Great place for a family day out ... food was good at cafe ... lots of walking in the sun .. great for kids ... animals in nice enclosures
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Hadn't been to the zoo for some years and was disappointed that you had to walk quite some distance in between the animals. We especially wanted to see the monkeys, elephants, giraffes, lions and rhinocerus's. Viewing areas are very limited, saw the back of the...More
We had a lovely day at the Perth Zoo with my kids (aged 7 and 4). Friends were surprised that we would go to the Perth Zoo as we're from Singapore with the world famous Singapore Zoo, but actually, the Perth Zoo worked really well...More
A zoo keeping animals ,away from the natural habitat, and at the same time strongly promoting conservation. Newborn orangutan is release back to their habitat? ( By 1 hour flight?)What a smart strategy! But it doesn't work for me. Contradicting objectives. If conservation is your...More
Had a lovely couple of hours at the zoo seeing a variety of animals in enclosures that seemed very good for each of them. Beautiful gardens around the grounds which made for a pleasant walk between the enclosures. All the animals seemed content in their...More
Great location, all exhibits were well sign posted, a very enjoyable day out. Animals all appeared well cared for and content. Would recommend good for anyone to visit.
Smaller zoo; but still packs a punch. Well priced ; even if it was raining exhibits were under shelter ( tree foliage, covers ) so was not a problem. Have been on a safari in Kenya so was impressed. Have recommended to family and friends...More
We appreciated this zoo. It has excellent exhibits that include a lot of interesting and excellent conservation science. We were there late in the day and some of the smaller animals were in bed, but they have many interesting and very rare Austrlalian animals. The...More
Perth zoo is great in that you can see almost all of it within about 4 hours. It isn't too daunting for the little ones and most of the animals are out and about. We always go to the Savannah first as there isn't much...More