WILD LIFE Sydney Zoo

4.2 / 5

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WILD LIFE Sydney Zoo

From $27.14 per person

Enjoy close encounters with kangaroos, wombats, and other unique Australian creatures at WILD LIFE Sydney Zoo. Take an animal adventure through iconic Australian habitats to meet crocodiles, and spot butterflies.

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  • Stroll through all the diverse terrains of Australia without leaving Sydney
  • Walk with kangaroos and spot tough yellow-footed rock-wallabies
  • Admire colorful butterflies and scary snakes
  • Say hello to Rex the crocodile
  • Meet the zoo keepers, who give entertaining talks
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Go on an animal adventure in the heart of Sydney and walk through diverse terrains to meet unique Australian wildlife. Journey around the vast nation without leaving the city at WILD LIFE Sydney. Enjoy interactive displays, inspiring and entertaining keeper talks, and enhanced walk-through habitats with kangaroos. Located in the heart of Sydney at Aquarium Wharf in Darling Harbour, it is a fantastic world inside. A world where beautiful butterflies and snakes lurk in the foliage, and turtles and crocodiles glide through the water. You will see the jagged rocks of Wallaby Cliffs to spot yellow-footed rock-wallaby, the toughest and most adapted animal in Australia, and seek out hairy-nosed wombats that munch the grass and shelter down deep burrows. Travel through a recreation of the Daintree Rainforest and Kakadu Gorge. Marvel at the endless variety of the Northern Territory’s Top End landscape. And look down deep gorges, see grassland, experience floodplains, and visit the estuary flats.
  • WILD LIFE Sydney entry
  • Close encounters with koalas and other iconic marsupials
  • 9 authentic Aussie-themed habitat zones to walk through
  • Over 100 species of Australian animals
  • Guided tour
  • Photo with the koalas
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You must book this activity online because the ticket office is closed

Safety measures in place
  • All areas that customers touch are frequently cleaned
  • The number of visitors is limited to reduce crowds

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    WILD LIFE Sydney is located on Darling Harbour next to Sydney Aquarium. Services to Darling Harbour depart from Circular Quay Wharf 5 about every 30 minutes. Please check timetables for full schedule by calling Transport Info 131 500 or at www.131500.com.au

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    • Due to ongoing COVID-19 preventative measures opening hours are as follows: 10:00 AM-4:00 PM (last entry is at 3:00 PM)
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    4.2 /5

    based on 37 reviews

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    The zoo is easy to reach by bus Sydney Tour (stop 19 red route or stop 16 and walk over the bridge). There is a wide variety of species in the zoo such as wombas, kangaroos, crocodiles and especially koalas. Confusing is the shared ticket office with Sea life and Madamme T. (for exchanging the vouchers for the admission ticket) and the shared entrance with Madame T. please keep left, inside the building the entrance then separates (Madame T. then turns right from).

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    December 27, 2019

    Great place for younger children.

    A little on the pricey side for an adult, but a great day out for young children. 1yr old to 7. Not too much to see but enough for the young ones. Very tiny cafe on site, with nice seating looking at the koalas. Overall a great day out. As long as money goes back to the animals for their upkeep.

    March 4, 2019

    Great place to see native animals.

    We had planned to go to the Toronga Zoo but decided on this instead as we wanted one last chance to see native animals, not just animals you can see at a zoo anywhere. We are so glad we did. We got to see the koalas being fed and the two new joeys who had just arrived the previous week after their mother had been hit and killed. Saw the first pademelon of our trip. Echidnas and wombats. Everything we wanted to see. Very well laid out.

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    January 3, 2019

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