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Ballarat Wildlife Park

Location: Ballarat, Goldfields

Hours: 9am to 5pm

The Ballarat Wildlife Park is a family operated wildlife conservation Park that features famous Australian native animals but also amazing species from around the World.
Set on 30 acres of native bushland, spend a relaxing visit at Victoria's number 1 interactive wildlife experience.
Our guest will enjoy feeding our 100 free roaming Kangaroos, cuddle a Koala, pat a Wombat, meet our cheeky Meerkats and even feed a mighty Sumatran Tiger.

In our Reptile House marvel at our 5 meter Super Croc "Crunch" , Giant Tortoises, Anacondas, Cobras, Rattlesnakes, the World's most venomous land snake, the Taipan and Victoria's only Komodo Dragons.


With over 100 Kangaroos roaming free, around the Park, we give you the opportunity to experience hand feeding these amazing animals.

We also give you the chance to interact with Koalas, Wombats, and a variety of reptiles ranging from Snakes to Lizards and even a giant Tortoise.

You can enjoy lunch in our fully licensed cafe or bring along a picnic to have on our outdoor table and chairs, surrounded by the Kangaroos.

And while at the Park, why not ask our friendly staff about our ‘Animal Experiences’, which is a photo of you and an animal, professionally taken as your souvenir to take home.


250 Fussell St, Ballarat East VIC 3350, Australia

Cancellation Policy

Ballarat Wildlife Park requires 48 hours notice for any cancellation. If required notification is given you will receive a full refund. Please note that in accordance with Public Health Government regulations we are required to see proof of your full Vaccination Certificate with photo ID before entering the park this applies to all visitors aged 12 years and over.


The City of Ballarat acknowledges the Traditional Custodians of the land we live and work on, the Wadawurrung and Dja Dja Wurrung People, and recognises their continuing connection to the land and waterways. We pay our respects to their Elders past, present and emerging and extend this to all Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander People.