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Leonor D

January 2012

 Featherdale Wildlife Park , Leonor D - January 2012

Featherdale Wildlife Park

Featherdale Wildlife Park

Walter L USA

May 2010

This was free as part of the tour package. The Sydney Zoo charged $19.95 for the same treat. We loved the small zoo we stopped at because many animals such as birds and wallabies were within reach to ... , Walter L - May 2010

Petting a Koala

This was free as part of the tour package. The Sydney Zoo charged $19.95 for the same treat. We loved the small zoo we stopped at because many animals such as birds and wallabies were within reach to pet or feed.

Anna J USA

August 2009

Breakfast with the koala at Featherdale, Anna J - August 2009

Koala

Breakfast with the koala at Featherdale

Anonymous

June 2009

This was an excellent opportunity to mingle with all manner of Australian native animals in a very well-maintained sanctuary. - June 2009

At the Featherdale Wildlife Park

This was an excellent opportunity to mingle with all manner of Australian native animals in a very well-maintained sanctuary.

Frank C USA

March 2008

My favorite shot - what a privilege to be there and be able to take it!, Frank C - March 2008

My favorite

My favorite shot - what a privilege to be there and be able to take it!

Leonor D

January 2012

 Blue Mountains , Leonor D - January 2012

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Blue Mountains

Leonor D

January 2012

 Our Vehicle , Leonor D - January 2012

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Our Vehicle

Walter L USA

May 2010

This was great. I scratched a spot it loved and it rolled on its side for more., Walter L - May 2010

Petting a Wombat

This was great. I scratched a spot it loved and it rolled on its side for more.

Walter L USA

May 2010

Because this was on a small tour bus, the driver took us off the highway onto small, gravel backroads in the Blue Mountains to areas he knew we had a chance to see wild animals. Luckily, we saw these ... , Walter L - May 2010

Wild Kangaroos

Because this was on a small tour bus, the driver took us off the highway onto small, gravel backroads in the Blue Mountains to areas he knew we had a chance to see wild animals. Luckily, we saw these kangaroos.

Anna J USA

August 2009

Feeding wallabies at Featherdale, Anna J - August 2009

Wallabies

Feeding wallabies at Featherdale

Anna J USA

August 2009

These distant cousins of the koala are just as cute!, Anna J - August 2009

Wombat at Featherdale

These distant cousins of the koala are just as cute!

Anna J USA

August 2009

Definitely ask your tour guide about why these formations are called the Three Sisters. It's a great story!, Anna J - August 2009

Three Sisters

Definitely ask your tour guide about why these formations are called the Three Sisters. It's a great story!

Anna J USA

August 2009

This is the scenic vista from the tram going down the mountain to the valley below., Anna J - August 2009

Scenic vista

This is the scenic vista from the tram going down the mountain to the valley below.

Anonymous

June 2009

We encountered this grazing kangaroo family, complete with mother and pouched joey. - June 2009

A "Roo" Family

We encountered this grazing kangaroo family, complete with mother and pouched joey.

Anonymous

June 2009

Dad dingo is resting, and the cub is taunting. Dad let out a pretty convincing growl expressing that he did not want to be woken up. - June 2009

Dingos

Dad dingo is resting, and the cub is taunting. Dad let out a pretty convincing growl expressing that he did not want to be woken up.

Anonymous

June 2009

A very cool mode of transport into the rainforest - June 2009

On the Skytram -- The Three Sisters

A very cool mode of transport into the rainforest

Anonymous

June 2009

During our champagne stroll in the park, a group member spotted this family of kangaroos, some with joeys in pouches. Both mom and baby gathered on the green grass as we watched. - June 2009

Roos in the Park

During our champagne stroll in the park, a group member spotted this family of kangaroos, some with joeys in pouches. Both mom and baby gathered on the green grass as we watched.

Anonymous

June 2009

On the Sky Tram Out - June 2009

On the Sky Tram Out

On the Sky Tram Out

Charlene N Aruba

May 2009

A beautiful day . . . by the way, this picture is not photoshopped. :-), Charlene N - May 2009

Blue mountains

A beautiful day . . . by the way, this picture is not photoshopped. :-)

Christine C

July 2008

A beautiful waterfall at one of the look out points., Christine C - July 2008

Blue Mountains Day Trip - Waterfall

A beautiful waterfall at one of the look out points.

Christine C

July 2008

You can walk along this rainforest walkway and read about the different plans and animals., Christine C - July 2008

Blue Mountains Day Trip - Rainforest

You can walk along this rainforest walkway and read about the different plans and animals.

Christine C

July 2008

This is part of the 4WD road we took to get deep into the Blue Mountains., Christine C - July 2008

Blue Mountains Day Trip - Off-roading

This is part of the 4WD road we took to get deep into the Blue Mountains.

Christine C

July 2008

At the end of the tour you get to take this ferry back to Sydney Harbour for a scenic ride., Christine C - July 2008

Blue Mountains Day Trip - Ferry home

At the end of the tour you get to take this ferry back to Sydney Harbour for a scenic ride.

Christine C

July 2008

Supposedly this is the world's steepest rail, and it was pretty steep. We're just about to drop over the edge. Worth the extra cost!, Christine C - July 2008

Blue Mountains Day Trip - Scenic Rail

Supposedly this is the world's steepest rail, and it was pretty steep. We're just about to drop over the edge. Worth the extra cost!

Christine C

July 2008

We started the day at Featherdale Wildlife Park. You can check out the animals and have breakfast with koalas., Christine C - July 2008

Blue Mountains Day Trip - Kangaroos

We started the day at Featherdale Wildlife Park. You can check out the animals and have breakfast with koalas.
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