The Sanctuary is quite small but you do get to see the animals close up. A keeper came and fed the Echidna while we were there and he picked him up so my kids could have a pat. Many of the enclosures are quite small however you do get to see a few animals that you don't get to usually see close up such as bats. I thought it was slightly over-priced, and each thing costs additional (such as a 'train' ride that lasted less than 5 minutes). It cost our family of 4 almost $60 including a train ride and food for the animals. It is a not-for-profit sanctuary so at least the money goes towards the upkeep of the sanctuary.
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