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Featherdale Wildlife Park

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217 - 229 Kildare Rd | Doonside, Blacktown, New South Wales 2767, Australia
+61 2 9622 1644
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Featherdale Wildlife Park is Sydney's ultimate hands-on wildlife experience! We're located just 45 minutes drive from Sydney and en-route to the world famous Blue Mountains. With over 1,700 mammals, birds and reptiles, our comprehensive collection of Australian species awaits your visit. You can meet a Koala, feed the Kangaroos and Wallabies, admire the size of our enormous Saltwater Crocodile "Ngukkur" and loads more! There's a Kitchen and Cafe on site with an abundance of great food and beverage choices for the whole family, and a HUGE retail store for you to find the ultimate keepsake from your trip to Featherdale! We also offer FREE WIFI to visitors throughout the main facilities in the park. There is FREE onsite vehicle parking and we're easily accessible by public transportation. Simply catch a train to Blacktown and board Bus #729 to Featherdale.
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  • Average6%
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Suggested Duration: 2-3 hours
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217 - 229 Kildare Rd | Doonside, Blacktown, New South Wales 2767, Australia
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Reviewed yesterday

Close to Sydney and thus on most tours that go to the Blue Mountains, this is a very popular tour stop. But if you are touring Australia, there are much better animal parks than this crowded and caged place. The animal sanctuaries at Lone Pine...More

Thank Robert Q
Reviewed 2 days ago via mobile

Had a really good day here. It was a different experience to other zoos as it allows you to feed and stroke the animals. Some reviews said that the enclosures are small and that the staff are not there to look after the animals -...More

Thank Hal T
Reviewed 2 days ago

This was a stop on the way to Blue Mountains. Good experience to interact with the animals of Austrailia. Breakfast with the koalas was great, however the cost to take a picture with them was a bit too pricey. Friendly and helpful staff.

Thank Blue64TrinidadWI
Reviewed 2 days ago

We went to this tawdry 'wildlife park' as part of a Blue Mountains day trip and we wish we hadn't as it greatly upset us. It is a moneymaking enterprise that does not seem to care for its animals: all the recent spending seems to...More

Thank Adrian B
Reviewed 3 days ago

Part of our Blue Mountain tour was a stop at this park to see and interact with the wildlife of Australia. The complex covers all of the major species of animals and birds. You can feed the kangaroos and have a photo taken with a...More

Thank BobN06
Reviewed 3 days ago

Good place with a very friendly staff, A very hands-on experience with all the animals. However the prices are quite high. Kids really do enjoy a day with the wildlife at featherdale.

Thank Kylah R
Reviewed 6 days ago

These Poor Animals. Extremely sad to see animals there in over populated exhibits in small enclosures. It's a disgrace. Is it legal? Some of the koala's have tiny areas surrounded by 3 walls and an opening for people to look at them through. No natural...More

Thank Mundaka7
Reviewed 1 week ago

We stopped on the way to the Blue Mountains and wow!!! This park is amazing!!! Really worthwhile the visit. Plenty of animals to marvel. Here you can see basically all the bird species in Australia, feed and touch kangaroos and wallabies, get up close with...More

Thank rollofonico
Reviewed 1 week ago via mobile

A great venue for little ones. They can wander among friendly animals. View reptiles and beautiful birds. A great place full of beautiful Australian fauna!

Thank ntjsmith2016
Reviewed 1 week ago via mobile

We thoroughly enjoyed our visit to featherdale. Beautiful well kept grounds and lovely animals. Well worth a visit.

Thank joziemc
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LesleyJaneKnoxJamies
8 July 2017|
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Response from Damanig | Reviewed this property |
You can take the train from Circular Quay (Blue Mountain line). Get down at the Blacktown station, and take a bus from right outside the station. You can use the Sydney OPAL travel card for both the trips. There are plenty... More
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Kayla R
28 June 2017|
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Response from Ray H | Reviewed this property |
We took some overseas visitors there and they got close and personal with most of the animals. There is a fee to hold the Koalas and have your photo taken, and you need to buy a bag of some recommended food to feed the Roos... More
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Alexander R
12 May 2017|
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Response from Maxwell L | Property representative |
Hi MrsKanga, We have lots of Quokka's at the park, however they don't live in the free-roaming exhibits as they're quite temperamental compared to other Wallaby and Kangaroo species. You can still feed the Quokka roo-food... More
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