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Mogo Zoo, Mogo

Categories: Zoos & Aquariums, Nature & Parks, Outdoor Activities
Inspirock Rating:
4.7/5 based on 550+ reviews on the web
Red pandas, snow leopards, and Bengal tigers make their home at Mogo Zoo, the only zoo in Australia with white lions. From easy-to-follow pathways, view exotic and endangered species. Roam the small-reptile house, a large African savanna, and islands with primates such as red-handed tamarin. For a more interactive experience, feed the deer or giraffes. Arrange your visit to Mogo Zoo and discover more family-friendly attractions in Mogo using our Mogo vacation generator.
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  • Mogo zoo offers a wonderful day out for all persons great and small. From tiny primates to Silverback Gorilla's as well as giraffes and deer and zebras, rhinos, lions, lioness's, tigers, snow leopard,...  read more »
  • Having seen reviews on tv shows we had to go & see this highly recommended zoo. We were not disappointed. We did the interactive session with the Meerkats & what an incredible experience that was. Suc...  read more »
  • Mogo Zoo is an amazing little zoo. The animal enclosures are fantastic. My children got to feed the giraffes and we all had a good laugh at the younger gibbons fighting over the hammock. The big cats ...  read more »
  • A cool small size zoo. It has a good variety of animals, including big cats. Feeding the giraffes was a highlight for the kids.
  • Well presented and maintained. Totally enjoyed the experience. If I may I would like to suggest an improvement which is to provide a bigger range of healthier food for the kids and to remove unhealthy temptations such as slushy. This would make it more enjoyable for the adults with less tears from the little ones
  • Hi Mogo Zoo, We attended your zoo over the weekend during a holiday in Batemans Bay. We loved every aspect of your zoo, the proximity to the animals and the interaction that one is able to have is great. BUT...We immedietly noticed the clear distress that the cheetah is in. It wasnt as if we were watching this glorious animal for a period of time before noticing it, it was immediate impact. S/he paces around the cage in such a manor that there is actually a mud path defined within the grass from the route that the poor animal takes. What is your procedure to maintainig mental health and stimulation of the captive animals - in this case, this cheetah? Does s/he get an oppertunity to roam the greater areas of your zoo to get a bit more exercise or are they kept up in the little enclosure for the extent of their life? It is a known trait of mental decline of ANY animal - be it human or cheetah when held captive in confined spaces. Any thoughts would be appreciated because this put a large taint on an otherwise enjoyable experience.
  • Love the variety of exotic animals! Well worth a look. I'm in love with the meercats.
  • wants to get rid of an Australian native species. " Sally Padey, of Mogo Zoo, said for the council, “the gun is loaded, the bullets are in, it’s time, not that we shoot the bats, but the trigger has to be pulled”. Ms Padey said the Water Garden needed to be cleaned up, “but we do not need to bring the bulldozers in”. She said a worker who lived on Heron Road was ill due to the bats. Ms Padey called for a council meeting earlier than May 27. “I love the bats, but I can see they are having such a huge impact where they should not,” she said. “I don’t condone everyone going out to slaughter flying foxes,” she said, but she called for action. “The gloves have been taken off, we have to unite, stay calm,” she said. "
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