How much does it cost to go to Cleland Wildlife Park?

How much does it cost to go to Cleland Wildlife Park?

Entry fees

Type Price
Adult $30.00
Concession (on presentation of Australian concession card*) $25.50
Child (aged 4 – 15) $15.50
Family ** $75.00

When did Cleland Wildlife Park open?

1 January 1945
Cleland National Park

Cleland National Park South Australia
Established 1 January 1945
Area 11.25 km2 (4.3 sq mi)
Website Cleland National Park
See also Protected areas of South Australia

Where can I hold a koala in Adelaide?

Where to Cuddle a Koala in Adelaide: Gorge Wildlife Park

  • Situated in the Adelaide Hills, 25km from the CBD, Gorge Wildlife Park is home to 4 broad categories of animals:
  • Adelaide tour options:
  • Koala Holding sessions are held 3 times a day: 11:30am, 1:30pm & 3:30pm.

What time does Waterfall Gully close?

Gate opening times Mount Lofty Summit Road gate (the road to Cleland Wildlife Park) is open from 7:30am to 5pm. Mount Lofty Summit is open from 6am to 11pm.

Are dogs allowed in national parks South Australia?

Dogs are welcome at many of South Australia’s national parks – but owners must take the lead. When exploring SA’s parks pop a leash (no longer than 2 metres long) on your four-legged friend and pick up their poo – our native wildlife will thank you.

Who owns Gorge Wildlife Park?

Gorge Wildlife Park is a privately-owned sanctuary in the Australian state of South Australia. It is at Cudlee Creek in the Adelaide Hills and continues to be operated by the same family that established it in 1965. It is 30 km northeast of Adelaide….Gorge Wildlife Park.

Date opened 1965

Which national park can you hold a koala?

Gorge Wildlife Park, Cudlee Creek Creek, Gorge Wildlife Park is not only a great wildlife attraction and one of the few in South Australia where koala holding is permitted, but it’s also the only place in Australia where you can hold and take a photo with a koala at no extra charge to the admission fee.

Can you swim in Waterfall Gully?

Waterfall Gully A viewing platform and short path lead to First Falls, but it is a bit inaccessible with a large pool of water at the base marked with “no swimming” signs.