Walkabout Way reviews
Theme Park Insider readers offer their ratings and reviews for Walkabout Way, a walk through at Busch Gardens Tampa.
Written by Robert Niles
A collection of Australian-themed animal exhibits, including Kangaloom (where you can pay an extra fee to feed a kangaroo, at scheduled times during the day), The Kookaburra’s Nest aviary, and a lagoon stocked with Black Swans, Australia's avian symbol and an epitome of Australia's "antipode identity," as the black swan contrasts with the white swan of the northern hemisphere.
A great animal exhibit that allows you to get close to kangaroos and other wildlife. The kangaroos will sometimes come so close to the fence that you are able to pet and touch them which makes it a memorable experience. 9/10 - Brendan Sutton
One of the coolest animal areas they have at Busch Gardens, also one of the more intimate. When we were there, some of the wallabies were actually squeezing through the wooden bars that were part of their enclosure. This was quite charming for both kids and adults alike, and made for some amazing pictures. You can feed them at certain times, apparently, but we didn't while we were there. - Eric Malone
Great opportunity for a close up look at kangaroos and wallabies. - Carl Stovall
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