【澳洲-黃金海岸Surfers】自由行-可倫賓野生動物園Currumbin Wildlife Sanctuary

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kangaroo: i love girls with red hair, gonna give her a kiss

袋鼠說:我最喜歡紅髮人了,所以給她一個吻表示我的喜愛

於是我欣然了接受袋鼠先生的吻(其實他只是在聞我幾天沒洗頭

這次去澳洲我唯一去的動物園就是可倫賓野生動物園 https://www.cws.org.au

我還挑了一個攝氏35大熱天去,有個中國人穿外套長褲襪子帽子跟口罩還撐傘,我還想說他怎麼不中暑呢?

這是整個地圖,看似很大其實還好,也沒多少動物

我是到了進去後才知道原來這不是一個普通的動物園,因為什麼獅子猴子大象長頸鹿鴨嘴獸都沒有,只有很多無尾熊跟袋鼠跟鳥類,但是一進去我看到無尾熊就超興奮,又突然想起來有個認識的美國朋友很痛恨無尾熊,他說無尾熊一天睡二十一小時,不睡覺的時候除了吃就是性交,而且尤加利葉對無尾熊不好他們還是一直吃,是因為他們是愚蠢至極的生物,但是無尾熊真的很可愛,我還很驚訝看到原來他們有力氣從一棵樹跳到另一棵(雖然才30公分遠),我默默的在門口看了十分鐘的無尾熊,看到我墨爾本朋友覺得不耐煩

看起來憨憨的,超可愛

進去之後真的到處都是鳥,還有一隻孔雀走來走去,而且後來還孔雀開屏,非常漂亮,但是在我要拍照那一刻,他就轉走了,非常邪惡,肯定他覺得我不美,不是他想吸引的對象

開屏前

開屏後,邪惡的孔雀

有種非常可愛的動物叫做quokka,我在這裡要跟大家介紹,他們是世界上最開心的動物,為什麼呢?請見下圖

有沒有超開心呢?

quokka只有在澳洲西南部一個小區域有,是保育類,但是絕大部分的澳洲人卻不知道什麼是quokka,我猜澳洲人可能連他們鄰居是黑人白人黃種人都不知道

於是我到這裡的第一件事當然就是看有沒有quokka,結果有!!!

我超級興奮,但是墨爾本先生堅決要先看鳥類表演,基本上就是很多鳥飛來飛去(其實他們是看到工作人員手上有食物就飛過去,所以工作人員三邊各站一位,這些鳥類就飛著三角形)有些鸚鵡真是很漂亮,美美的

所以結束半小時的鳥類表演後我們立馬去尋找quokka,到了後我足足找了五分鐘,真的沒有騙人,終於發現有一隻躲在很高的草叢旁睡覺,發現我在觀察他時,他默默的移到草叢裡…ㄜ

但是馬上又發現一隻,非常興奮,不過他卻慢慢的爬回石洞,屁股面對我,開始吃起他的食物,等待了十分鐘之久(拿著我的相機準備捕捉可愛笑容的那一刻)他還是繼續吃,完全沒有要轉過來的意思,墨爾本先生就說:我看他是不會轉過來了,你看他吃那麼肥就知道……於是我跟quokka自拍的夢想當場碎滅

可以微微的看到他的側臉以及吃肥的身軀(臉在左邊)

這是我的夢想圖,沒達成所以只能ps一下過過乾癮

你們看看,多可愛啊,好像那塊起司是人間美味一樣

但是這張圖告訴我們,拍照還是要看角度的,角度非常重要,所以很多網美都是用攝影師來騙吃騙喝(開玩笑,沒有要冒犯那些騙吃騙喝網美的意思)

之後我們去了袋鼠園,根本像天堂,一堆袋鼠非常懶散的讓我們這些好像一輩子沒看過袋鼠一樣的觀光客盡情地拍照啊,摸頭啊,餵食啊之類的

我在跟袋鼠自拍的同時,旁邊有個中國小弟

中國小弟:袋鼠啊,我剛剛叫媽媽買了點食物(袋鼠食)  伸手要喂袋鼠吃

袋鼠(慵懶的躺在地上還一邊抓癢):…….根本不屑,連眼皮都不睜開一下

中國小弟:可惡你這袋鼠,連我這食物你都不屑吃啦

袋鼠:…….眼睛微瞄一下小弟繼續睡還把頭移開

可見袋鼠在這個動物園生活非常安逸,跟我們在facebook上看到八塊肌狂垂別人家玻璃的袋鼠,或是在路邊互相打拳期的袋鼠很不同

這些袋鼠就是一臉睡意不屑吃東西又愛鄙視人

不過還是非常值得來的

最後跟大家分享一張非常可怕的照片但是花了二十幾澳幣的紀念品

當然是經過ps的,因為我的臉看起來非常驚悚而且頭髮很像三個禮拜沒洗一樣

之後某次在雪梨,我跟澳洲朋友們說我有拍無尾熊照做紀念,有個人說….無尾熊的屁股很多性病跟細菌,你應該沒摸到吧?

我:啊哈哈哈哈哈…當然沒有啊…

(當然是有,無尾熊還以為我是一棵樹呢)

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ENGLISH VERION

kangaroo: I love girls with red hair. I’m going to give her a kiss.

