WA allows you to hold a koala, but this park set in bushland is the only place to actually do so. You can also hand-feed kangaroos, wallabies, and emus wandering in natural enclosures, see wombats and dingoes, walk through an aviary housing Aussie native birds, and see wild water birds on the ponds. The Caversham Wildlife Park in the Swan Valley has a bigger range of native species, but does not allow koala cuddling. It's hard to get here without a car.