Outback Kangaroo Farm, Arlington

#2 of 7 in Things to do in Arlington
Zoo · Hidden Gem · Zoo / Aquarium
Get up close, feed, & pet all of your favorite animals! We have:





-Ring-Tailed Lemurs

-Red Kangaroos



-Padagonian Cavees

-Mini Donkeys

-Pygmy Goats

-Mini Horse





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  • I haven't seem some of these animals since I was in Australia. Have been there several times and am never disappointed.  more »
  • We had family come out to visit and we took them to the kangaroo Farm. They had alot,of fun. Enjoying all the animals, feeding them and,just learning about them. Even my teenager enjoys going here...  more »
  • It was very interesting place to visit. Kind of feel sorry for the animals there because they are fenced in. Lots of children as to be expected. The staff do the best they can do with the resources that they have. One of the owners, the older gentleman is a little short on describing anything of substance, probably burned out from the many tours they have per day. The other guides are pretty upbeat. Overall enjoyed seeing an animal that people do not normally get to see so close up, literally in the enclosure with them. Pretty cool. They do seem to care about the animals in their care, which is good.
  • This was such a unique experience. I never thought I would have the opportunity to see a kangaroo in person, much less interact with one. The farm is on the smaller side but laid out nicely. It was VERY crowded, apparently Thursdays have turned into the busiest day of the week but they split the amount of people into two groups so that helped the tour not seem SO crowded. We started off feeding alpacas and a llama, visited a mini horse, fed some mini donkeys and goats, and then got to the kangaroo enclosures. The kangaroo enclosure is open and you can explore at your will. There are multiple kangaroos and plenty of opportunities to find one to interact with. I met the sweetest kangaroo that wanted all of the pats, she even hugged my leg! The price of admission is definitely worth this one of a kind experience.
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