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My young son had a blast looking at the birds and feeding the kangaroos. It’s a small place but there’s enough to keep young kids entertained. Older kids and adults would probably see everything very quickly.
If you want to save money check out a council chambers meet.Walk the Denmark streets on a Thursday morning and take a hike along the Bibbulumn track coming accross the Mandela Affected or Lights beach Mandela Unaffected.If you are really adventerous go prawning at middnite...More
Lovely small attraction to view birds and reptiles!! The replicas of the dinosaur skeletons are impressive!
We enjoyed it very much. Very friendly and knowledgeable manager/owner. Don't forget to feed the friendly kangaroos!
Over priced, boring for kids and the kangaroos looked really under fed and sick. The small (very hot) museum part was enticing with dinosaur statues and live reptiles but even then it was very average not to mention very boring for kids. Would not go...More
I’m not so into the quirky little places, and I thought it was a little overpriced for the time spent there and the quality of attraction, but my family loved this place and my wife thought it was great to support a local business that...More
Took a drive to Denmark from Albany today and we randomly decided to visit the Dinosaur world. Arrived at 1.30pm and noticed they had a reptile handling at 2pm. Not being keen on reptiles let alone snakes I had my mind set on a quick...More
We visited here with our two young boys. Its not exactly the "Natural history Museum" but however we enjoyed it, and there is a T Rex. The reptile display was interesting and the handling of them was very much appreciated with the aid of the...More