Species: Bennett Wallaby
Status: There are over 50 varieties of Wallabies living in three different countries. Many other varieties of Wallabies have become extinct because of man’s greed and encroachment on the Wallaby habitat.
Distribution: The Wallaby lives in coastal regions of Australia, as well as Tasmania, and islands in the Bass Strait
Size: Full grown Wallabies reach 2 ½ fee tall and weigh around 25-30 lbs.
Food: Wallabies are vegetarians. Our Wallabies eat a special pellet diet along with fruits, vegetables and alfalfa hay.
Tidbit: Bennett Wallabies, also known as red-necked wallabies, live in groups called mobs.For more information please click here!
Lifespan: In captivity, Wallabies live between 12-15 years.
Operating Hours Open Everyday During Spring break
Monday - Sunday 9am to 5:30 pm
Your VIP Tour awaits request upon arrival - Space limited.
Special Pricing for School field trips, Churches, Day-Cares, and Nursing Homes! For pricing and booking call:
Now Booking for School Field Trips
Park Director: Bill Meadows
963 County St. 2930
Tuttle, Oklahoma 73089
https://onlineblackjack.money/ - blackjack online game