Kyabram Fauna Park is home to more than 600 native Australian animals including koalas, dingoes, kangaroos, wombats, wallabies, echidna, emus, flying-foxes and quolls. Kangaroos, emus and wallabies are free-ranging.
Kyabram Fauna Park's reptile house includes native snakes, crocodile, lizards and turtles. The Nestle Invertebrate Exhibition includes spiders, scorpions and stick insects.
Many native birds call the Park home including cockatoos, owls, finches, brolga and bush-stone curlew. The Park has a large walk-in aviaries as well as extensive wetlands that are home to many species of water bird.
Kyabram Fauna Park encompasses 55 hectares of open woodland, wetlands and lakes. Visitor facilities include shelters, Park View Cafe and gift shop. A children's playground and free barbeques are located at the Park's entrance. They are RV friendly.
Located in the Goulburn Valley of Northern Victoria, the Park is two minutes from the Kyabram Town Centre and a 30 minute drive from Echuca and Shepparton.
Adults: $20 Seniors: $16 Children (four to 16 years old): $10 Children under four years: free Family day pass (two adults and up to three children): $55 Annual Memberships Annual family membership (two adults and two children): $110 Additional children: $10 Annual single membership: $55
|$10.00 - $20.00|
- Daily: 10:00am - 5:00pm
25 Dec 2019
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