In the Wetlands an array of wading birds can be viewed foraging for fish and crustaceans in the waterways. This area depicts the amazing diversity of our natural wetlands that are important fringing areas and provide a link to many ecosystems.
In this area, you will find a multitude of bird species – including the black-necked stork – as well as fruit bats, koalas and ‘The Hut’.
‘The Hut’ is the central location from which most of our Tours and Presentations depart or occur.
Wildlife Habitat is the only park in the world to have successfully bred Black-Necked Storks. Along the Stork Walk you can see our female Black-Necked Stork Jabbie who has mothered 18 offspring.
The Billabong Habitat is located under the Stork Tower, giving you an eye-to-eye view of the Black-necked Stork. It is home to some of the smaller, more elusive wetland bird species including kingfisher, rails, stilts and Australia’s smallest parrot species – the double-eyed fig-parrot.
Meet one of Australia’s most iconic marsupials. You can personally have your photo taken with a koala, which makes the perfect souvenir. Check out the photo times here.