A day at the Taronga Zoo

I always find it enjoyable visiting zoos. It’s fun to see the animals. Not only that, I’m curious as to how they design around the animals. Opened in 1916, Taronga Zoo feels very new. You could very well say that it’s maintained, and they continue to make it better throughout the years.

Okay…that chicken wasn’t part of the African Safari. They had this portion which was a farm set-up. There were other animals too that freely roamed around that area.
Hungry? This could very well appease your hunger.
Another entrance for the Taronga Food Market
There are a lot of great views at this zoo. This one right here is a good spot to take photos of the Sydney Harbour Bridge.
Another good view of both the Sydney Opera House and Sydney Harbour Bridge

The Tiger Trek is a new attraction at this zoo when we visited. The line was a bit long for this one because they have this simulator where it “transports” you to Way Kambas National Park in Indonesia. Once inside, you’ll get to see one of the endangered Sumatran Tigers.

Of course, this visit wouldn’t be complete without seeing some of Australia’s well-loved animals. Yes, I’m talking about those kangaroos and koalas (that were asleep…so yeah, curled up photo of a koala up ahead). πŸ™‚

‘Twas a fun day at the zoo! I liked how not only is this a zoo but a wildlife conservation spot too. If you’re interested to visit this one, you could get tickets on the day but to get a discount, it’s better to get it online. We got ours online, and the ticketing system was fast and easy.

So if you’re heading out to this side of NSW, make sure to give this zoo a visit. Perfect for families, I’m sure you’ll have a grand time seeing the sights this place has to offer. πŸ™‚

Taronga Zoo
Bradleys Head Road,
Mosman, New South Wales
Official website:Β Β https://taronga.org.au/taronga-zoo
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