Snohomish County is native to some of the best Pacific Northwest wildlife, including elk, raccoons, coyotes, and even kangaroos if you visit Arlington’s kangaroo farm. Not only can you take in some of the amazing mountain views the area has to offer, but you can also visit the Outback at Arlington’s kangaroo farm for an enjoyable weekend family outing.
Family-owned and operated right in Arlington, this devoted family has raised these exotic animals for more than 20 years. The journey began with owner Randy’s late wife sharing a name with a baby kangaroo (Joey) and has evolved into a passion for raising these loving animals right at home. The business was initially started as a Christmas tree farm with a few kangaroos and wallabies owned as pets for guests to see and enjoy during the holiday season. With growing excitement and demand, the couple decided to open the Outback Kangaroo Farm, offering full guided tours and additional animals for viewing.
What is one of the most rewarding aspects of running the kangaroo farm? Owner and Operator Randy Stromm says it’s seeing the excitement from people that have never seen a kangaroo before. While not native in Washington, these entertaining animals can be seen at Arlington’s local kangaroo farm. Embark on a 40-minute tour, providing both educational and recreational pleasure.
Guided tours are offered at the Outback seasonally from March through October. Operating Thursdays through Sundays, this makes for the perfect weekend outing. Tours begin as early as 10 a.m. and continue throughout the day until 4 p.m. Arrive early as all tours leave promptly on time.
Tickets are reasonably priced, beginning with free admission for children two and under. Pay $15 for children ages 2-11, $25 for adults ages 12-64, and $10 for seniors over 65. Discounted group rates are available for parties over 15 at $10 per person, but keep in mind reservations are required for larger parties. Plan for a unique birthday adventure down under and request a private party at the Outback in Arlington.
During each 40-minute tour, guests can view animals up close and even participate in feedings. Some of the exotic animals you can expect to see are kangaroos, wallabies, wallaroos, llamas, lemurs, alpacas, Nigerian dwarf goats, peacocks, mini donkeys, parrots, emus, and more. Come with all your questions, as tour guides love to share knowledge about all the furry friends on the farm. Many of the animals love to interact with visitors, creating an unforgettable experience for all.
Kangaroo & Wallaby Sales
Have you ever wanted to own a kangaroo or wallaby of your very own? The Outback at Arlington’s Kangaroo Farm is the place to go. Featuring beautiful and well-cared for kangaroos and wallabies, you will be sure to find the exotic pet of your dreams. Sales to organizations operating petting zoos and other wildlife companies are also welcome. Kangaroos are some of the most lovable pets known for their friendliness, beauty and entertaining personalities. Wallabies are cuddly, docile animals, making them ideal pets. Note licenses are not required to own kangaroos in Washington. These exotic animals make for wonderful long, loving relationships and pets with proper care and attention to their needs. For more information, call or visit the kangaroo farm.
Take a peek in the gift shop before or after your guided tour for fun souvenirs from the Outback. Learn more about the exotic animals from staff or look around for your next treasure to bring home. There is something the entire family will enjoy. From educational resources to fun facts, there is plenty to learn right inside the gift shop. You may be lucky enough to catch one of the kangaroos inside paying a friendly visit. Just outside the gift shop, take fun photos in a wooden kangaroo family cutout. Also, enjoy the picnic tables and the comfortable atmosphere while you wait for your guided tour. Watch a peacock stroll by or simply enjoy the fresh air of nature. This laid-back setting is excellent for the whole family.
Whether looking for a fun weekend outing or planning your next birthday adventure, be sure to check out the Outback at Arlington Kangaroo Farm. View Australian-native animals up close and personal without leaving the Pacific Northwest. Venture down under to Arlington to see and experience these exotic beauties for yourself. Are you looking for an exotic pet to take home while you’re there? Bring one of these loving creatures home through private sales offered at the farm. Family-owned and operated, this is a business worth supporting in Snohomish County, providing an unforgettable experience the whole family is sure to love.
The Outback Kangaroo Farm
10030 State Route 530 NE