Kyabram Fauna Park is home to more than 600 native Australian animals including koalas, dingoes, kangaroos, wombats, wallabies, echidna, emus, flying-foxes and quolls. Kangaroos, emus and wallabies are free-ranging.
Our reptile house includes native snakes, crocodile, lizards and turtles.
We have a wide range of birdlife including cockatoos, parrots, waterfowl, cranes, bush stone-curlew and finches. Thirty-five species of birds have been identified at the Park. Bird lovers can enjoy a large walk-through aviary, wetland viewing hides and wetland observation tower.
The Nestlé Invertebrate Exhibition includes spiders, scorpions and stick insects.
The Park encompasses 55 hectares of open woodland, wetlands and lakes.
Visitor facilities inside the Park include:
- 6 picnic shelters
- Gift shop
- Tourist information
- Environmental Resource Centre
- Hazelman’s Cottage - a restored 1800’s settler’s cottage, blacksmith’s shop and machine shed.
Visitor facilities at the Park entrance include:
- Children’s playground
- Free BBQs
- Picnic shelter
- Disabled swing
- RV dump unit (9.30am – 5.30pm)
Download a Park visitor map below so you can plan your visit.
Kyabram Fauna Park offers a unique meeting or conference venue in our Environmental Resource Centre.
Theatre: theatre style seating for up to 100 people or table seating for up to 50 people.
Classroom or Boardroom: theatre style seating for up to 25 people or table seating for up to 20 people.
Kitchen facilities are available for self-catering.
A range of catering options are also available.
Equipment for hire includes data projector, microphones and white boards.
For more information or bookings, please contact the Park on 5852 2883 or email firstname.lastname@example.org