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Josephine's Gallery is a 'MUST SEE' whilst in Coober Pedy. Wander through the impressive ABORIGINAL ART GALLERY, play a DIDGERIDOO, choose a beautiful OPAL from our extensive range or KISS A KANGAROO. Our passion is raising orphaned kangaroos and we...more
131 - 133 Hutchison St, Coober Pedy, South Australia 5723, Australia
All reviews kangaroo feeding baby kangaroos indigenous art feeding times at noon beautiful animals for sale rescued animals the owner red kangaroos these guys gold coin alice springs wealth of information worth a visit terry joeys
We came here as our niece was travelling with us and wanted to see and hopefully nurse a baby orphaned kangaroo. The lady giving the talk about kangaroos was very good and informative. I learnt a lot about them that I did not know. There...More
The gallery has some good souvenirs, plenty of aboriginal art from various artists including Tommy Crow at reasonable prices. The highlight was feeding the orphaned red kangaroos, which is done twice a day (and not with traditional pellets, I won't give away what we fed...More
What a surprise to find such a caring group of people caring for these beautiful animals. Extremely knowledgeable and an absolute must if your traveling through. Leave a donation as it goes to a wonderful cause.
I was a bit disappointed that on the day we arrived the lady had got up late to feed the kangaroos so when we got there they weren't hungry so not much interaction. However we did all get a cuddle with a joey which was...More
We went here for a Kangaroo feeding where Terry gave the two of us a history of his place and their mining and how they came about caring for injured animals.
While we were there we got to feed the kangaroos as well as see...More
This is a unique venue combining a souvenir store with local artisan items and paintings for sale with a ‘kangaroo keep’ of sorts. The owner apparently accepts injured kangaroos. The rescue is privately founded and relies on donations. Twice a day at 12 noon and...More
A wonderful mix of art and culture with cute furry kangaroos to boot. What's not to love? Was great to see Tommy Crow there again...artist in residence, pretty much. Not many places you can have the artist paint your request while you watch!
I cannot recommend this place enough!! The gallery itself had some fabulous at pieces but our main reason for being there was the Kangaroo feedings! An incredible experience! Terry is doing an amzing job and had all the information about each roo. Completely self funded,...More