Wild Life Sydney Zoo is an indoor zoo located in the Darling Harbour, adjacent to the Sea Life Sydney Aquarium. There are nine pavilions at Wild Life Sydney Zoo, where you can see not only Australia's well-known koalas and kangaroos, but also cute but cruel Tasmanian devils, huge saltwater crocodiles, and lizards with unique characters. Of course, in addition to viewing from a distance, you can also have some "close contact" with animals.
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Close contact with Australian animals in the center of Sydney
This is a small zoo, 90 / person online tickets are very cheap, you can go directly to the QR code. Going into the discovery is an indoor zoo, even if the sun is not in the sun, it will not dry, the outside wind will not be cold, the temperature is appropriate. The zoo has a Chinese introduction and you can walk slowly. The hustle and bustle here are super cute, and there are some facilities outside to see them at close range. We were lucky this day, and we met a temperate and cheerful koala. It was a happy life! It is highly recommended to spend a lot of time in Sydney, and make the most of your time!
There are two more famous zoos in Sydney, one is the Taranga Zoo and the other is the Safari Park. The former is located on a small hill on the north shore of Sydney and is a mountain-style zoo. The area is larger than the zoo in the city, and many Australian animals such as koalas, kangaroos, platypus, Tasmanian devils and other penguins can be found here. The advantage of this zoo is its location. The giraffe park at the zoo overlooks the entire Sydney Harbour, and the iconic buildings of the Sydney Opera House and the Harbour Bridge are all in sight.
The latter's garden has more than 1 km of glass-enclosed trails. It is the largest indoor wildlife park in the world, suitable for tourists who do not want to enjoy the sun in the summer and rain in the rain. The day we went to the zoo was just rainy and rainy, so the safari park became our best choice.
[Tickets 40 knives, UnionPay spending 40% off. (If the offer is over, I suggest you buy it at the intermediary website is more cost-effective) and the koala takes another 20 knives. With a special person to accompany, the service level is great!
[Reminder, all Australia can not touch outside Queensland, otherwise it is illegal, so remember to control the mail!
[All day there are animal feeding and performance activities, it is best to understand the time schedule of the zoo before the admission, so as not to miss the close-range explanation, kangaroo and other links.
[night animal area is forbidden to flash, please follow the rules!
When interacting with the kangaroo, each person touches and takes a photo for about half a minute. You can ask the guide to help take a photo. If you don't shoot for the first time, you will queue up again and wait for the next time.
The last activity was to take a photo with Koala~
The little brother who served us was very patient and thoughtful, and in addition to taking the initiative to introduce, we also continually answered all kinds of questions. What emerged from his eyes was the love and pity of the little animals. His eyes were gentle and drunk.