Melbourne Zoo

"Wominjeka Means welcome in the language of the Wurundjeri people, the traditional owners of this land"

The Royal Melbourne Zoo, has more than 320 animal species from Australia and around the world. The zoo is 4 kilometres north of Melbourne's CBD

Address: Elliott Ave, Parkville VIC 3052

Opened: 6 October 1862

Area: 22 ha

Hours:

Open today · 9am–5pm

Phone: 1300 966 784

Melbourne zoo is a journey through a world of wildlife in the heart of the city, that is a non for profit organisation fighting wildlife extinction. This is done through various programs for threatened species and also by working with the public to reduce the unfortunate threats facing endangered wildlife.

A great day out for the family of the individual alike who is a lover for the natural world, with easy access from the CBD via a short Tram or train ride. Situated at Royal Park, Melbourne's inner northern suburbs.

Your Wildlife highlights include:

Lemur island, Lion Gorge, Elephant Trail, Orang Utan Sanctuary and of course the Meerkats are always a favourite - plus many more

If you are already a member of one of Australia's big 5 Zoo's, you will then gain access through these zoo's and maybe other associated zoos. So a great way to support wildlife by signing up to be a member today...

For more information on Melbourne Zoo please visit: https://www.zoo.org.au/melbourne

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