There's a place in Washington with Kangaroos?

Yes. There is. It's called the Outback Kangaroo Farm, in Arlington, WA. They offer guided tours from March through October.

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What other kinds of wildlife will you see?

Kangaroos, wallabies, wallaroos, rabbits, lamas, lemurs, alpacas, goats, peacocks, donkeys, parrots, and emus!

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If you'd like to experience Outback Kangaroo Farm:

Whether you come as a family or in a large group, we’ll be able to accommodate you. Please call ahead to discuss group visits so that we can make a special wildlife tour time. Our tours are ideal for children, school groups, families and even for team-building activities. Let us know ahead of time how we can accommodate your needs best.

Come and enjoy a unique experience at The Outback Kangaroo Farm in Arlington, WA by joining us on one of our wildlife tours! Marvel at our amazing animals and spend some time in nature. We look forward to seeing you soon.

Where is Arlington, WA?

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Arlington is located just north of Seattle in Snohomish County.

The Outback Kangaroo Farm offers something for everyone!

The Outback Kangaroo Farm is the preferred location for wildlife tours. Here at The Outback Kangaroo Farm, our family-friendly farm offers the perfect environment for visiting. When you come to the Outback Kangaroo Farm for a wildlife tour, we’ll show you the beautiful range of animals we have on our property. From wallabies to kangaroos, lemurs, peacocks, and miniature goats, our exotic wildlife delights and intrigues visitors. You can also take a look at our alpacas and llamas when visiting our farms. On our wildlife tours, our knowledgeable staff walk visitors through the farm and share interesting facts about our animals with visitors.

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