Tours & activities by Travora Media from Viator
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Reviewed by: alfred h, February 2017

We did the upgraded package where you could watch the penguins waddle by up close from behind the glass. It was worth the extra cost.

Reviewed by: Charlotte S, February 2017

The Maru wildlife park was nice - got to pet kangaroos and wallabies. The penguin parade was AWESOME. Those little guys are so much fun to watch - I could have stayed hours longer than we were allowed. The tour bus driver did let us stay longer than others buses so the crowds thinned toward the end. That was good. Be prepared to not take any photos. Strict rules about no photography during the penguin parade. But take away some great mental pictures and memories.

Reviewed by: karilyn k, January 2017

AAT Kings tour takes in all the sights along way to see penquins. Maru wildlife park has nice assortment of native wildlife. Optional animal encounters available and well worth it. Where else can you have an sit down with dingos?!! Penquin Plus viewing area is worth extra money, but get there early - lots of shops and diversions can keep you from getting best seating. A long but very enjoyable day of native wildlife viewing!!

Reviewed by: eric m, January 2017

Penguins, Koalas and Kangaroos. What else could you asked for? It came with a super smooth pickup, relatively good sized group not too packed and amazing sights and sounds. Definitely recommend the upgraded packages for the Penguins the alternative vantage points and guides really helped me understand what I was looking at.

Reviewed by: Shari B, December 2016

Great fun from beginning to end. The bus ride was great, the driver gave so much information about Melbourne, and the animals were all great.

Reviewed by: YSL, Malaysia, December 2016

There was no words to describe the experience. It is a pity we were not allowed to take pictures of the little fellow but we noted the point - we don't want to scare the Penguins.

Reviewed by: Joel R, December 2016

Watching the little Penguins come out of the ocean and march right past us, was definitely a highlight. It was chilly at night with the ocean breeze so dress warmly that time of year. It was fascinating to see the penguins stop and start and the climb the hillside to go to their borrows in the bushes. I would highly recommend paying the small extra amount to sit in the close up area. The penguins were in the thousands that night and marched about 10 feet away from us.