Tuesday, 22 December 2020

Top Nature Parks on the east coast of Australia

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Australia is a wildlife paradise. It is a home to a rich biodiversity, in fact it is one of only seventeen ‘megadiverse’ nations and is home to more species than any other developed country. Compared to other regions of the world it boasts some of the most unique wildlife on the planet. 


It is home to an array of different and unique varieties of animals, birds, reptiles and plants.  Australia is renowned for plant life such as gum trees, wild animals including the kangaroo, koala, dingo and wallaby, reptiles such as the Australian crocodile and the blue tongued lizard, plus is a bird lover’s paradise with aussie birds such as the little penguin, tawny frogmouth and the Australian southern cassowary.

As Australia has such diverse and unique fauna, it is worthwhile exploring the wondrous wildlife when visiting. Whether you are backpacking around this amazing country or enjoying a luxury city break to Sydney there are many amazing nature parks where you can experience the wildlife that calls Australia its home. Getting close to nature is not hard, you don’t even have to venture far from the bustling, busy cities of Sydney or Brisbane as there are many nature parks and zoos within travelling distance from the cities. 

Explore Australia’s wildlife at these top nature parks located on the east coast of Australia - 


Maleny Botanic Gardens and Bird World

Located North of Brisbane, in the Sunshine Coast hinterland, Maleny Botanic Gardens and Bird World is a nature lovers paradise.  It is a relaxing, heavenly land with unique, lush and tranquil gardens, idyllic waterfalls and spectacular views of the Glasshouse Mountains. This green paradise is also home to over 700 different fascinating bird species. 


Wildlife Sydney Zoo

Offering an Australian animal adventure, Wildlife Sydney Zoo is home to an incredible array of iconic Australian animals. Located in the centre of Sydney in Darling Harbour, you can escape the exciting city and delve into the wilderness of Australia. Iconic Australian animals at the zoo include impressive creatures such as crocodiles, kangaroos and wombats are available to see for an extraordinary day out. They also offer a range of incredible experiences including the Devil’s Den, Gumtree Valley and the Kangaroo Walkabout.

Currumbin Wildlife Sanctuary

Situated on the Gold Coast, Currumbin Wildlife Sanctuary is located in idyllic, beautiful grounds of green, eucalyptus rainforests. Home to an array of exotic and fascinating animals, such as koalas, lorikeets, kangaroos, crocodiles, dingoes and tasmanian devils, Currumbin Wildlife Sanctuary nurtures and cares for its creatures with its inspiring and impressive wildlife hospital and conservation projects! Get up close to Australia’s native creatures and take pictures with koala bears and snappy crocodiles for an unforgettable day out perfect for nature lovers!


Featherdale Wildlife Park 

A haven for koalas, Featherdale Nature Park boasts the largest collection of koalas in New South Wales. It is also home to an array of over 2,000 native Australian animals including tasmanian devils, bilbies, echidnas, dingos and wombats, as well as over 260 other animal species. Located just 45 minutes South West of Sydney, Featherdale Nature Park provides the incredible opportunity of learning about these animals through educational talks. Visitors can also get up close with these iconic Australian creatures with their unique animal encounters such as the Quokka Selfie Encounter, Penguin Encounter and the Koala Mums Encounter for an inspiring day out


Symbio Wildlife Park

Located about 40 minutes south of Sydney, this wonderful nature park is home to an array of exotic and native animals to Australia. Symbio Wildlife Park boasts 16 beautiful, well-kept acres of land where animals such as red pandas, cheetahs, alligators, koalas, kangaroos and many more incredible creatures can be seen. As well as discovering unique wildlife, the park allows visitors to get up close with the animals with their once-in-a-lifetime, interactive animal encounters. 


To help you you find tickets to nature parks and zoos in Australia, at the best prices, take a look at best-tickets.com.au 



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