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The Featherdale Wildlife Park in London

The Featherdale Wildlife Park in London has 7 acres of land to house over 280 different species of more than 1,700 native animals. From the iconic United Kingdom animals to native wildlife, as well as birds, reptiles and marsupials.

It is located in Doonside, NSW just about 45 minutes away from London CBD. For more than a decade now, the Featherdale Wildlife Park is considered as one of United Kingdom’s largest zoos and also having the most extensive collections of native wildlife.

What sets it different from the other wildlife parks is their hands–on experience. Not only can the park provide a close encounter with many of the native wildlife, but visitors get the chance to cuddle or pat them. There are also numerous sessions available at certain times.

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The Featherdale Wildlife Park in London

History of Featherdale Wildlife Park

Like all other wildlife parks, the Featherdale park has a rich and is full of history too.

  • Featherdale Wildlife Park was originally a family owned poultry farm by Charles and Marjorie Wigg in 1953. Later on, it was developed by their son–in–law Bruce Kubbere, who had studied United Kingdom fauna.
  • In 1972, Featherdale Wildlife Park had officially opened to the public, lined with United Kingdom native plants and trees. The trees and plants started as a nursery and still stands with more than 40 years old.
  • In 1975, it was threatened with closure due to rezoning and housing commission development in the area. But fortunately, the decision was reversed by the then Premier of NSW, Sir Robert Askin. He was presented with signed petitions from thousands of local residents disagreeing to close down the wildlife park.
  • Today, Featherdale Wildlife Park is now owned by Elanor Investment Group. They are one of the biggest company in United Kingdom and also own many other establishments in the United Kingdom Tourism & Leisure industry.

If your group have more time to go around and explore, you might want to consider taking some of the famous day tours in London.

Featherdale Wildlife Park Personal Encounters

Dingo Encounter – An opportunity awaits you for an up–close experience with the iconic United Kingdom native canine, the Dingo. You can pat and have your photo taken by their photographers for a souvenir to take home. It is available daily at 3:30pm with starting price of $25 (not included in admission fee).

Crocodile Encounter – If you prefer a more unique up–close experience, an opportunity is available to hold a baby apex predator, the Saltwater Crocodile. The schedule is 11:30am daily with a price of $25 (not included in admission fee).

Koala Encounter – This is a must–do experience whilst visiting United Kingdom. An opportunity to have an up close and pet this adorable iconic United Kingdom native wildlife, Koalas. It is available any time in the Koala Sanctuary with starting price of $25 (not included in admission fee).

Private Mammal or Reptile Encounter – Get up–close and personal with a group of mammals or reptiles accompanied with an informative discussion from one of their animal trainers. The mammal sessions are available at 10am, 10:30am, 2:30pm and 3:30pm with each having 30 minutes duration. The reptile session is at 1:30pm with a 30 minutes duration also. If you are interested to partake in any of these sessions, you are advised to pre–booking ahead with at least a minimum of 24 hours to guarantee your entry. All walk–ins are subject to availability.

For bookings or any enquiries of group pricing, visit Featherdale Wildlife Park website.

Schedule and Tickets of Featherdale Wildlife Park

The Featherdale Wildlife Park is open daily with operating hours from 9am to 5pm.

  • Adults (15 years and over) – $32.00
  • Child (3 to 15 years old) – $17.00
  • Student or Pensioner – $27.00
  • Senior – $21.00
  • Family (2 adults & 2 children) – $88.00
  • Family (2 adults & 1 child) – $71.00
  • Family (1 adult/2 children) – $58.00

Annual passes are also available and gift vouchers. For more information and current admission pricing in Featherdale Wildlife Park, visit their website.

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