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Elmvale Jungle Zoo, Elmvale

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Greet over 300 animals at Elmvale Jungle Zoo, a family-friendly venue covering a vast area of 10 hectares (25 acres). Starting out in 1967, the zoo has grown from its initial size of only 0.8 hectares (2 acres), when it displayed mainly reptiles and avian species. Today, you have the chance to observe pink flamingos, zebras, lions, giraffes, monkeys, and plenty more living in safe and hygienic conditions. The zoo also doubles up as a petting station, where younger visitors can revel in stroking and feeding a range of farm animals. The zoo's stroller-friendly trails make visits with little ones a breeze. Arrange to visit Elmvale Jungle Zoo and other attractions in Elmvale using our Elmvale trip itinerary maker.
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  • This zoo is such an amazing gem and definitely worth the drive. We were able to feed giraffes, monkeys, goats and lemurs. This was a great trip for our two and a half year old - he was in awe the enti...  more »
  • Took out almost 3 year old grandchild to this zoo recently!! Wow! Couldn't believe how many animals they have!! It's not very large but it's a great size for little children. It was a busy day when we...  more »
  • A good family outing. Good value for your dollar. You get to see all the animals up close. Seeing the zoo babies and feeding the giraffs was the best part. Even when it looks busy there is plenty of r...  more »
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  • Fantastic little zoo. At least you can actually see the animals and feed/pet some of them as well. Have been getting a season pass since my son was born. Convenient location so I can just drop in for a quick 30 minute walk to see the animals. The young lemurs will come right out of their enclosure and eat banana right out of your hands. My son thought was the greatest thing ever.
  • Great for kids and adults alike. You can feed and touch many of the animals. Lots of interesting animals. Sunny areas and lots of shaded paths.
  • The zoo has gone done hill over the last 5 years or so. The areas around the cages are grown in. There is not enough enrichment for the animals. Definitely not worth $19.95/person.
  • Great zoo big enough to enjoy. Small enough for gramps not to get too tired out.
  • Great place to bring the kids! Not overly expensive and there's a large variety of animal to see.