Where can you feed a BABY kangaroo?!

Moonlit Sanctuary

Moonlit Sanctuary Wildlife Conservation Park, Australia!!

This was a recommendation from a friend who has been living in Australia for a few months!

He said, I quote…”This is definitely my recommendation. It’s 45 minutes by car SE of Melbourne. It’s a huge open park with tons of animals roaming as well as some fenced in areas with animals. They had Dingos, Wombats, Emus, and more in enclosures. There were tons of wild wallabys and kangaroos roaming around too. They would give you food to go feed and pet any of them that you like. For $5 they also let you pet a koala which was awesome.”

Moonlit Sanctuary 2

Imagine petting this adorable Wombat!!

Comments

  1. very beautiful snaps….
    i like Kangaroos very much…
    for me it is a very informative post……

  2. That seriously looks like a lot of fun!!!!

  3. I love Kangaroo’s! They are soo cute! Great post and photos!

  4. Beautiful, natural, we like kangaroos

  5. Australia is an absolutely breathtaking countr….continent. Danger lurks around every corner and beauty is all around you.

  6. I had the opportunity to feed and pet kangaroos while in Tasmania – they are adorable! And really love to be scratched under the chin :).

  7. I would love to do this!!

  8. Hi, I check your new stuff on a regular basis. Your humoristic style is awesome, keep it up!

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