012-11-16
“Mixed bag”
Been there at least 5 times, sometimes paying to get in at dusk, never saw a platypus. Saw a few koalas which was nice, and some wallabies and kangaroos查看详情
KoolKatybug, 2012-11-13
“A hidden gem”
Loved this place. A good place for a stroll in the wilderness. The kids loved it too. Lake was fascinating查看详情
clarkey65, 2012-11-11
“A Pleasant Australian Experience”
My husband was disappointed as not many animals and we had to pay extra for the talk where we thought everyone got a hold of the animals - but we were wrong. There wasn't enough time for everyone to enjoy the experience. I'm glad I've been but prefer other wildlife sanctuaries to this one.查看详情
Tricia H, 2012-11-06
“Take your overseas friends!”
When people say 'what can we do in Adelaide?' sometimes the answer can be a bit negative, but a short drive out the city is this beautiful animal sanctuary that lets you get up close to the native Australian wildlife. A lovely place for a Sunday picnic.查看详情
MeganM24, 2012-11-05
“A quieter spot to visit.”
We love Warrawong because it's free! It's not often that happens. We get to feed kangaroos, see wallabies and koalas. We have looked often for platypus but no luck.
It's a bit far out of town, but can be added into visiting the Hills villages of Stirling (beautiful in Autumn) or Hahndorf (getting busier by the day).
We like the cafe, and it's decor and signing has been improved since being taken over by Adelaide Zoos.
It has a nice feel to it: relaxed, you are left to take your time 查看详情
flo136, 2012-10-29
“so beautilfull”
so natural and the animals in there natural habitat a lovely place to visit for the day with family or friends查看详情
425roberto, 2012-10-18
“Enjoyed the Nocturnal Walk”
We'd heard that the night walk at this place was good and everyone had a great time. We saw stacks of animals including a brief glimpse of a platypus. It started with a chance to feed some super tame kangaroos, which the kids loved; but then moved onto a slow walk through the park with a friendly keeper, which I enjoyed. At night, you forget that you are in a zoo, you can't see the fence that keeps everything in and both adults and kids felt pretty quickly, they were wondering in the bush.查看详情
Grumpy_academic, 2012-09-17
“Okay, nothing too exciting.”
We arrived here after a drive through the Adelaide Hills - the fact that entry is free for a walk around the park I am thankful for. I think that if I'd paid, I would have felt very ripped off. We only saw a few kangaroos/wallabies and some bandicoot rats. My partner and I enjoy photography so enjoyed it for this, but other than that, it wasn't very enthralling or exciting. Don't expect too much when you go.查看详情
Amelia1810, 2012-09-09
“coffee and cake”
A peaceful pleasant spot away from the RAT RACE. food good and a large wood fire in the winter. Large native garden to wander around, children friendly, Margaret of Stirling S A查看详情
Gloria Margaret E, 2012-08-16

Warrawong Sanctuary
Stock Rd, Mylor | Stirling, Adelaide, South Australia5152, Australia

电话:08 8370 9197

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Every other year I buy a membership because my child and her cousin love to go. When we heard that the Space Shuttle Enterprise was coming to town we were excited even though it never went to space. Long story short, you don't get to go inside the shuttle. There is very little interactive displays. My sister went to see the one in Washington DC, she read more went inside and it was free.

The rest of the museum is as fantastic as ever. The family still enjoys it.