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Went out to the zoo with an open mind and was impressed with the variety of animals that were in the zoo the variety of parrots was quite impressive as were the lions all animals looked in very good health (I am not a vet)
As members of the Melbourne Zoo, I can comfortably say this zoo is my absolute favorite and has exceeded any other zoo experience I've ever had.
The keepers and workers are so lovely and friendly, even the animals are heaps more engaging and I wish...More
This zoo is in the middle of no where but is quite a bit bigger than you realise. In amongst all the Australian fauna there's actual lions which seemed bizarre to me but you can get reasonably close to them compared to other zoos so...More
Fantastic to see the Tasmanian Devils up close. Make sure you time your visit with feeding time. I got there around 2 pm and saw the 3.30 feeding. The zoo was not crowded and the animals appeared very comfortable around people and in good condition...More
We visited the Tasmania Zoo today with our 4 year old daughter and had a great time. Highly recommend this place to visit especially if have small children. There are birds, monkeys, devils, wombats, lions, alligators, snakes, alpacas, emus, camel...to name but a few..My daughter's...More
I went to the zoo specfically to see the devils, but there is more here than just the devils, the zoo also has a fine collection of other things, including a lot of birds native to Australia and beyond. The lay out of the zoo...More
We arrived just prior to a small drizzle (unfortunate) but we still had a grand time. The zoo has many different exhibits of Australian animals along with many other "imports" from Africa and Asia. The animal pens are very humane and very thoughtfully displayed. It...More
We visited Tasmania Zoo on Good Friday 2017. It was an easy 30 minute drive from Launceston and well worth the visit. There was a lot to see, we particularly loved the Meerkats and Tasmania Devils.
We loved being able to feed some of the...More