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Sydney: Taronga Zoo Tickets

Activity provider: Taronga Zoo

Sydney: Taronga Zoo Tickets

Activity provider: Taronga Zoo
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From US$ 35.21 per person

Enjoy Taronga Zoo, an icon of Sydney nestled on the shores of the world's most beautiful harbors, with a full-day ticket. See almost 4,000 animals including many native Australian animals, exotic species, and limited daily presentations and keeper talks.

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Wheelchair accessible

Experience

Highlights
  • Explore 9 different trails including the Australian Walkabout, Kids' Trail, Reptile World and Big Cats' Trail
  • Enjoy a half or full-day at Taronga Zoo and take in the large variety of endangered animals on display
  • Take in stunning views of Sydney Harbour, the Sydney Opera House, and Sydney Harbour Bridge from the many trails and picnic areas within Taronga Zoo
  • Get up-close at Taronga with koalas, giraffes, reptiles, and owls
  • Visit the Taronga Zoo, an award-winning Sydney attraction open 365 days a year
Full description

Overlooking magnificent Sydney Harbour, Taronga Zoo is just 12 minutes by ferry from Circular Quay and offers amazing wildlife experiences with stunning harbor views. Nestled on the shores of the world's most beautiful harbor, Taronga Zoo is surrounded by lush bushland of Bradley's Head National Park, popular for early morning walks. Ferries depart from Circular Quay every 30 minutes. The Zoo has many popular trails to explore including the Australian Walkabout, Kids' Trail, Reptile World, African Safari, Big Cats' Trail, Rainforest Trail, Seal Walk, Seals for the Wild, and the iconic must-see Free Flight Birds presentations. Zoo entry includes limited keeper talks, presentations, and access to the Sky Safari cable car. The many exhibits in Taronga Zoo can be reached by footpaths, ramps, lifts and escalators. 90% of Taronga Zoo is fully accessible. Strollers can be hired from the Visitor Information Desk in the main entrance at a small fee and manual wheelchairs can be rented for free and should be booked in advance.

Includes
  • Full-day general entry ticket
  • Sky Safari cable car round trip
  • Limited Keeper talks and presentations
  • Transportation to and from Taronga Zoo
  • Food and beverages
  • Parking
Covid-19 precautions

You must book this activity online because the ticket office is closed

Safety measures in place
  • All areas that customers touch are frequently cleaned
Traveler requirements
  • You must fill out a travel information form

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Taronga Zoo, Bradleys Head Road, Mosman, NSW. If you are coming from the city by ferry: the Zoo is located just 12 minutes from Circular Quay by ferry. Refer to Sydney Ferries website for a current timetable. You could get Sydney ferries, Captain Cook, Eco Hopper or Fantasea. By bus from the city: The M30 via Military Road and Bradleys Head Road to Taronga Zoo can be caught from Wynyard - Stand T (Clarence St). If you want to drive: Parking is available at the Zoo. Entry to the car park is from Bradleys Head Road. The car park day rate is $18. You can also find parking in streets nearby the zoo.

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Important information

Not allowed

  • Non-folding wheelchairs
  • Unaccompanied minors

Know before you go

  • Taronga Zoo also operates a wildlife hospital
  •  The Sky Safari operates from 10:00 AM-3:00 PM daily
  • All children up to age 14, traveling on the Sky Safari must be accompanied by an adult. Due to limited capacity, during peak periods, it may only operate one-way trips to facilitate effective guest movement in the zoo
  • The zoo provides sturdy, all-terrain manual wheelchairs for free to those who require mobility assistance, ID required and a disclaimer form must be completed. These wheelchairs must be pushed by a carer/companion and seat belts are required to be worn
  • Carers or essential companions to people with disabilities are allowed free entry into the zoo. National Companion Cards are accepted
  • Download the Taronga Zoo Sydney app to plan your day before you visit, find your way around, learn about the animals and join the Wild Squad missions
  • The zoo is a cashless attraction
Customer reviews

Overall rating

4.4 /5

based on 591 reviews

Review summary

  • Value for money
    4.1/5
  • Service
    4.5/5
  • Organization
    4.4/5

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You can drive to the Zoo (plenty of parking). I prefer to travel by Ferry (e.g. from Circular Quay). Ferry boat ride is relaxing and enjoyable getting wonderful views of different bays and beaches around Sydney Harbour on route to the Zoo. Wear comfortable walking shoes, a light backpack, minimum personal essentials, *packet of "Wet Ones" and tissues. While you can get food and drinks at the Zoo, I prefer to take a water bottle and small picnic lunch/sandwiches/biscuits - which my friend(s) also bring, so we share for different food tastes. Makes quite a pleasant picnic break. Suggest you plan ahead which animals and events you wish to see and get there just after the Zoo opens in the morning. This way, you can pace yourself with breaks for a morning "coffee" break and lunch. Tickets come with map(s) which are easy to follow. The views of Sydney Harbour and its shores from the Zoo are spectacular - you'll get some fabulous photos as souvenirs of your visit. Enjoy this great Zoo!

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April 19, 2022

The zoo has a huge variety of animals, ones I didn’t expect to see. It’s very busy and popular with families. Great view of the Sydney skyline with the giraffes in the background. Only a few koalas which I went to see. Tickets for koala experiences are limited and they only run for a few hours a day so you have to arrive really early to get a slot. You can’t hold or pet them though here. Not many kangaroos sadly. Large food village with nice food for different diets - as a coeliac there was options for me which was great. There isn’t a natural path around to follow so there is a lot of walking to ensure you see everything. There is a ferry which I found out so got back to Sydney on this which was nicer than the bus.

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April 12, 2022

Ferry from Circular Quay, direct to Zoo. Bus or cable car to the entry point at the top. The map was so easy to follow, and if by chance you get to the bottom before you have visited the whole place, cable car back to the top. One of the cleanest zoos I have been to in any part of the world. Great staff, helpful. The main food area was far too busy with big lines, so do yourself a favour and go back to top near entry to the cafe. Freshly made food, tables and chaire out on the covered balcony. This day was well worth the entry fee.

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March 20, 2022

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