• Nature & wildlife tours

Australian Wildlife & Indigenous Cultural Experience

Koala and Kangaroo Wildlife Tour:

Come and experience the real 'Outback Australian Bush', only an hour train ride from downtown Melbourne. On the very small, personal and intimate private tour, you will meet the most friendliest kangaroo in the world named Jo. On both morning and afternoon tours you will have an introductory indigenous
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cultural experience, as well as see and pat native koalas, kangaroos, wallabies, emu's and wombats all up close. This experience is great fun for families and people of all ages. The tour starts at the Narana Aboriginal Cultural Centre and finishes at the Jirrahlinga Koala and Wildlife Sanctuary.

New Sunset Wildlife & Cultural Tour:

Come on a once in a lifetime experience and immerse yourself into the Australian indigenous culture of the Wadawurrung traditional land owners. This unique tour is very special as it provides exclusive after hours access to see kangaroo, wallabies and emu's when they are most active in their natural habitat. Learn about the indigenous cultural significance of the didgeridoo in a traditional native setting and how to throw a real authentic Australian boomerang.

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Tour operator:
Cost:
Adult
$119.00
Days of operation:
  • Please refer to the Kangaroo Jack Tours booking website below to see all tour dates and times.

Tour highlights:
  • Narana Aboriginal Cultural Centre
    The Narana Aboriginal Cultural Centre provides exclusive access to provide an introductory indigenous cultural experience and hands on Australian wildlife experience in a traditional native setting. The Narana Aboriginal Cultural Centre also provides exclusive after hours access not open to the general pubic for Kangaroo Jack Tours on our very special Sunset Wildlife and Indigenous Cultural Tour. Available Monday to Friday from 4:30pm to 7:30pm.
  • Jirrahlinga Koala & Wildlife Sanctuary
    The Jirrahlinga Koala &Wildlife Santuary provides Kangaroo Jack Tours with exclusive access not open to the general public to bottle feed / hand feed joey (baby) kangaroos and wallabies, as well as extraordinary access to get up close and pat koala’s. Please note koala’s are highly restricted in Victoria and most States / Territory’s in Australia, so this experience provides a rare once in a lifetime opportunity to pat a koala.

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Sugargum Drive, Waurn Ponds, Victoria, 3216
  • -38.2155106 144.3042856