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Themed as "Nature's Playground," it also features a wide variety of native Australian wildlife including kangaroos, wallabies, Australian birds, wombats, dingoes, tiger quolls, koalas and emus, some of which can be hand-fed. It is quite a large park, totalling around 430 Acres[1] in area containing around 60 barbecue and picnic areas[1] and a restaurant with adjourning function centre set amongst the surrounding bushland.

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Address: 2705 Princes Fwy
Tynong North
Victoria
3813
Australia

Phone: 5629 2613
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  • Gumbuya Park is a small amusement park in Tynong North, Victoria, near Pakenham, Melbourne, Australia. It features a toboggan slide, water slide, paddle boats, “Mini Cars,” “Twister Karts,” dune buggies and mini golf.

    Themed as “Nature’s Playground,” it also features a wide variety of native Australian wildlife including kangaroos, wallabies, Australian birds, wombats, dingoes, tiger quolls, koalas and emus, some of which can be hand-fed. It is quite a large park, totalling around 430 Acres[1] in area containing around 60 barbecue and picnic areas[1] and a restaurant with adjourning function centre set amongst the surrounding bushland.

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