Breakfast with Koalas at Featherdale Wildlife Park
Featherdale Wildlife Park, home to the largest collection of native Australian animals in the world, is offering guests the opportunity to have ‘Breakfast with a Koala’.
To satisfy the excitement and interest from international visitors who want to get “up close and personal” with these adorable marsupials, Featherdale Wildlife Park has created an exclusive package for AEA Luxury Tours to offer their clients.
Commencing August 1, the new ‘Breakfast with a Koala/Blue Mountains Deluxe Day’ package will provide visitors to Featherdale with the unique opportunity to enjoy breakfast with the Koalas, hand feed the kangaroos and wallabies, stroke a wombat and meet a raft of other Australian native wildlife that inhabit the park.
Chad Staples, General Curator at Featherdale, said “What’s not to love about the koala? And to be able to enjoy breakfast with this Australian icon is a wonderful experience. We are delighted that we are able to offer this opportunity providing lifetime memories for international visitors.”
Following breakfast with the koalas, the tour then continues on to the Blue Mountains, travelling through picturesque villages and enjoying spectacular views along the way. The tour includes lunch at Boiler House Café – Hydro Majestic and the afternoon is then spent visiting a selection of scenic lookouts for which the Blue Mountains are famous.
The ‘Breakfast with a Koala/Blue Mountains Deluxe Day’ can be booked through reconised travel agent or your selected inbound tour operator.
Featherdale Wildlife Park is set on seven acres of land in Doonside in Sydney’s West and is open 9am to 5pm daily.
The Park is owned by Elanor Investors Group. Through innovation, Featherdale has developed into one of Australia’s finest tourist attractions in Greater Western Sydney and has played an important part in the growth of tourism, not only in the immediate region, but the whole of New South Wales and Australia.
Featherdale has a commitment to animal and environmental education. The Wildlife Education Program is well established and very successful including the “Learning Burrow”, an open-air amphitheatre with seating for up to 90 students and the “Wildlife Wanderer”, Featherdale’s mobile education program.