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Adelaide Zoo, one of Adelaide's most iconic attractions, is home to more than 3,000 animals and 250 species of exotic and native mammals, birds, reptiles and fish exhibited over eight hectares of magnificent botanic surroundings. Situated next to...more
Hours Today: 9:30 AM - 5:00 PM
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Suggested duration: 2-3 hours
Frome Rd, Adelaide, South Australia 5000, Australia
All reviews giant pandas wang wang panda exhibit animal enclosures feeding times great family day behind the scenes southern hemisphere walk around city centre botanical gardens keeper lions gibbons tiger flamingo exhibits
We don't usually go to Zoos thinking that we don't want to see animals enclosed -we would rather see them in the wild but Adelaide Zoo has changed all that .The animals and birds were so well looked after and the message of conservation so...More
My main reason for travelling to the zoo was to see the pandas which I had the fun of viewing. Then there was the experience of all other aspects of the zoo. Following the schedule of timed events and feeding of animals is worthwhile.
In Adelaide for the weekend, we got our walk on through the botanical gardens, and decided to try the zoo.
What a great day, sure, some of the residents were a bit quiet, but still great adventure
My favourite- the hippo.
The Adelaide zoo is a favourite of ours with 2 young children it is a must do you can fill in the morning or afternoon or all day if you please. Everything about this zoo will make you want to come back again and again....More
Hubby and I with our overseas friends spent a good four hours wandering around the zoo, enjoying the sunshine and the animals.
The otters are my new favourite animals. I never knew they squeaked!
The lions were bored and sleepy. The male did roll over...More
First time visit to Adelaide Zoo was great. Get there early so you don’t miss out on the animals being fed. My daughter lived the pandas. Didn’t find it expensive for a day out. It did get rather hot there is a lovely playground with...More
A nice zoo with a diversity of animals in a landscaped setting. It wasn’t too crowded either even though it was school hols.
Some of the exhibits were a bit old, small and concrete-central but overall were pretty good. Maps and zoo signs could do...More
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you can purchase a card for Adelaide zoo. or Monarto zoo each or a 2 zoo pass which is cheaper than buying 2 separate zoo passes. I always say go first thing in the morning as it takes time to get all around the Adelaide... More
you can purchase a card for Adelaide zoo. or Monarto zoo each or a 2 zoo pass which is cheaper than buying 2 separate zoo passes. I always say go first thing in the morning as it takes time to get all around the Adelaide zoo. wear good comfortable shoes. spring is the best time of year to go for our weather but if going in summer definitely in the morning for your own comfort and the animals as well.