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The Boomerang - Kangaroos and Koalas - A day at the wildlife park in Sydney

Getting used to Sydney like never before, eluding divulging silence in my heart, freeing myself off inhibitions; I was flying across seven seas. Well, I didn't mean to sound that poetic ;) It is just that the world is celebrating V-day and the fever has gotten into me.

Coming back to my Sydney Boomerang series… (Find a recap here)

When I landed in Sydney, I almost forgot about the fact that I am in Australia; a place known for the most pristine landscapes in the world. It also is home for some beautiful animals - If someone asks me what I love about Sydney, I’d say Kangaroos and Koalas. On second thought, why leave out little Wombats, Possums and Wallabies, they are cute ones too, right?!.

A Joey says”Hi” At Featherdale Wildlife Park, Sydney

Hello there!

It was a scorching summer day, perfect nevertheless for a trip around the city and we headed to the Featherdale park in Sydney. I was lucky to see some friendly animals native to Australia here. I remember when I took a newborn Joey in my hands which is by far the most amazing experience and I literally wept later thinking about it. This place is just magical the settings are perfect; the attention to detail is amazing, the animals you get to see are unique and leave you amazed in the way they are let out in the open.

Marsupial Paradise
I always wondered how love can be defined physically and God gave me the answer – Marsupials. They carry their fragile young ones in their pouch as they give birth at a very early stage. This is how nature defines love and I am thrilled every time I think about that experience at Featherdale Wildlife Park.

Here are some Pictures taken by me in the park:

A Cute lil Joey

Look at me!

I am dangerous

I love to sleep

Hey you!

Take me to India :)

This experience left me with having a profound sense of attachment and respect for wild animals. 
Thank You, Sydney!



  1. Littlr joey is so cute... I am yet to visit featherdale ... it's on my list :)

  2. :) do visit Princess, I am sure you'll love it :D


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