Enjoy a visit to Melbourne Zoo, learn about the conservation efforts of the endangered Sumatran Tiger and Orangutan, and see over 300 different species of animals and birds in the many exhibits around the zoo!
- Escape from the clamor of Melbourne city, and explore the world-famous Melbourne Zoo to meet more than 300 different species of animals.
- Catch sight of Australian native animals such as kangaroos, wombats, and koalas, and walk along the Elephant Trail to see Asian elephants.
- See the king of the jungle in action at the Lion Gorge, and admire his striking elegance and grace.
- Get a chance to befriend and pet kangaroos, and click pictures of this unforgettable memory.
- Fun Fact: Melbourne Zoo’s first-ever calf, Mali, was the first female elephant born in Australia!
- Entrance to Melbourne Zoo
- Animal keeper presentations at set times
- Transport to and from Melbourne Zoo
- Pickup and drop off at hotel
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Home to more than 5000 animals, the Melbourne Zoo is located in Royal Park, about 4 kilometers from the center of the city.
Fluttering Butterflies & Majestic Lions
On the Main Trail, spot a variety of rare species such as red pandas, white-cheeked gibbons, zebras, giraffes, macaws, tortoises, and the platypus. The Trail of the Elephants is home to seven Asian elephants, and you can see these majestic creatures up close. Butterfly House is a walk-through exhibit in the form of a greenhouse and contains a wide variety of colorful tropical butterflies. The Orangutan Sanctuary is home to a family of orangutans. At the Lion Gorge, come face-to-face with some of the most formidable carnivores (and a couple of omnivores), including tigers, lions, Snow Leopards, and the Philippine Crocodile.
Australia's Wildlife: Terrestrial & Aquatic
Walk through the Australian Bush section, home to the country's unique wildlife, and see kangaroos, wombats, echidnas, emus, and koalas. The Wild Sea exhibit is undoubtedly the most special and includes seals, baby penguins, pelicans, and fiddler rays. Underwater sounds and lighting give this exhibit a surreal feel, and it is breathtaking to see in person. Enter the deep jungles of Africa at the Gorilla Rainforest, and see a variety of rare species such as the black-capped capuchins, black-handed spider monkeys, and the colobus.
know before you go
know before you go
- Facilities: Lockers, Wheelchair Accessibility, Pram/Stroller Accessibility, Restroom, Changing Rooms, Phone Charging Station, Drinking Water, First Aid.
- Children aged 15 and under must be accompanied by an adult at the zoo.
- It is not allowed to feed any of the animals the food that has been brought from outside.
- Daily: 9am to 5pm
You will receive your Melbourne Zoo Entry Ticket mobile voucher in your email shortly. Please display it along with a valid photo ID at the meeting point.
Ticket Redemption Point
Melbourne Zoo, Elliott Avenue, Parkville 3052 (Melways reference: 43 E1), Melbourne, Victoria, Australia
Get off at Royal Park Station on the Upfield line running from Flinders Street Station.
Take bus no. 505 to Melbourne University from Moonee Ponds. The bus will stop outside Melbourne Zoo.
Take tram 58 from William Street or tram 19 and get off exactly outside Melbourne Zoo.
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