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  •  Activities
  •  Sydney
  •  Sydney Taronga Zoo Entry Ticket

Sydney Taronga Zoo Entry Ticket

Taronga Zoo Sydney

  • Sydney
  • Flexible. Up to 2 hours
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Standard Inclusions

  • General entry to Taronga Zoo Sydney, attraction opens daily.
  • 【Conditions of entry】 All entries must be pre-booked.
  • In Autumn & Winter (1 May - 31 August), attraction opens 9:30am - 4:30pm, last entry 4pm.
  • In Spring & Summer (1 September - 30 April), attraction opens 9:30am - 5pm, last entry 4:30pm.
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1 Key Facts


  • General entry to Taronga Zoo Sydney, attraction opens daily.
  • 【Conditions of entry】 All entries must be pre-booked.
  • In Autumn & Winter (1 May - 31 August), attraction opens 9:30am - 4:30pm, last entry 4pm.
  • In Spring & Summer (1 September - 30 April), attraction opens 9:30am - 5pm, last entry 4:30pm.

Not included

  • 1. Ferry from/to Taronga Zoo
  • 2. Transport from/to hotel
  • 3. Food & beverages not listed as Inclusions
  • 4. Souvenirs
  • 5. Travel Insurance
Destination Sydney
Address Bradleys Head Rd, Mosman NSW 2088 Australia
How to get there ● By Ferry
The Zoo is located just 12 minutes from Circular Quay by ferry. Refer to Sydney Ferries website for a current timetable.

● By Car
Parking is available at the Zoo. Entry to the car park is from Bradleys Head Road. The car park day rate is $18. (Price is reference only, and subject to change without notice)
Operating hours
Winter (May - August) 09:30 - 16:30
Summer (September - April) 09:30 - 17:00
New Years Eve (31 December) 09:30 - 16:00
What to bring/wear ● Guests aged 16 years and older must provide proof of Covid-19 vaccination or medical exemption documentation upon entry.
● Appropriate clothing for all weather conditions, eg. jacket for cooler months.
● Comfortable enclosed walking shoes
● Protective clothing, hat, sunscreen lotion, and sunglasses
● Water bottle, Snacks
● Umbrella / raincoat if rains
● Insect repellent
● Camera
● Money / credit card for optional purchases
Other info ● The Sky Safari retired on Tuesday 31 January 2023. This experience is currently closed as the zoo planning to build a new and more accessible cable car experience for guests.

● Taronga and Taronga Western Plains has the authority to close the Zoo or any part there of, including any animal exhibit (animals off display) or presentations, at any time for reasons of adverse weather, equipment failure, maintenance and construction, or in the interests of safety and will not be liable for any loss or expense incurred by a guest as the result of such closure. Please check with the Service Provider for updated information before purchasing.

● Taronga Zoo Sydney and Taronga Western Plains Zoo Dubbo is a smoke-free site. Smoking is prohibited in all zoo buildings, vehicles and out door areas. Guests who do not comply may be removed.

● There will be no refunds or rain checks due to inclement weather or animals resting or animals sleeping.

● Children must be supervised by an accompanying adult at all times.

● A guest is not permitted to bring into the Zoo any animal; animal costume; ball; balloon; bicycle (Taronga Zoo), scooter, skateboard, roller blades or similar apparatus; alcohol or illegal substance.

● A guest is not permitted to use any audio equipment or musical instrument at a volume likely to disturb any animal; or behave in a manner that is likely to cause offence or disruption to other guests.

● A guest is not permitted to touch or interfere with any animal or vegetation; remove or disturb any rock, stone, sand or similar substance; feed any animal; throw any object; climb on, damage or deface any structure or sign; light any fire; or litter.

● More information can be found:

2 Overview

Visit Sydney's famous Taronga Zoo, home to over 4000 animals, to encounter native Australian wildlife and creatures from all over the world. Admission includes free presentations and keeper talks. Just 12 minutes from the city by ferry, Taronga Zoo has breathtaking views of Sydney Harbour that should not be missed.
*The Sky Safari retired on Tuesday 31 January 2023.

Taronga Zoo

Our Animals
  • Sumatran Tigers
  • Asian Elephants
  • Chimpanzees
  • Giraffe
  • Meerkats
  • Gorillas
  • Red Kangaroo
  • Koalas
  • Tree Kangaroos
  • Sun Bears
  • Regent Honeyeaters
  • Southern Corroboree Frogs


Talks & Presentations (Included with Entry Ticket)

Reference Only. Subject to change without notice.

Time Name Details
10:40 Giraffe keeper talk Did you know that giraffes can see up to 2 kilometres into the distance? The expert Keepers will introduce you to these gentle giants, and tell you what makes them wonderfully unique.
11:00 Komodo Dragon keeper talk The powerful Komodo Dragon is the largest lizard on the planet, they can swim 300 metres and did we mention they're venomous?!
11:30 Meerkat keeper talk Whether absorbing the warmth of the sun, on the lookout for hungry predators or furiously digging for food, meerkats lead a busy life in the African desert.
12:00 / 15:00 Free-flight Birds Have you ever seen an Andean Condor spread its three-metre wide wings? Learn about the condor and other exotic birds such as the Red-tailed Black-Cockatoo and Galah, as they fly against the iconic Sydney Harbour skyline.
13:45 Asian Elephant keeper talk Ecological engineers, elephants play a huge role in the forest and are the heartbeat of Asia.
14:00 Farmyard keeper talk Did you know that the alpaca's padded hooves make for less compaction on soil, which is better for the environment? In this kid-friendly session, you'll meet alpacas, goats, sheep and chickens, and learn about how we work towards sustainable farming.
14:30 Gorilla keeper talk Gorillas may be the largest primates in the world but they are quiet and peaceful too! 
14:30 Koala keeper talk 18 to 20 hours a day - that's how long a koala sleeps. Find out why from our expert Keepers, as you watch our cuddly marsupials resting in the exhibit's eucalyptus trees.

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Cancellation Policy

All sales are final and incur 100% cancellation penalties.

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