The final leg of AU travel diary is all about my most favorite part – seeing KANGAROOS and KOALAS up close. Big shout-out to Ms. Darlene for taking us to a day tour at Kyabram Fauna Park.
The park opened in 1976 with only two kangaroos and one emu. Fast fact: Kangaroo and emu are bearers of Australian Coat of Arms. At present, Kyabram has exhibited 600 Australian Native Fauna and also has established more than 6000 native trees and plants. For the rest, let me show you my encounter. Enjoy!Baby lizards in the Quarantine Room.Meet Getcha, the crocodile.So glad to capture these cuddly koalas fully awake as they sleep 20-23hrs a day. Get up kids!Hairy-Nosed Wombat.Emu, the big bird.Bunch of Wallabies.Tasmanian Devil in real life!Flying Foxes.Ancient bathroom.Pink Cockatoos.Gallah, the gloomy bird.Black Swan in real life.And the stars of the hour, KANGAROOOOOOOS!
*Visit Kyabram Fauna Park at 75 Lake Rd, Kyabram VIC 3620
*Park Hours: 9:30AM-5:30PM (Closed Christmas Day and Good Friday)