Sydney Zoo is located in the suburb of Bungarribee in Western Sydney. Opened in 2019, Sydney Zoo offers visitors an opportunity to view a wide range of wildlife from across Australia and around the world.
Spread across 16 acres, visitors can expect to find areas dedicated to primates, African and Asian species, native animals, a small aquarium and an indoor area focused on reptiles and nocturnal animals. Enclosures are spacious and well maintained, allowing animals to roam freely in a comfortable environment.
The Meerkats are undoubtedly one of the park’s main attractions and can be found across two separate enclosures within the park. The elevated walkway that runs through the African section is also one of the park’s highlights, allowing visitors to observe the enclosures from a unique perspective.
Located 33 kilometres from Sydney’s CBD, there are a number of ways visitors can reach Sydney Zoo. Buses service Sydney Zoo from Blacktown and Mount Druitt Stations whilst visitors who choose to drive can take advantage of the ample and free onsite parking.