Saturday, 3 November 2012


Resized Lucy Vale Aug 2012
“Fun Day Out”
5 of 5 stars Reviewed 29 October 2012 NEW
Our two year old loved feeding the ducks and was amazed that she stroked a wallaby great day out worth every penny(25/10/12)
Visited October 2012
“Duck Crazy !!”
5 of 5 stars Reviewed 11 October 2012
Never seen so many ducks of all species walking around us in our lives. Lovely clean enclosures and parkland lots for children to marvell at and to feed the animals at there feeding times.
Meerkats, Alpacas, Willaby's, Penguins, Flamingos,Otters, Goats, Parrots and many many more it was a grand day out and it also has disable ammenaties so everyone is catered for.
Visited October 2012
5 of 5 stars Reviewed 15 October 2012
Very reasonably priced entry fee considering the size of the attraction and how much you can do. The penguin pool was definitely the best part. You can get very close to the penguins and you get to feed them too which results in quite a bit of splashing so be prepared to get a little bit damp. There are feeding displays at most of the enclosures during the day and some of them even have 2 feeding displays in case you miss the first one. As the animals are fed informative talks are given about them and it's a great opportunity to ask some questions. There is a bird house full of exotic birds that are free flying in a beautiful enclosure that is as close to a natural habitat as they can possibly make it and it is still a work in progress. There is a big pond full of large fish and some full of smaller fish too and they also have a reptile house in the same enclosure. There is a Wallaby Walkabout too where you walk right through their enclosure and you can stroke them and feed them. There are also 3 very cute Meerkats that are great fun to watch when feeding. There is definitely a lot to see and do for everyone. Highly recommended!
Visited October 2012

“Not to be missed”
5 of 5 stars Reviewed 8 October 2012
We loved the place , the penguins, flamingo's and the birds flying around you in the large greenhouse was great. But walking and feeding the wallabies was the highlight closely followed by feeding the ducks at 15.00 hours, never seen so many ducks in one place in my life. The meerkats are realy charming at feeding time. The cafe was very good and shop was also good. Not to be missed !!!!
Visited September 2012

5 of 5 stars Reviewed 7 October 2012
Probably the best value attraction on the Isle of Wight. Really helpful staff, and all of the animals seem really happy and well cared for. For my Finance and me the best part was being able to walk with the Wallabies and actually stroke them! The whole place is exciting for ALL ages. The diversity of animals is amazing, and the staff are really friendly and helpful. Altogether a GREAT day out.

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