I accepted the kangaroo’s kiss, but it seems he actually was just smelling how many days I hadn’t washed my hair for! Ha!

This time around, the only zoo I went to was Currumbin Wildlife Sanctuary (https://www.cws.org.au).

I somehow picked a 35 degrees Celsius super hot day to go to the zoo. At the zoo, there was a stereotypical Chinese woman and she was covered from head to toe with a hat, heavy clothes, a mask and even had an umbrella with her. UNDER THIS 35 DEGREE BLAZING HOT SUN!!!

I was wondering how didn’t have a heat-stroke?

This is the entire map of the zoo. The map makes it seem great, but actually it’s not.

I thought was an ordinary zoo before I got in, but there weren’t any lions, monkeys, elephants, giraffes or platypuses; only tons of koalas, kangaroos and birds. As soon as I saw the koalas, I couldn’t help but get really excited. Then something came into my thoughts, an American friend once told me he hates koala so much because they sleep 21 hours a day and besides that, all they do is eat and have sex. Moreover, the Gallie leaf is not good for koalas, but they still eat it because they are dumb.

But koalas are so adorable! I was pretty surprised to see them jump from trees to trees (although the trees were only about 30 centimeters apart).

I spent like 10 minutes just staring at those little cuties. My friend became impatient so we finally left lol.

They look pretty dumb but I can’t help to think that they are also adorable!

There were birds everywhere in the park. We saw a peacock hanging around the shops area. It was the first time for me to see a peacock spread it’s tail feathers right in front of me. At the moment I was about to take a nice photo of the peacock, he turned away. What a mean peacock…probably I am not attractive enough for him to want to spread his tail.


After the evil peacock spread his tail…

Here I want to introduce you guys to the cutest animal in the world and people barely know it: the Quokka.

They are the happiest animal in the world. Well, at least they look like it.

Quokkas can be found on some smaller islands off the coast of western Austalia, in particular on Rottnest Island just off Perth and Bald Island.

Even most of Australian people do not know what a quokka is.

The very first thing I did here was check to see if they have quokkas, and YES they have them!!!!

I was super excited! I couldn’t wait to see my cuties, but my friend insisted to see the bird show first…

The show was basically many birds flying around. There were three staff members. Each one had food in their hand and they called the bird’s names and showed them the food to get their attention. When the birds saw the food, they would fly to the staff, so they made it seem like the birds were flying in a triangle above the audience.

Some of the parrots were gorgeous.

After the bird show, we finally headed to see quokkas. It took me about five minutes to find one quokka, because they usually hide somewhere. After looking for five minutes, I finally found one sleeping next to a thick patch of grass.

When he became aware that I was staring at him, he quietly moved into the grass….

I found another one after a few minutes. He was about to go back to his home, so I took out my camera, but his ass was facing me the entire time and was none stop eating. Ugh.

I was hoping I could get a nice selfie with my favorite quokka!!!

After ten more minutes, my friend told me the bird probably wouldn’t come out anytime soon. We could see from his big fat ass that he ate a lot and probably eats and sleeps all of the time lol.

You can see his fat ass and a bit of his tiny face (face on the left side).

This is my dream selfie. I didn’t clearly see his face, so I can only photoshop it by myself.

How adorable is it? That piece of cheese seems like the most delicious food in the world.

Well, this photo tells us, the angle is very important. Just like how there are tons of famous girls on instagram because they have some amazing photographers or a boyfriend who has amazing skills at taking photos. Because of that, they can get so many followers. It’s no offense. I do believe there are some really good looking girls too, lmao.

We went to see kangaroo afterwards. It was like a kangaroo paradise. Kangaroos were just laying around everywhere. They let us touch them, feed them and even take selfies with them.

While I was taking a selfie with one of the kangaroos, there was a little Chinese boy trying to feed them.

Chinese boy: What’s up? I just asked my mom to buy some kangaroo food for you. (He puts the food on his hand and tries to feed them.)

The kangaroo was lazily lying there and scratching himself. He did not even open his eyes to look at the food or the boy.

Chinese boy: What a mean kangaroo. He doesn’t even give a shit about me or the food.

The kangaroo just turned his head to the other side.

Obviously, the kangaroos have a comfortable life in here. It’s very peaceful and different from the videos we see on facebook where they have eight packs and attack windows or fight with each other on the street.

We love assuming all kangaroos are like that.

It was totally worth it to come here. We had lots of fun.

After all, I need to share a terrible photo I took in the wildlife. It took me 20ish Australian Dollars, but as a tourist, this is a must do for me lol.

My face looked terrible so I had to photoshop it by myself, but trust me, this is WAY better than the original one…

 

After that, I was in Sydney hanging out with a few Australians and I told them I had a photo with me holding a koala. One guy said, “Oh, but koala’s butts may have diseases and bacteria. You didn’t touch it, did you?”

Me: hahahaha…..No, I did not…

Well actually, of course I did. The koala even thought I was a tree!

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2 Comments Add yours

  1. Michael Wald says:

    Awesome experience. I want a quokka to hang out with at home ^^

    Liked by 1 person

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