5 Cute Animal Encounters to Write Home About – in Pictures!

Have a craving for cute animal photos?

I present to you some of my favourite animals that you can get up close and personal with when staying at one of your WorldMark South Pacific Club resorts… especially now that the weather’s heating up.

It’s a ‘jungle’ out there, and the kids (or the young at heart) will absolutely love it!

1) Ride a camel at Lighthouse Beach in Port Macquarie. No deserts required!

2) Our quintessential Aussie marsupial! Check out the cuddly koalas at Port Macquarie‘s koala hospital, or Sydney‘s zoo, or even Currumbin Sanctuary on the Gold Coast.

3) Hang out with a seal or frolic and swim with the dolphins at Coffs Harbour‘s Pet Porpoise Pool (even the name is cute!)

4) Watch brave souls get a hug from a tiger at Gold Coast‘s Dreamworld. You can even pay to take a tiger for an early morning walk around the park’s grounds…!

5) See a crocodile smile, or – perhaps for a more relaxing past time – feed the elephants at Australia Zoo on the Sunshine Coast

… Have you done any of these animal encounters? Know any ideas for more that you would like to share? Leave us a comment below!

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Ilona compiles that treasury of Owner tips and memories known as the MyStory blog. She’s discovered so much to do at our WorldMark South Pacific destinations from you all, that her ‘must-do’ list has grown at an alarming rate. In returning the favour, she will be sharing some of her travel tips, secrets and curiosities here every fortnight…

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  1. Pingback: The cutest leapin’ lemurs you’ll ever see! | MyClub

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