Cleland Wildlife Park – Wombat Experience

Nature and wildlife

Wombats are perfectly designed for digging with their short legs, broad feet and sharp claws. They are able to dig extensive burrow systems of over 100 metres in length and can run at up to 40 kilometres per hour.

Cleland is one of the only places in Australia that guests can have an up close and personal experience with a wombat.

You’ll be able to enter the enclosure and pat, feed and take photos with Fred while their knowledgeable keeper gives a unique insight into this intriguing species.

Health and safety conditions apply to their Wombat experience.

Wombat feeding tours are offered at 11.45am and must be pre-booked online prior to visiting. See our website for more details.

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Accreditation

Australian Tourism Accreditation

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