Gorge Wildlife Park facts for kids
|Location||Cudlee Creek, South Australia, Australia|
|Land area||5.7 hectares (14 acres)|
Gorge Wildlife Park is a privately-owned sanctuary in the Australian state of South Australia. It is at Cudlee Creek in the Adelaide Hills and continues to be operated by the same family that established it in 1965. It is 30 km northeast of Adelaide. Situated on 14 acres of land, under shaded trees, paths meander among one of the largest privately owned collection of Australian animals. The park provides contact with a range of Australian native animals as well as exhibits of Australian and exotic animals and birds. A feature is the opportunity for visitors to hold a koala.
Gorge WIldlife Park is involved in protection and preservation of some endangered species such as the Brush-tailed rock-wallaby (Petrogale penicillata).
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