Discovery Bay's Walk on the Wild Side Information
Discovery Bay’s Walk on the Wild Side is an Australian Native Fauna Wildlife Park which recently opened adjacent to Albany's Whale World, showcasing over 200 animals across 30 different species of vulnerable, rare and endangered Australian native fauna.
Animals at the fauna park includes Koalas, Spotted Tail Quolls, Eastern Quolls, Bettongs, Quokkas, Potoroos, Wombats, Grey-headed Flying Fox, Reptiles, Kangaroos, Wallabies and many more.
The Fauna Park is available for self-guided day viewing, or why not take a Walk on the Wild Side Nocturnal Tour, where the fauna comes alive and is extremely active at night. Walk on the Wild Side Nocturnal Tour is an interactive, captivating and educational experience.
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