Bullen's Animal World was a circus style theme park located at Wallacia on the outskirts of Sydney. Its address was 11 Park Road, Wallacia. An equivalent one also existed at Wanneroo Lion Park in Wanneroo in Perth.

Bullen's Animal World
Date opened1969
Date closed1985
LocationWallacia, Australia
OwnerStafford Bullen

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It was opened in 1969 by Stafford Bullen, the son of circus founder Alfred Percival Bullen, and operated until 1985. Its closure was to foreshadow the closure of Bullen's other nearby venture, the African Lion Safari, in 1991.

Zambi Wildlife Retreat edit

Zambi Wildlife Retreat is an animal welfare charity that operates at the former site of the Bullen's property and adopted some of the Bullen's former animals. It focuses on rescuing captive wild animals such as lions, tigers, hamadryas baboons, common marmosets, meerkats, hyacinth macaw, blue-and-gold macaw, dingoes, wolfdogs and until recently the last puma held in Australia. 'Zambi' is open to visitors by appointment and offers feeding and interaction opportunities.

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