We acknowledge the Traditional Owners of the land, the Yorta Yorta people.

We acknowledge the Traditional Owners of the land, the Yorta Yorta people.



Kyabram Fauna Park is home to more than 600 animals.


Kyabram Fauna Park’s reptile house is a favourite with visitors.

Our reptile collection includes the world’s most venomous snake, the inland taipan and Australia’s longest snake, the scrub python. We also have other snake species such as the common death adder, red-bellied black snake and tiger snake.

If you love lizards, you’ll enjoy your time at Kyabram Fauna Park. We’re home to Lance, a magnificent lace monitor, the second largest lizard in Australia. You can also find a mertens water monitor, black-headed monitor, boyd’s forest dragons and other species of skinks and lizards.

Our fresh water croc, Snappy, is always a crowd pleaser with the arrival of some more crocodilians happening soon.

Stay tuned for more arrivals in mid-2022 when the construction of our new reptile house is completed.


Marsupial Mammals

Kangaroos, wallabies and emus are free roaming at the Kyabram Fauna Park, which means our visitors can get up close to these incredible, Australian animals.

We’re home to a few kangaroo species including grey kangaroos, Kangaroo Island kangaroos and red kangaroos.

Wallaby species at Kyabram Fauna Park include the swamp wallaby and red-necked wallaby.

Kyabram Fauna Park is home to four southern koalas: Heidi, Kendi, Kay and Koko. The Park is proud to be part of the nation-wide breeding program to save the koala from extinction.

Of the three wombat species found in Australia – we are lucky enough to have both the southern hairy-nosed wombat and the bare-nosed wombat.

Placental Mammals

Can you howl like a dingo? In 2019, the Park welcomed two new dingo puppies to the family called Yula and Dipa. Yula and Dipa got their names from the Yorta Yorta language group whose land the Fauna Park resides on. Make sure you visit our dingo precinct to learn all about this apex predator of Australia.

Monotreme Mammals

Echi the Echidna is without doubt one of our favourites at the Park. One of two unique monotreme mammals found in Australia, Echi can often be seen out exploring her enclosure on a sunny day. While she can be challenging to find, it is well worth the search when you see her.



Kyabram Fauna Park’s aviaries are a bird-lover’s paradise where visitors can get up close to amazing Australian native birds.

The world’s most dangerous birds live at Kyabram Fauna Park! Visit Gorge and Adelaide – our southern cassowaries.

Our emus, Blondie, Miney and Mo, can often be found strolling near the Park entry.

Kyabram Fauna Park’s cheeky cockatoos enjoy interacting with visitors. You’ll find a range of cockatoo species such as sulphur crested cockatoos, endangered major mitchell cockatoos, galahs and red-tailed black cockatoos in our interactive cockatoo aviary.

Visitors can stroll through our two walk-through aviaries. Our raptor precinct includes tawny frogmouths, grass owls, a laughing kookaburra and nankeen kestrels.

As you walk through our aviaries, you can hand feed a range of Australian parrots – don’t be surprised if one lands on your head or shoulders! You might also find the satin bower bird, endangered bush-stone curlew, banded lapwing and many more feathered friends.

For our finch admirers, we’re home to double-barred finches, star finches, red-browed finches and long-tailed finches.

More Animals


Kyabram Fauna Park is home to a vast array of creepy crawlies in our invertebrate display in our Education and Conservation Centre. You’ll find species that live in the area, as well as scorpions, giant burrowing cockroaches, venomous spiders, stick insects and other surprises.


We’re home to one of Australia’s most recognisable and most loved Amphibians, the green-tree frog. You can get up close and personal with these fascinating animals in our reptile encounter at the Park.


Book something special with an exclusive encounter with our dingoes, koalas, or southern cassowary. You’ll go behind the scenes and enjoy one-on-one time with these iconic, Australian animals and learn all about their behaviour and personalities from our experienced keepers. Places are limited so we recommend you book prior to visiting.

Self-guided School Group Tours

School groups are welcome to visit the Park and enjoy a self-guided tour for $9.50 per student. Each adult with 1:10 adult to child radio is free. Additional adults (above the 1:10 radio) $10 each.

To book your education session with Kyabram Fauna Park, get in contact with our Education Coordinator Carolyn Phillips on 5452 2883 or education@kyabramfaunapark.com.au We greatly appreciate the support from the Department of Environment, Land, Water and Planning, which has funded the Education Co-ordinator position for two years.

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