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Auckland Zoo is home to the largest collection of native and exotic animals in New Zealand, set in 17 hectares of lush parkland and just minutes from central Auckland. Auckland Zoo is open every day (except Christmas Day) from 9.30am.
I haven’t been to the zoo for ages but went with some young family a few weeks back and it is as good as ever. Actually, it is continuously improving. I love that more and more animals are making it out of cages into open...More
Haven't been to the zoo in about a year or so, and my it has changed! Though part of the zoo is under construction, it was still about a 5 hour dent in my day. Loved seeing the upgraded Meerkat enclosure where you could really...More
It has been nearly 10 years since I have visited the auckland zoo and must say I was extremely disappointed. Lack of enclosures opened and food and hot drinks stalls available fall well below international standards. Until they get standards up I believe they are...More
I originally had no plans to go to "just another zoo" however I found myself alone with no plans on one day of my trip so I decided to check out the zoo. My favourite area was Africa but my favourite enclosure was the Red...More
Prior to visiting the Atlanta Zoo, we thought it was the best zoo until we visited the Auckland Zoo! All students get a discount if you present your student ID and the zoo is a learning experience for all! I also loved how there were...More
Auckland Zoo is such a great family or friends venue to visit. It is not over commercialised and allows you really up close contact with some beautiful and exotic animals. You can see that there is a real passion for the animals welfare and this...More
Really strong on New Zealand and Australian life and the usual range from the rest of the world with a strong emphasis on decent living conditions and conservation. Helpful staff around the site too, happy to help explain feeding and animal care. Major works in...More