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Thanks for this unique shot by @crocodilehunta! Who knows the key differences between the Western Grey Kangaroo and the Red Kangarooo?
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Snack time! Kookaburras are carnivores, which means their diet consists of animals such as insects, frogs and worms. #Kookaburra #ZooFacts
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Dingo kisses! Check out the special bond shared between our Dingo brother and sister and Keeper Kristy. Dingos arrived in Australia around 4,000 years ago. Research indicates they may be the world’s oldest breed of dog! #ZooFacts
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How perfect was the timing for this Tiger shot by @danielbedford? There are now estimated to be fewer than 400 Sumatran Tigers left in the wild. #EndExtinction
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Tricia prefers a frisbee over a rubber duckie at bathtime with Keeper Claire! #AnimalEnrichment
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See video of native water rats released into the wild @awconservancy as part of @PerthZoo’s Urban Renewal program. http://ht.ly/IMB3X
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We love it that the Asian Elephant girls get stuck in & help us weed the gardens on their morning walks. Did you know that Perth Zoo has an extensive botanical collection, including many rare floral gems?!
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“How YOU doin’?” The Nepalese Red Panda may not be very good at winking, but they have a false thumb on each hand which helps them to hold onto bamboo stems and have partially retractable claws which help them to climb.
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Group Hug! Meerkats live in large social groups of up to 30 members. Thanks @millefleurs13 for this shot! #MeerkatHuddle
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Happy Valentines Day. Did you know Otters pair for life? #OtterKisses
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Gorgeous photo of orangutan Lestari, who is the super-independent almost-three year-old first born of Pulang, image by @prettyyoungthing!
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Check out our Grant’s Zebra duo enjoying a morning drink at their water-hole. They may look cute and innocent, but they have a powerful kick that can cause serious injury to a predator!
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20 Labouchere Rd South Perth WA 6151 Australia
20 Labouchere RoadAUWestern AustraliaSouth Perth6151
+61 8 9474 0444perthzoo.wa.gov.au
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Perth Zoo is one of the world's leading conservation zoos, supporting local, regional and international projects designed to conserve species in the wild. At more than 100-years-old, it is a West Australian icon. The Zoo is one of Perth's top tourist attractions and is visited by over 600,000 people each year.
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Matt Lynch
a week ago
Lovely gardens, well designed enclosures, and great to see such a range of wildlife. I always love getting down to the zoo. Need a few hours at least to be able to get around. Pack a picnic lunch to save $
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Shel Samatua
3 months ago
We enjoyed our first visit to Perth Zoo. It was an unplanned visit and we went around midday but managed to make our way around the entire grounds before closing (5 pm). We got to see most animals, a few enclosures we're shut off and a lot of animals kept under the shade due to this crazy perth weather we have here in summer which was a little bit of a downer as they weren't really active and hidden away but still it was a day well spent walking around with our little man . The orangutan enclosure, I'd say would have to be the best. It is definitely more upgraded than the rest of the animal enclosures. They have a huge section with obstacles and huge posts for them to climb. You could tell there was a lot of time and money spent in this particular area. It was quite impressive. I would like to see more improvement on other animal sections too though. I'd have to say the thing that bugged me the most about Perth Zoo would be the directions and signs to finding your way around, they're not really as clear as other zoos I have visited and can be a bit of a mission getting around and making sure you see all the animal/enclosures. Also, the african safari section tracks are a bit of a tight squeeze when its a busy day and are made up of what seemed to me dried up mud tracks, it can be a little bit bumpy with strollers. Parking was $5.00 for the whole day. I was OK with it, but would be better if it was free again like other zoos I have visited with my family. There aren't many spaces available in the car park too and had to do a few rounds looking for a spot. Next time I'll be going via ferry, or bus. Apart from that, I love the kids playgrounds and the fact that there are quite a few seating areas near by for parents to watch their little ones, the decent amount of vending machines and toilet facilities they have placed around the Zoo are great. They came in handy for the amount of walking you do and the carts you can hire for the kids for the day were quite neat and very popular. I believe the $27 we spent per person (adult, kids under 4 are free) was well spent. My son has been asking to go again so we will most likely be making another visit soon.
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Louise Youens
4 months ago
I have been to a lot of zoos, both within Australia and internationally, and Perth Zoo is definitely worth a visit. Beautiful grounds makes it well worth a day visit.
Doris Jones
3 months ago
It is AWSOME
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Leon M Scott
2 months ago
One of the best Australian Zoos i have ever stepped into. A good variety of fauna, excellent amenities and the kids loved it. Considering we went on the Teddy Bear picnic parking was good, fee excellent. Recommend a visit
Paul Blackburn
6 months ago
We loved it here. The price was good ($27 per adult), the animals looked happy enough with nice enclosures, and the guides were helpful and friendly. Plenty of free experiences, like talks and feedings, with a timetable for each so you know when and where to be. We took our own food to save money, so can't comment on restaurant prices. Not that they were open when we were there! Great day out, get yourself down to the zoo!
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Jericho Bullecer
11 months ago
not bad, liked the kangaroos and koalas, this zoo should have an animal show like in singapore zoo and also our $10 for giraffe feeding is wasted, the giraffe didnt come :(
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Robert Spencer
9 months ago
One on my favourite zoos. Good selection of animals, set in lovely gardens.