More artwork here.
This enclosure houses the parks Wombat, Jumanji.
A timeline of aboriginal history on the Dreamtime creature - the Rainbow Serpent.
The Corroboree Theatre houses various informative boards on different elements of Indigenous history and stories. As well as the 'Story of Creation' show and the Corroboree VR Experience.
The Tree Kangaroo enclosure, which has since been updated for better housing of the two Tree Kangaroos currently at the park.
The entrance to the Sheep Shearing Show from just outside the proper entrance to Corroboree.
Used for talks and school groups.
The Aviary building.
The calmest area of the park features a variety of birds and is home to the park's Tree Kangaroos and Tasmanian Devils.
Later changed to 'Borobi Photos' this is where guests can get their photo taken with a Koala, Snake or Baby Crocodile. Borobi means Koala in the local Yugambeh language. Borobi is also the name of the 2018 Commonwealth games mascot.
Shown is the Tasmanian Devil enclosure with its protective squadron of birds.
This area of the park was originally called Koala Country.
The Bilby House, Wedge-Tailed Eagle Enclosure and the remnants of the Skylink Chairlift.
Home to the parks Red Kangaroo Harvey.
Unfortunately the Dingo Experience doesn't have a dedicated area, so it utilises this building between the Dingo and (Red) Kangaroo Enclosure. This area includes some reptilian creatures.
A cassowary is the one bird capable of killing a human.
Canis lupus dingo.