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Located just minutes from Perth City, Perth Zoo is a convenient and beautiful way to meet Australia's incredible wildlife. Ever wanted to immerse yourself in the Aussie outback but have Asia's stunning rainforests and Africa's wild savannah right...more
Hours Today: 09:00 - 17:00
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Suggested duration: More than 3 hours
20 Labouchere Rd, South Perth, Western Australia 6151, Australia
All reviews australian animals great family day nocturnal house picnic lunch across the river on display elizabeth quay swan river elephants enclosures tiger exhibits conservation talks ferry perth reptiles
Quick visit following a shirt ferry ride from the Elizabeth Quay. A short walk from the ferry terminal in south Perth this was only a short visit, but definitely worth longer if you have the time
Well set out grounds and we had up close...More
We bought tickets for a Hands On, behind the scenes tour of Perth Zoo, and it was an absolutely fantastic experience. We were met by two very experienced Zoo Keepers, who took us behind the scenes for two hours, showing us how the animals were...More
Went here with some friends and their kids, had a good day, and most of the animals have nice big enclosures. Perth zoo also do a lot of conservation work, and try to help stopping extinction
of several WA species.
Decided to attend a special event at night and thoroughly enjoyed it. The atmosphere was electric and the animals entertaining... There was an additional attraction of dinosaurs, that moved and groaned that added to the enjoyment.
Quiet expensive, especially the food and drink. Many of the major exhibits have gone or not available. The Crocodile died and has not been replaced, the Giraffes and Zebras were not available and many creatures were unable to be seen because of the dense vegetation....More
I have been to a lot of zoos around Australia, and this is pretty par the course. As I visited in the middle of a hot summer’s day, naturally most of the animals were hidden in the shade, well out of sight. This can happen...More
Didn’t mind paying $32 each entry fee as it helps support the animals but our experience was very disappointing. Half the animals weren’t around, up close adventures were all unavailable. Maybe if they spent less money on fake dinosaurs and spend it on getting more...More
We visited the Perth Zoo on a day that was 38- 40 degrees Centigrade, probably not the best temperature to go to the zoo as many of the animals were hiding from the heat. Other than that, we went when Perth Zoo was having it's...More
Having been to a few zoos in my time this has to be the best. The animals are all visible and or around none found to be hiding away.
The aussie section is just that 100% i much preferred this zoo to Melbourne. Really accessible...More