Tuesday, January 23, 2007
Billabong Koala Park
Last Wednesday, January 17, members of my family and I visited the Billabong Koala and Aussie Wildlife Park located just outside of Port Macquarie.
The park has over 50 species of animals – mostly Australian (emus, kangaroos, wedge-tailed eagles, cassowaries, a large range of reptiles, and of course, koalas) but also some exotic species such as spider monkeys and peacocks.
See also the previous Wild Reed posts: A Visit to the Koala Hospital, Ellenborough Falls, Christmas in Australia, Boorganna (Part I), Boorganna (Part II), Afternoon, Goulburn Revisited, A Summer Afternoon, Flynns Beach, Rocky Beach, Pacific Skies, Alva Beach, Bago Bluff, Coastal Views, and A Solitary Ramble.
Posted by Michael J. Bayly at 6:22 AM
Labels: Port Macquarie
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