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Perth Zoo, South Perth

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Discover wildlife from four different continents at the Perth Zoo. Here you'll encounter over 1,200 animals across 160 species. Gaze at koalas, red kangaroos, wallabies, and Tasmanian Devils in the Australian Bushwalk exhibit. See crocodiles, frogs, tortoises, and local birds in Australian Wetlands. Reptile Encounter brings you up close with snakes and lizards, and Penguin Plunge showcases penguins waddling on beaches and swimming around reefs. Feed giraffes at African Savannah, which is also home to lions and cheetahs. A visit to Perth Zoo represents just the start of the adventure when you use our Perth trip builder to plot your vacation.
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  • From Perth CBD, you can use the ferry to Mends Jetty or take a bus from Elizabeth Quay to the zoo. The bus is more convenient and involve less walking. As we stayed opposite the zoo, we just needed to...  more »
  • Excellent experience for the visitor to walk amongst shaded lush perdestrian areas. The zoo has an important conservation role especially with Orang Utans. The staff are very welcoming and friendly. G...  more »
  • My daughter and I took our grandchildren ages are 2,4,5 and 11 to the zoo and I have to say what a fantastic day. The zoo is very clean and has at this time being school holidays a huge amount of visi...  more »
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  • Great place to go with the kids. Bring your own lunch and snacks to if you want to save money. Lots of water refill stations. Just watch out for the crows if you leave your food and picnic basket on the grass area - they're very determined and will tear a hole in your bag to get to your lunch. The yearly zoo pass (become a zoo friend) is also really worth the money if you visit often.
  • Animals are almost dead. Dirty place. Too expensive for what i saw. Might as well set the animals free so they feel alive.
  • It's probably more entertaining for tourists😊 as a local, once you've been once you've seen it all... Might also be good with a tiny refurb.
  • Really nice facilities. Great walking, easy access even for disabled. All ages catered for. Animals seem content and really well cared for.
  • Beautiful enclosures make the animals feel at home, something for everyone, the food a little on the steep side, but byo food is always an option with beautiful grassed areas to sit and enjoy. Kids & adults amused for he whole day (: