The trout farm and bush tucker walk was pretty cool and the trout lunch there was incredibly tasty! The koala preserve was kinda cool, but you couldn't really get *that* close to the koalas, though the information on the tour made it sound like you got right up close and personal with them. The winery was nice, though the wine was only OK and there was not very much of it (though the local cheeses served with the wine were awesome). The nobbie lookout had pretty views of the hills, beach, rocks, and water, but there weren't any nobbies, and we didn't get much time there. The penguin parade was by far the highlight of the entire tour and paying extra for the Penguin Plus Platform was definitely worth it to be a bit more up-close to the penguins. Our bus driver/guide was great and even stopped by the side of the road to see some kangaroos!
A bit pricey, but still a very cool tour that I highly recommend! Bonorong was awesome!! We got to feed and pet kangaroos, pet a koala and wombat, and see Tasmanian devils get fed. Plus we saw lizards and tons of birds (including emus and some birds that actually spoke to us!). The tour guide there was awesome and our driver was also great. The stop in Richmond was nice, but perhaps a bit too long. The old town is quaint and pretty, but there's not too much to do there.
A bit pricey, but tons of fun, super interesting, funny tour guide, great cheese, lovely scenery, and just an all around great tour!
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