Taralga Wildlife Park

Unique and offering so much, Taralga Wildlife Park has gained a reputation for being one of New South Wales’ most visitor-friendly destinations.

There are lots of hands-on experiences for young and old alike making for an experience like no other. Meet Bridget, the ever-so-friendly wombat that just loves people, or get up close and personal with Rinnie the dingo. There are mini goats, sheep and rabbits to feed and experience up close.

All this and so, so much more, in fact over 700 birds and animals. There are white kangaroos, quokkas, five different species of wallaby, emus, camels, deer, antelope, llamas, donkeys and more. Taralga Wildlife Park proudly boasts one of the largest bird collections on display in regional South Wales.

There are over 100 individual species and 500 birds including native and foreign parrots such as honeyeaters, macaws, black cockatoos, pheasants and a magnificent wedge-tailed eagle.



Taralga Wildlife Park

257 Bannaby Rd, Taralga, New South Wales, 2580

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