Melbourne Zoo

Melbourne Zoo, which was recently named Australia's best zoo in a survey of overseas tourists, is also the country's oldest, having opened its doors in 1862.

Lone Pine Sanctuary

Brisbane's central business district is 12 kilometres away from Lone Pine. Although this can be driven, those using public transportation should use the 430 or 445 bus.

Australia Zoo

Australia Zoo, which was first established by television legend and the nation's favourite Crocodile Hunter Steve Irwin, is an additional alternative in Queensland. The

Dubbo Western Plains Zoo

Visit the Western Plains in Dubbo to get a flavour of the African plains. The cages of Dubbo Zoo are opulent when compared to those at other Australian zoos.

Phillip Island Nature Park

Although penguins may not be the first animal that comes to mind when thinking of Australia, it is possible to see the little creatures around the southern shores.

Adelaide Zoo

Adelaide Zoo is the oldest attraction of its sort in Australia, second only to Melbourne Zoo.

Hunter Valley Zoo

The Hunter Valley Zoo, which is situated in one of Australia's most popular wine districts, is a deserving diversion from vineyard tours and wine tastings.

Sydney Taronga Zoo

Sydney's Taronga Zoo, which opened in 1916 and is located in Mosman, provides visitors with a jam-packed day.

Werribee Open Range Zoo

Werribee Zoo, like Dubbo Zoo, provides its residents with a lot more room than the typical zoo.

Busselton Jetty

One of Australia's more distinctive marine "zoos" is located around 220 kilometres south-west of Perth.