Paradise Country is one of the famous scenic spots on the Golden Coast. It's also a scenic spot in the ticket we bought. It features a variety of animals and experiences farm life. This place is a favorite place for Chinese tourists. They can watch performances, touch animals, see kangaroos and hold koalas. There are many performances throughout the day, such as shearing and sheep herding. Every kind of performances makes people feel novel. Small animals are also very cute. There are two alpacas separately enclosed in the farm, kangaroos and koalas, but they are not as good as dragons and cypresses. The number of kangaroos and koalas is not comparable to dragons and cypresses. Most kangaroos are also lazy in the sun in the fence. There is an area where sheep can be fed. Friends who haven't been fed before must be careful. Sheep see objects like lions see prey, they will take the initiative to grab, and some will jump and pick your clothes. But for me, this has long been customary. There are many animals inside, such as peacocks, chipmunks, etc., which are very suitable for personal travel. It's a good experience to experience farm life and spend a day with small animals. Lunch here is also good, you can choose hamburger set meal, you can also choose steak, chicken steak buffet (only one piece of meat, salad those can be eaten casually). The only annoying thing is that at noon we were having dinner. A Chinese tour guide came with a bunch of children and said directly that the table was theirs. I saw that there was no reservations sign on the table, and I didn't worry about it. I changed the table.