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Symbio Wildlife Park, Helensburgh

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Reviews
TripAdvisor
  • Remarkable experience with these beautiful animals. The staff at the zoo were so friendly and helpful. We had Keeper Ash for the Lemur Encounter. She was wonderful, very knowledgeable, friendly and yo...  more »
  • Celebrated my 60th birthday by doing a meerkat encounter with my 91 year old mother. What an AMAZING experience !! Loved our visit as it clear the staff care so much for the animals and it was pleasin...  more »
  • Unlike zoos in the city, the landscape of this zoo is more natural with less cages and low barriers. Although the zoo is not big, it has huge area of grass. Animals are healthy and happy. Most of them...  more »
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  • Symbio is a nice wildlife park to the south of Sydney. It is family-friendly and not overly crowded with tourists. The highlights are the tigers and the cheetahs, in terms of exotic animals, but the fact that you can get up close with the kangaroos and various farm animals are actually a big plus. There are a number of hands-on and behind the scenes experiences you can do, too. It's a much better alternative to the Koala Park in the north of Sydney, and I haven't visited Featherdale in the west, but it isn't in the same league (in terms of scale and variety) as Taronga, which is world famous. Still well worth a visit, especially for families!
  • A bit smaller than expected but that is okay considering the quality. They obviously take great care of the animals. The atmosphere was very relaxed. We went to see Imogen the internet famous koala.
  • To the team at Symbio Wildlife Park, I would just like to say a massive thank you for such an amazing experience with 'keeper for the day'. You guys do such a tremendous job looking after the park, knowing and caring about so many species. Erica was such a pleasure to share the day with as she went above and beyond to make every minute worth while! I will definitely be back again because of her! From the staff in the cafeteria to the keepers and volunteers, you have amazing customer service and are so welcoming from the get go. Thank you again for the amazing day!
  • Outstanding experience watching granddaughter with the baby red pandas for her birthday. Staff were incredible . Thank you Symbios
  • Best part of this wildlife Park was being able to feed the kangaroos and come up close to the animals. The zookeepers were engaging during their talks. A bit small but cosy.