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Arlington - The Outback Kangaroo Farm

10030 State Route 530 NE

Your tour host, Ray Strom, and his wife, Joey, enjoy leading about four scheduled tours a day, where they share their knowledge and passion for all the various animals they're proud to host at their farm. 

Not only does The Outback Kangaroo Farm offer tours of the premises, but also sales of eggs as well as exotic animals. Don't forget to stop by our gift shop for the perfect souvenir from your visit!

At The Outback Kangaroo Farm, we take the idea of a zoo to a whole new level.We provide kangaroo and exotic animal tours during which you have the opportunity to interact with all our different animals. In addition to kangaroos, our farm houses everything from alpacas and flying squirrels to peacocks and wallaroos.


Jeffrey Wade

Monday, March 19, 2018
This may have been a little out of the way to go to from Seattle, but getting to see all these animals up close and even interact with a great number of them makes this well worth the long drive. The folks who run the farm are very friendly and want to make sure that both you and the animals have the best time possible. And getting to feed pet animals from the 'roo family was a dream come true for me. They are just so soft and there is nothing like it!

Rachel Proctor

Saturday, March 3, 2018
Wonderful experience! The tour was great, moved along at a pace our 3 and 7 year old appreciated. Animals were friendly and everyone in our tour was engaged with feeding, petting and learning about the different creatures. We will definitely go back and recommend to friends, families and strangers!

Egg 3d

Saturday, March 10, 2018
A fun place. It could get muddy. People with strollers slow everything down. Kids 3 and up would enjoy it the best. You can pet and feed kangaroos, walabies, goats, donkeys, alpacas, horses.

Felicia K

Saturday, March 10, 2018
This place is so good. The owners and animals are super nice.

Lacey Scheeler

Sunday, Nov. 12, 2017
So this place used to be wonderful but now they over crowd I had about 35 people in my group (at the beginning they split you in half too) and half didn't listen to the guide, spent little time with the animals before having to move on because of the massive increase in people, and the animal care seemed to go down even though there were more people coming. I saw animals with chipped hooves, over grown hooves, birds with broken feathers(which can get infected), their oldest Kangaroo had been in a fight and there was blood dripped down him, scratches, part of his ear was torn, he was obsessively licking himself while flies swarmed him. This isn't acceptable or okay. A person that didn't listen tried to pet the llama because the guides weren't paying attention to the back of the group and the llama is not friendly. I had to warn them they could get hurt as I'm not sure if they could hear the joke the guide made about him being mean. Parts were really dirty with poop where visitors couldn't go. The older guide isn't the nicest either. They need to make major changes to this place and put more care into their animals.

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