The zoo is small but worth the $29 admission fee because of the up close and personal interactions with the animals. We got there a bit late, but we still had about 3 hours to see everything. It took us about 2 hours to go through it, but we didn't see any demonstrations. It was a Wednesday afternoon in April, so it was pretty empty. The animals are all native Australian animals, so that is why we wanted to go here. We got to take a picture with and pet a koala, and the kangaroos were wandering around outside of their pens. We definitely enjoyed this place and would go back again to spend the whole day there.
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