Today's destination is Perth Zoo. We walk to the wharf and buy tickets for ferry + zoo in the port. There are not many people on board. Maybe it's raining, so we prefer to stay at home. The ferry came down and walked to the zoo for about 5 minutes. It was very close. At this time, the sun was shining. My heart was overjoyed. I hope good luck will follow us all the time. The zoo is very big. It's all local people who take their children to play. Many animals are unique to Australia. But because it's winter, most animals sleep under the infrared lamp. It's warm and comfortable. Have you ever seen white-skinned kangaroos? This is the first time I've seen a kangaroo that has been genetically altered by albinism. It's rare and I've seen it. The kangaroos here are very free, and they wander through the yard at will, jumping in front of you, and your presence does not prevent them from moving at all. From the kangaroo garden, it began to rain, the sun hid and refused to see us, and then thunder, and finally it rained cats and dogs, and thought it was over, we had to hide in the monkey house, accompanied by monkeys to shelter from the rain, monkeys are also reluctant to rain, one after another hide under the eaves.
Team tickets are quite inexpensive with school groups. The park is of moderate size and half a day is enough. There are many unique Australian animals in the park. Kangaroos and koalas can be seen in Australia Bushwalk, as well as some exotic birds. Inside the small black room venue are some unique Australian lizards, bats, hamsters and so on. Flash photography is not allowed. The ecological environment in the wetland area has been restored completely. There are giant crocodiles next door. It is estimated that the length of Yao Ming is 1.5 times and the width of Yao Ming is 2 times. If you're lucky, you'll have a chance to get in touch with pythons at the reptile venue when you meet a very kind old grandmother who sprayed disinfectant. Very humane, recommend this scenic spot!
Perth Zoo is the largest zoo in South Australia, where there are hundreds of unique Australian animals, of which Koala is naturally the star. In addition, there are many valuable birds here, such as macaws and so on. There are so many animals, which are very popular with children. There are many tourists here every day. If you don't come early, you may limit the flow.
Perth Zoo is much smaller than other zoos, but it's still worth visiting. Because the design here is very ingenious, full use of the layout of space, animals layers of development, there is a very fun to explore. And there are many kinds of animals, both native to Australia. There are also rare species from all over the world that are worth visiting.
Very worthwhile places to visit are crowded with tourists and beautiful scenery. There are also many kinds and quantities in the zoo.
Not bad. It's worth taking pictures with Koalas at close range.
Wow! I was so impressed with this zoo. You get up really close with a wide variety of animals from around the world. They are all housed in beautiful, spacious enclosures with lots of enrichment for them to enjoy. Keepers give frequent educational talks and kids can take part in up-close encounters. There are also great playgrounds for the kiddies and wide,grassy spaces perfect for picnics. I was particularly excited about the Australian Bushlands exhibit, where kangaroo and wallabies roam freely and the walk through aviaries (great for photography). The African Savannah is very well done, as is the Asian rainforest. I will definitely be going back! The only disappointing thing was the idiots feeding the marmosets bits of hot dog right under the sign that said "Feeding the marmosets will make them ill and could kill them". Ugh!
Boutique bright and lively. Try the shuttle ferry boat across the swan River and short historical trail walk to the zoo. The keepers have done a great job with lots to see squeezed into a small park. Google search "WA Achiever Perth Zoo". Media media hub page http://goo.gl/0E33rVBEST HASHTAGS #PerthZoo #VisitPerthWA #PerthAdventure #waTourism #waAchiever