• Duration: Single entry
  • Operates: Daily
  • Located at: Parkville
  • Opens at: 9.00am

Overview

Get up close and personal with a huge range of exotic animals at Melbourne Zoo — Australia’s oldest zoological park. See the state-of-the-art open-air exhibits, underwater displays and native animal enclosures. You can even head up into the treetops to observe the fascinating orangutans.

Melbourne Zoo
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Jeffry B (via TripAdvisor)

‘Few attractions appeal to all the family, but the Melbourne Zoo does. It has animals in many varieties. The monkeys are perhaps the best. The lions are popular, as are the elephants. You can easily spend a day here and feel sure that you are gettting value for money. The Zoo is easy to get to. Either train, tram or car will do.’

Featured guest review

'Few attractions appeal to all the family, but the Melbourne Zoo does. It has animals in many varieties. The monkeys are perhaps the best. The lions are popular, as are the elephants. You can easily spend a day here and feel sure that you are gettting value for money. The Zoo is easy to get to. Either train, tram or car will do.'- Jeffry B (via TripAdvisor)
  • Duration: Single entry
  • Operates: Daily
  • Located at: Parkville
  • Opens at: 9.00am
  • Encounter exotic animals from all over the world
  • Visit the Gorilla Rainforest, Lemur Island, the Australian Bush Exhibit and the popular Butterfly House
  • View giraffes, zebras, baboons, orangutans and many more species
  • Watch the antics of ocean-dwelling animals including penguins and fur seals
  • Enjoy special children’s programmes like Keeper Kids and Growing Wild
  • Attend interesting and informative zookeeper presentations.
  • General entry ticket (single day) to Melbourne Zoo
  • Daily keeper talks, presentations and animal feedings.

  • Jeffry B – Via TripAdvisor

    Few attractions appeal to all the family, but the Melbourne Zoo does. It has animals in many varieties. The monkeys are perhaps the best. The lions are popular, as are the elephants. You can easily spend a day here and feel sure that you are gettting value for money. The Zoo is easy to get to. Either train, tram or car will do.

  • Highlights
    • Encounter exotic animals from all over the world
    • Visit the Gorilla Rainforest, Lemur Island, the Australian Bush Exhibit and the popular Butterfly House
    • View giraffes, zebras, baboons, orangutans and many more species
    • Watch the antics of ocean-dwelling animals including penguins and fur seals
    • Enjoy special children’s programmes like Keeper Kids and Growing Wild
    • Attend interesting and informative zookeeper presentations.
  • What's Included
    • General entry ticket (single day) to Melbourne Zoo
    • Daily keeper talks, presentations and animal feedings.
  • What You Can Expect

    Enter the wonderful world of native and exotic wildlife at Melbourne Zoo — Australia’s oldest zoological park. You’ll encounter a huge array of animals in a diverse range of habitats, including species from Africa, Asia and of course — Australia. There’s so much to see and do at the zoo. Explore at your own pace, stopping off at various exhibits that are home to more than 320 species of animals, including giraffes, zebras, monkeys, kangaroos, lemurs and so many more.

    You can see the popular orangutans in their dedicated treetop exhibit, venture into the Australian Bush exhibit to meet native Aussie animals, stroll through the beautiful Butterfly House, walk the Trail of the Elephants, and observe penguins, seals and a host of other marine wildlife in the underwater exhibits.

    Spend as much time as you like at each exhibit. When it’s time for a break, there are several restaurants on site where you can enjoy a snack or meal.

    If you’re visiting Melbourne Zoo with children, they’ll love the chance to see what it takes to work with the animals in the Keeper Kids play space. There’s more fun to be had at Growing Wild.

    For those interested in learning more about the animals on display, and the park’s conservation efforts, the half-hourly zookeeper presentations are a must see. They run daily from 10.30am to 3.30pm. Check the timetable in the entry pavilion.

    Take the whole family and go talk to the animals on a day out at fabulous Melbourne Zoo.

    This tour is included in the Melbourne Flexi Attractions Pass.

  • Guest Reviews

    • Jeffry B – Via TripAdvisor

      Few attractions appeal to all the family, but the Melbourne Zoo does. It has animals in many varieties. The monkeys are perhaps the best. The lions are popular, as are the elephants. You can easily spend a day here and feel sure that you are gettting value for money. The Zoo is easy to get to. Either train, tram or car will do.

  • Important Information
    • Once your purchase has been completed, an order confirmation will be sent automatically to your email address. You will also receive a voucher to present at this attraction. Please present a paper copy of your voucher.
    • All children can enter the zoo free of charge on weekends, public holidays and Victorian school holidays.
    • Melbourne Zoo is located in Elliott Avenue in Parkville — four kilometres from the city centre. The zoo can be accessed easily from the city centre by tram or train. Transport to and from the zoo is not included in the cost of your ticket.
    • Melbourne Zoo is predominantly wheelchair accessible. Please contact the attraction for further details.
    • To purchase a gift voucher, please click here.
    • Do you have a group enquiry? Please contact us.
    • View our booking terms and conditions here.
What You Can Expect

Enter the wonderful world of native and exotic wildlife at Melbourne Zoo — Australia’s oldest zoological park. You’ll encounter a huge array of animals in a diverse range of habitats, including species from Africa, Asia and of course — Australia. There’s so much to see and do at the zoo. Explore at your own pace, stopping off at various exhibits that are home to more than 320 species of animals, including giraffes, zebras, monkeys, kangaroos, lemurs and so many more.

You can see the popular orangutans in their dedicated treetop exhibit, venture into the Australian Bush exhibit to meet native Aussie animals, stroll through the beautiful Butterfly House, walk the Trail of the Elephants, and observe penguins, seals and a host of other marine wildlife in the underwater exhibits.

Spend as much time as you like at each exhibit. When it’s time for a break, there are several restaurants on site where you can enjoy a snack or meal.

If you’re visiting Melbourne Zoo with children, they’ll love the chance to see what it takes to work with the animals in the Keeper Kids play space. There’s more fun to be had at Growing Wild.

For those interested in learning more about the animals on display, and the park’s conservation efforts, the half-hourly zookeeper presentations are a must see. They run daily from 10.30am to 3.30pm. Check the timetable in the entry pavilion.

Take the whole family and go talk to the animals on a day out at fabulous Melbourne Zoo.

This tour is included in the Melbourne Flexi Attractions Pass.

Important Information
  • Once your purchase has been completed, an order confirmation will be sent automatically to your email address. You will also receive a voucher to present at this attraction. Please present a paper copy of your voucher.
  • All children can enter the zoo free of charge on weekends, public holidays and Victorian school holidays.
  • Melbourne Zoo is located in Elliott Avenue in Parkville — four kilometres from the city centre. The zoo can be accessed easily from the city centre by tram or train. Transport to and from the zoo is not included in the cost of your ticket.
  • Melbourne Zoo is predominantly wheelchair accessible. Please contact the attraction for further details.
  • To purchase a gift voucher, please click here.
  • Do you have a group enquiry? Please contact us.
  • View our booking terms and conditions here.
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