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Where is the Australia Zoo on the Sunshine Coast?

Australia Zoo – The Ultimate Wildlife Adventure Located an hour north of Brisbane on Queensland’s Sunshine Coast, Australia Zoo has a team of passionate conservationists working around-the-clock to deliver animal experiences like no other.

When did the Australian zoo open to the public?

Australia Zoo was opened by Bob and Lyn Irwin on 3 June 1970 under the name Beerwah Reptile and Fauna Park.

How big is the stadium at the Australia Zoo?

The ‘Mount Franklin Crocoseum’ ` stadium at the zoo has a seating capacity of about 5000. At the time of its construction, it was the first in the world where snake, bird and crocodile shows were conducted. Australia Zoo calls these shows ‘Wildlife Warriors 101’.

When did Bindi’s Island Open at Australia Zoo?

Opened beside the Africa exhibit in December 2014 and named after Steve’s daughter, Bindi’s Island is a three-story “treehouse” built around a replica fig tree. It offers panoramic views of Australia Zoo, including the adjacent lemur island. Crikey!

What’s the name of the show at the Australia Zoo?

Australia Zoo calls this the ‘Australia Zoo Wildlife Warriors Show’. This is also where the zoo presents concerts, such as the Summer Down Under series. On 17 September 2011, the zoo opened its African Safari exhibit, a multi-species replica of the Serengeti ecosystem, showcasing zebras, rhinos, and giraffes interacting as they would in the wild.

Where is the Taronga Zoo in Sydney Australia?

The Zoo Taronga Conservation Society Australia is situated in Mosman, a beautiful harbourside suburb of Sydney, New South Wales, where visitors can see over 5,000 animals from 350 species, many of which are endangered. Please scroll down to view the location of the Taronga Zoo Sydney on the map.

How many animals can you see at Australia Zoo?

Visit us at Australia Zoo to see over 1,200 animals including those found in our African Savannah, South-East Asia exhibit and Bindi’s Island – as well as the original part of the zoo with all your Aussie favourites! When you visit Australia Zoo, you are making a difference to the conservation of wildlife.