"Taronga Zoo" Taronga Zoo Tip by martin_nl

Taronga Zoo, Sydney: 96 reviews and 199 photos

  Koala in Taronga Zoo
by martin_nl

Taronga Zoo is a great zoo. It is situated at the north shore of Sydney. You have to take the ferry to get there from Circular Quay. Once on the other side of the harbour you can either decide to walk to the top, since the zoo is built on a hill, or you can take the chair lift, which is much more relaxing and exciting too.

Once at the top you can explore your way from there. A lot of the animals in the zoo are native australian animals. At the entrance you can immediately see some koalas for example. To get really close to them you can pay 3 dollars, which I thought was really worth it. On to the kangaroos, platypuses, emus etc. So much to see in this zoo, that also has a great view over Sydney's Harbour Bridge and Opera House.

A good tip is that you can buy a ticket at the Circular Quay ferry terminal which includes a return ferry trip to the zoo and entrance to the
zoo for only 31 dollars.

Directions: Take the ferry from Circular Quay to the Zoo.
Phone: 0299692777
Website: http://taronga.org.au/taronga-zoo

Review Helpfulness: 4.5 out of 5 stars

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  • Written Jan 19, 2004
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