Walkabout Australia is the newest addition to the San Diego Safari Park.
It is designed to represent Australia’s rural landscapes, animals, plants and signs of human habitats along back country roads.
One walks along a path in a grassy habitat where one may encounter gray kangaroos and red-necked wallabies.
A stream flows into a large pond where one may find magpie geese.
There is a large Zuest Station building to represent the wool sheep shearing sheds found on many of Australia’s sheep ranches. Techniques of wool processing are exhibited. Snacks are available as well.
Future additions to the exhibit will include the Cassowary bird and other Australian inhabitants.
|THE BAJA GARDEN IS ON THE TRAIL AFTER VISITING THE WALKABOUT|
Nearby attractions include the Condor Ridge with Condors and a few other birds along the trail.
There is a good view of the Safari Park from an overlook.
|AN AMERICAN EAGLE IS ON EXHIBIT ALONG THE TRAIL NEAR THE CONDORS|