Has anyone visited this place recently? I haven't since mid 2007 but having viewed their re-vamped website it appears a lot has changed. In December 2007, new owners bought the park who have taken the zoo several steps in the right direction. New species include Black-capped Capuchins, Himalayan Tahr, Blackbuck, Rock Wallabys, Cassowary, Quolls, Tasmanian Devils, Gliders and in the coming months they plan to aquire Meerkats, Alligators, Cotton-top Tamarins, Bilbies and Zebra. They have also converted the Reptile House into a Nocturnal House and are about to commence the construction of a new entrance building. When this is complete, the old entrance building will become a Reptile House. Below is a species list of the zoo: 1. Feather Glider 2. Red-tailed Phascogale 3. Central Netted Dragon 4. Crested Dragon 5. Spencer’s Monitor 6. Red-necked Wallaby 7. Agile Wallaby 8. Brush-tailed Rock Wallaby 9. Eastern Quoll 10. Dromedary Camel 11. American Alligator (coming soon) 12. Meerkat (coming soon) 13. Zebra (coming in soon) 14. Black-headed Python 15. Carpet Python 16. Himalayan Tahr 17. Scottish Highland Cattle 18. Ostrich 19. Cassowary 20. Barbary Sheep 21. Ring-tailed Possum 22. Long-nosed Potoroo 23. Northern Quoll 24. Squirrel Glider 25. Yellow-footed Rock Wallaby 26. Brushtail Bettong 27. Spinifex Hopping Mouse 28. Fat-tailed Dunnart 29. Death Adder 30. Bilby (coming soon) 31. Fallow Deer 32. Tasmanian Devil 33. Koala 34. Dingo 35. Blackbuck 36. Cotton-top Tamarin (coming soon) 37. Parma Wallaby 38. Black-capped Capuchin 39. Tammar Wallaby 40. Blue-tongue Lizard 41. Northern Blunt-spined Monitor 42. Lace Monitor 43. Brush-tailed Possum 44. Swamp Wallaby 45. Western Grey Kangaroo 46. Eastern Grey Kangaroo 47. Red Kangaroo 48. Kangaroo Island Kangaroo 49. Southern Hairy-nosed Wombat 50. Common Wombat 51. Common Marmoset 52. Elk If i have left anything out please notify me.