Taronga Zoo guided tours

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Visiting a zoo can be an exciting experience. There are a number of different zoos in Sydney. Each has their own unique qualities and features, so it's important to make sure you're visiting the right one for your preferences.

Wildlife retreat

Located on the edge of Sydney Harbour, Taronga Zoo Wildlife Retreat offers guests the opportunity to immerse themselves in the natural environment of Australia. The Taronga Zoo Wildlife Retreat is located within the Taronga Zoo, a unique sanctuary for Australian animals. The facility has a unique blend of luxury accommodation and animal interaction.

Taronga Zoo Wildlife Retreat 

The Taronga Wildlife Sanctuary is a not-for-profit organisation dedicated to the conservation of wildlife and wild places. Their goal is to preserve and enhance the biodiversity of Australia. Their programs include the care of animals, support of science, education and public awareness. They also have a focus on sustainability and social responsibility.

The Taronga Wildlife Retreat is part of a new revitalisation plan for the 100-year-old zoo. The resort consists of five environmentally conscious lodges. These are designed to attain a 5 star Green Star rating.

Sky safari

Taking a Sky Safari ride at Taronga Zoo is a wonderful way to get a bird's eye view of the zoo and Sydney Harbour. This fun and exciting cable car ride is included in the price of your ticket and is a great way to experience the zoo.

Taronga Zoo

The cable car at Taronga Zoo offers passengers breathtaking views of the Sydney Harbour and the city. You will also be able to see some of the many animals in the zoo. This ride is a fun way to spend a day and is a great family activity.

The cable car at Taronga is undergoing a major upgrade that will make the experience even bigger. The upgrade will include new accessible stations and larger gondolas. This will make the trip more engaging and allow more guests to experience the zoo.

Rustic Bridge

Located in Sydney, Australia, Taronga Zoo is one of the best places to visit in Sydney. It is the largest zoo in the country and houses more than 400 animals from 350 species. The zoo is divided into 8 zoo-geographical regions. It is open every day, except on Christmas Day.

The Taronga Zoo is home to many endangered animals, including the Sumatran tiger. They also have a captive breeding program to help these animals survive. This is done by giving them opportunities to hunt and play like they would in the wild.

The zoo is also a great place for children to experience and learn about wildlife. They have many different tours available and a range of attractions. There are even opportunities to feed giraffes, hold owls, and see koalas.

Accommodation options

Located on the shores of Sydney Harbour, Taronga Zoo is an iconic zoo that attracts more than 1.4 million visitors a year. The zoo is dedicated to wildlife preservation and protection. It is home to a variety of animals, including lions, tigers, kangaroos, koalas and sea lions.

Taronga Zoo offers a wide range of accommodation options. There are three different lodges, each providing an unique experience. The lodges are fully air conditioned and feature televisions, kitchen facilities, and patios. You can also book a glamping tent.

For those looking to spend a night at the zoo, the Wildlife Retreat at Taronga is a perfect choice. Guests can stay in a cabin in the zoo's new wildlife reserve. Each cabin is air conditioned and has two bedrooms. You can also enjoy a continental breakfast, a two-day ticket to the zoo, and a dinner.

More zoos in Sydney

Whether you're a zoo enthusiast or you're just looking for a fun and educational outing with the family, Sydney has a plethora of options. You can explore the city's beaches, go shopping, and enjoy some fun outdoor activities.

A trip to the zoo is a great way to get up close and personal with some of Australia's most unique wildlife. The zoos in Sydney offer you the chance to meet and greet with a wide variety of animals.

Taronga Zoo is one of the best zoos in Sydney. This zoo is located on top of a hill with spectacular views of Sydney Harbour. It has a diverse collection of native Australian and foreign animals.

The zoo also features an education centre and a Veterinary Quarantine Centre. The zoo is also wheelchair accessible.

Taronga Zoo Online Tickets & Guided Tours

Located on the shores of Sydney Harbour, Taronga Zoo is one of the best places to visit in Sydney. The zoo is filled with over 350 different species, including aquatic creatures, exotic species, and native Australian animals.

Throughout the year, Taronga Zoo offers specials and discounts. These include annual passes, family passes, and bulk packages. A free app is also available, which will help you navigate your way around the zoo.

Guided tours allow you to take a closer look at the zoo's animal exhibits. Keeper talks give you the opportunity to learn about the zoo's inhabitants, such as the Koala, Asian Elephant, and Giraffe. You will also have the opportunity to feed giraffes and hold owls.

Visitors can also experience the Sky Safari cable car ride, which provides panoramic views of the harbor. The tour includes a return ferry and cable car ride.

Tickets for the Taronga Zoo can be purchased online. Tickets for adults cost 47 AUD, while children are discounted to 27 AUD. A ticketing window surcharge is also included, which is used to cover the costs of maintaining the ticketing window.

Taronga Zoo also offers overnight accommodations. Guests can stay in the lodges or glamping tents. These are a great way to reconnect with nature. Guests can also enjoy an African-style safari.

Taronga Zoo is also home to a Meerkat family. These cute, furry creatures are popular with children. Their breeding programs have helped Taronga Zoo increase their population.

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