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Perth Zoo

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Located just minutes from Perth City, Perth Zoo is a convenient and beautiful way to meet Australia's incredible wildlife. Ever wanted to immerse yourself in the Aussie outback but have Asia's stunning rainforests and Africa's wild savannah right...more
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20 Labouchere Rd, South Perth, Western Australia 6151, Australia
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Reviewed 3 days ago

Soon first arrival I was excited, 62 years and never been to a zoo. Then I became sad, the perth zoo maze is not so amazing. The sadness of the animals, looking so hot with minimal water around them and shady spots. A lot of...More

Date of experience: December 2018
Thank Brock P
Reviewed 4 days ago

Not too big, but lots of paths and animal exhibits. A short walk from the ferry from Q. E. Quay to S. Perth (if you crossed from Perth), the zoo has all the usual Aussie suspects, plus many birds and a very nice orang-utang enclosure....More

Date of experience: January 2019
Thank Mogarian
Reviewed 6 days ago via mobile

Peaceful, relaxing and beautiful. Well worth a visit. Any day you receive a discount on the entrance fee, if you have an HCC or PCC or DSP card. Highly recommend.

Date of experience: January 2019
Thank Greencoral
Reviewed 6 days ago via mobile

Very dissapointing for us Im afraid. We thought there would be nore animals. No koalas and the crocodile has died. We actually saw very little as every ajimal seemed to be sleeping out the back so Id definitely zay so visit mid day. Perhaps early...More

Date of experience: January 2019
Thank E3267JLkarenc
Reviewed 1 week ago via mobile

Zoo is on the smaller size which is perfect for those with kids or if you are wanting to take your time and still get to see the whole zoo. The eye to eye experiences are well and truely worth the money and the staff/volunteers...More

Date of experience: January 2019
Thank Kathrine L
Reviewed 1 week ago via mobile

We popped in just to be nosey as we're very much into saving wild life and conservation and found the zoo interesting and lightly informative but feel they could've made more of a noise about their programmes for the animals. That said a great day...More

Date of experience: January 2019
Thank John27k
Reviewed 1 week ago via mobile

Thoroughly enjoyed our visit to the zoo. It was a hot day but the zoo has a great shade canopy which makes it really cool. There are lots of activities to do throughout the day and many different things to see and do. Plenty of...More

Date of experience: January 2019
Thank 276Karen
Reviewed 2 weeks ago via mobile

We have been members with our young boys for over a year now at the zoo and we love it every time. The dinosaurs over the last few months have been a real asset, will be a great shame to see them go! It is...More

Date of experience: December 2018
Thank Cameron H
Reviewed 2 weeks ago via mobile

Really well laid out , spotlessly clean and well maintained . Meandering tree and shrub shaded walks are interlaced with the animal locations . You will see rhinos , giraffes , elephants, lions , tigers , monkeys , orangutans, snakes , birds . Plenty of...More

Date of experience: January 2019
Thank mlb186643
Reviewed 3 weeks ago via mobile

I really enjoyed the talks with with zoo keepers. If you did all the talks you could nearly see the whole zoo in that time. Recommend taking at least 5 hrs to see everything. The ground were really well presented, heaps of toilet and water...More

Date of experience: December 2018
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Dm1407
July 29, 2018|
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Response from Wendy P | Reviewed this property |
You can buy food and drinks there, but cheaper to take picnic, beautiful lawned area and picnic tables around edge of lawned area
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Lovely2018
March 4, 2018|
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Vivian L
September 25, 2017|
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Response from Geordie112 | Reviewed this property |
Hi. You are not allowed to feed the animals in Perth Zoo. But it is a fantastic place to visit. Well worth going. But go to Caversham Wildlife Park to interact with animals. Well worth a visit. Enjoy.
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WK Liew
Petaling Jaya, Malaysia
Need some input on my trip itinerary (23 Replies)
Hi, I'm planning a family trip to Perth Nov this year. There are 6 adults and 2 kids (aged 4 and 1) for this trip. We will be staying in Duke's Apartment, Wellington Street. This is the itinerary I have planned : Day 1 : ETA around 3pm Day 2 : City Tour King's Park Day 3 : Freemantle Chinatown Burswood Casino Day 4 : Perth Zoo Swan River Day 5 : Leave for home For Day 1, any suggestion where we can go after we checked into our apartment? Any place nearby where we...More
October 02, 2008|
Response fromhowzatperth|
Your itinerary is good. Drakes apartments are located in South Perth. Plenty of cafes etc in that area to eat. Maybe get fish and chips to take away and sit on the foreshore andwatch the city lights. Its very beautiful. (don't forget insect repellant). If you can move Fremantle to a Friday or Saturday then the markets will be open. Also there is a big park in Freo where the kids can runa and play. On weekends their is a little merry go round and bouncy castle set up for the kiddies. ...More
Worldwide_1983_1984
Perth, Australia
One day trip in Perth! (1 Replies)
Hi all I've recently moved to Perth, 2 weeks ago and we've been so busy getting our new home organised and starting work that we haven't seen much around us. So we (just myself and my husband) want to do a day trip this Sunday. We have our own car an are living in the joondalup area but are prepared to drive anywhere. Priority would be to see kangaroos in wild or in a national park. Possible suggestions I have are: Cohunu/ caversham/ the maze/ Yanchep park. Not interested in going to...More
September 03, 2011|
Response fromleafygreen|
Hi and welcome to Perth! I like the idea of planing Sunday outings to check out your new home :) I really love Yanchep NP as a day trip as you can book a limestone cave tour when you arrive and then spend some time before or after (depending on when the tour is) visiting the koalas, cultural experience (I haven't done this yet), rowing on the lake (when there is enough water!), looking at the beautiful wildflowers, bushwalking, having a picnic on the grassy areas (or getting something from...More
Tiffany L
9D8N Family Trip to Perth - 1st time (12 Replies)
jus book tix to perth on 1st week of June. while planning, realised 4-Jun (Monday) is a public holiday in perth. any idea Caversham park & shops/tourist spots at Swan Valley are open on PH? my current plan: DAY1 - touch down, hang around perth city (king's park / hay street/ market street), park avenue to stock up some food to cook at apartment DAY2 - a day at fremantle DAY3 - Rottnest Island DAY4 - Caversham & Swan Valley DAY5 - Drive down to MR and will stop at Bunbury ...More
January 09, 2018|
Response fromJeanPerth|
Avoid the Margaret River region if possible on that long weekend as locals tend to go south so will be busier than usual. Lots of things will be open and they may be special events in Perth and Fremantle. Maybe not Department stores but this public holiday is not like Easter and Christmas. Don’t forget that many of the states wonderful attractions are free and always open- parks, River and beach front areas plus our terrific playgrounds. Just have the right clothes and you can usually get...More