Dubbo's Zoo is home to over 700 animals including exotic and endangered species such as Black Rhinoceros, Sumatran Tigers, Elephants and Giraffe which roam wide open spaces across 300 hectares of bushland.
ROAM / Dubbo's open range Zoo is widely recognised as Australia’s greatest which means you won’t notice the moats or barriers that keep you separate from our magnificent wildlife. As you travel the Zoo’s 6km circuit by bike, electric cart, private car or on foot you will encounter animals hailing from each corner of the globe, however you will also find yourself immersed in the great Australian bush, teaming with native wildlife.
ENTRY / Tickets to the Zoo in Dubbo are valid for two consecutive days, which will provide you with ample time to explore all that is on offer. A full schedule of free daily keeper presentations is provided at the Zoo as well as a variety of animal encounters and behind the scenes experiences such as a Big Cat Encounter, Giraffes in Focus and the Early Morning Walk in addition to Zoo admission.
STAY / For something totally unique stay overnight at the Zoo and experience Zoofari Lodge or Roar and Snore.
FREE ACCESS / The Savannah Visitor Plaza and free access area provides a preview to the Zoo with free viewing of the Primate islands, the Safari Park Children’s playground, information services along with food and beverage and souvenirs, it is the perfect place to start your Zoo experience.
LOCATION / Taronga Western Plains Zoo is located on Obley Road just off the Newell Highway.
OPENING HOURS / The Zoo is open every day of the year from 9am – 4pm with last entry to the Zoo circuit at 3pm.
For more information about the Zoo contact 02 6881 1400 or visit www.taronga.org.au