Wild Life Sydney Zoo Tourist Attraction

Wild Life Sydney Zoo

Wild Life Sydney mini-zoo is a wildlife Park in the heart of Sydney, Australia. Officially it was opened in September 2006. It is located on the city in Darling Harbour, near Sydney aquarium and the museum of Madame Tussauds. The erection began in November 2004 and was completed in August 2006. Initially, in May 2006, the Sydney aquarium announced its expansion plans to enable the wildlife park. The Park changed its name into Wild Life Sydney Zoo and reopened on the 13th of September 2011. Meanwhile, the Park won the award as the best object for family tourism in Australia in 2007. Wild Life Sydney park is worth visiting, especially if there is no time to visit a full-fledged zoo or to go outside of Sydney. Here you can experience the real wildlife. Sufficient fauna of Australia is represented here. There are huge red kangaroos, little Wallabies, possums, a huge alligator, the world’s most dangerous bird the cassowary, emus, butterflies and countless koalas. Moreover, you can feed and pat all animals. It is possible to run within 15 minutes the entire mini-zoo of Wild Life Sydney. Visitors usually begin their adventure to the wildlife at Butterfly Tropics before passing through Gumtree Valley, Daintree Rainforest, Wallaby Cliffs, Kangaroo Walk-About, Kakadu Gorge, Nightfall and Koala Encounters, coming face to face with amazing Aussie animals along the way.

Open hours

09:30 - 17:00 (last entry 16:00)


1-5 Wheat Rd, Darling Harbour NSW 2000, Australia
E-Mail: [email protected]
Website: https://www.wildlifesydney.com.au/
33° 52′ 11.34″ S, 151° 12′ 5.72″ E

Ticket price

Regular price: $ 40
Children price: $ 28 (4 - 15 years)
Family price: $ 136

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