In the foothills of the Tamar Valley, 18 kilometres from Launceston in Tasmania’s north, is Tasmania Zoo, the largest wildlife park in Tasmania. Tasmania Zoo is home to more than 80 species including Australian birds, penguins, crocodiles, wombats, echidnas, kangaroos, quolls and reptiles. It is one of the best places in Tasmania to experience Tasmanian Devils up-close.
Zoodoo Wildlife Park is located near the historic township of Richmond, just 25 minutes from Hobart. Zoodoo offers all day attractions and access including free rides for children, safari bus tours and BBQ and picnic facilities. Zoodoo Wildlife Park is renowned for its hands-on approach which allows you to get closer to some of your favourite Australian animals than you ever thought possible.
Victoria’s Melbourne Zoo is Australia's oldest zoo and one of the world’s best zoos. It exhibits around 350 animal species in natural exhibits and enclosures.
Healesville Sanctuary is the place to see Australian native animals in their natural environment. It is also one of the best places to see Australia’s nocturnal animals.
Werribee Open Range Zoo is an African-themed zoo in Werribee, about 35 kilometres west of Melbourne’s city centre. It is located on the Werribee River in Werribee Park, adjacent to the Werribee Mansion. In addition to safari tours in open vehicles, the ‘Slumber Safari’ offers overnight accommodation in luxury tents. Werribee Open Range Zoo is also en route to the Great Ocean Road and a major attraction on Victoria’s Great Southern Touring Route.
Just minutes from the Perth CBD, Perth Zoo provides a tranquil natural ‘oasis’ within the city. Perth Zoo attracts many species of Australian native birds. The gardens are also an important part of Perth Zoo with some plants and trees older than 100 years. See the spectacular displays of Western Australian spring wild flowers in September and October.
Caversham Wildlife Park and Whiteman Park are located just a short 25-minute drive from the Perth CBD; or 45 minutes from Fremantle. The park showcases many of Australia's unique native animals, including koalas, kangaroos, wallabies, wombats and Tasmanian devils.
Wave Rock Wildlife Park at Hyden Western Australia’s south-west, offers visitors the chance to enjoy and observe hundreds of birds and animals from the region and around Australia.