Visit Cleland Wildlife Park and feed kangaroos as they laze, wander wetlands, and surround yourself with over 130 species of Australian wildlife, all just 20 minutes from Adelaide.
Cleland Wildlife Park is one of only a few places in the world where visitors can hold a koala or feed a wombat.
The award-winning Cleland Wildlife Park is one of South Australia’s must-see attractions. Located in a beautiful natural bush land setting, Cleland offers visitor’s many memorable opportunities to discover a large number of South Australia’s captivating wildlife. Many animals are free-roaming in the 35-hectare park, creating wonderful impromptu opportunities to touch and interact with their native wildlife.
Engaging interpretation, daily educational keeper talks, and self-guided discovery trails, all enhance the visitor’s experience. Personal encounters with South Australian wildlife, combined with a licensed café and souvenir shop, ensure that Cleland has something for everyone.
*Please note during extreme weather events the park may be closed for guests safety. Visit their website for further details.