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All reviews bird watching flora and fauna free entry picnic area their natural habitat australian birds picnic lunch two hours school groups public toilets lovely place to visit bbq facilities couple of hours magpie geese wetlands vines enclosures
With my cousin visiting from England, Serendip was a perfect choice to show off some of our native flora and fauna. Unlike our lovely zoos, often crowded with visitors, there were people about but not too many, allowing us to quietly observe the birds and...More
We enjoyed hiking and bird-watching in these beautiful surroundings. Relaxing and family friendly; something to capture the delight of any age. Well-proportioned cages for viewing birds rarely seen up close, bird blinds, large fenced-in areas to see larger birds and some animals, hiking trails, and...More
This is a lovely place to visit. There is no charge to get in and there are picnic areas with BBQ's and toilets. A great little wildlife area where the kids can see a variety of animals and birds
The lake is very low at...More
Serendip Sanctaury, plenty of wildlife to wander around to view. Walk through bird aviaries, walk through wallaby area. See emus wander around.
Pack yourself a picnic or take along food to cook on the free BBQ areas. Great picnic spot, with toilets close by. Just...More
This was magical. Here is a place for the wild life habitat. It is a haven for birds and some animals.
We were able to hide ourselves behind small windows, while the birds were having fun. They never saw any of us and thanks to...More
We had a guide from Walabout Tours take us to this wildlife sanctuary. Really a great day. It was very hot so the animals were mostly beded down in the shade trying to stay cool. The Sulphur Crested Cockatoos were really something to see as...More
I really could not believe my good fortune. A park with shelters, BBQs, public toilets, parking and such interesting trails to walk. Birds inside cages, and others free to roam. Kangaroos, wallabies, emus, Magpie Geese, Brolgas, many duck species, parrots and cockatoos. To top it...More