For suburban folk, the wildest thing they usually come across is someone walking their rabbit to the shops or a dog with a perm in a zebra-pattern fleece coat. Take a walk on the real wild side with today’s Groupon for Australia Zoo, Beerwah:
$31.50 for one child aged 3-14 years (total value up to $35)
$42.30 for one pensioner or student (total value up to $47)
$53.10 for one adult (total value up to $59)
$154.80 for two adults and two children (total value up to $172)
$170.10 for two adults and three children (total value up to $189)
$45.90 for one child aged 3-14 years (total value up to $51)
$62.10 for one pensioner or student (total value up to $69)
$78.30 for one adult (total value up to $87)
$232.20 for two adults and two children (total value up to $258)
$255.15 for two adults and three children (total value up to $283.50)
- Groupon exclusive offer to this world-famous attraction
- Kids under 3 FREE
- Watch as the Zoo is transformed into a winter wonderland during the 2016 June/July school holidays to celebrate the launch of Ice Age 5: Collision Course
- Make the most of Australia Zoo’s very own Ice Age with real snow and toboggan rides daily
- Winner of TripAdvisor’s Travellers’ Choice™ 2014 Award
- Visit the home of over 1,200 animals and the much-loved and admired Irwin family
- Watch a saltwater crocodile launch from the water in the world-famous Crocoseum’s Wildlife Warriors show, plus live shows including birds, tigers, otters, snakes and more
- See giraffes, white rhinos and zebras interact as they would in the wild in the African Savannah, Queensland’s only multi-species exhibit
- Get up close to majestic Sumatran and Bengal Tigers at the Tiger Temple
- For a true Aussie adventure, feed a kangaroo, pat a cuddly koala, and see wombats, echidnas, Tasmanian Devils - just to name a few!
- Meet roving animals throughout the day including baby alligators and talking cockatoos
Exclusive bonuses for Groupon customers:
- Buy one get one free 6x8 Roving Wildlife Photo, valued at $14.95
- Receive 15% off at the Australiana Gift Shop
Ice Age at Australia Zoo
Watch as Australia Zoo is transformed into a winter wonderland during the 2016 June/July school holidays (25 June to 10 July 2016) to celebrate the launch of Ice Age 5: Collision Course. Thanks to a partnership with 20th Century Fox and Visit Sunshine Coast, the normally sunny and mild Australia Zoo will take on a distinctly chilly feel, with a wide variety of snow related themes incorporated into the Park’s daily activities including toboggan rides, snowball activities and more. Embrace the colder weather and celebrate the change of seasons. Snow on the Sunshine Coast you say? Absolutely. Find out more at www.australiazoo.com
Groupies can tick Australia Zoo off their bucket list with their choice of one or two-day entry and a slew of included discounts. Take a walk on the wild side with a visit to the zoo’s three themed exhibits, including the home of Sumantran and Bengal tigers, the Tiger Temple. For a truly African experience, the open-plain savannah allows visitors to watch giraffes, zebras and rhinos interact together as they would in the wild - the only exhibition of its kind in Queensland. No visit is complete without experiencing the Crocoseum, one of Steve Irwin’s dreams made into reality. The croc shows are a favourite among visitors, and show how the prehistoric reptiles behave in the wild.
Included in your entry are various zoo discounts that ensure you’ll remember this once-in-a-lifetime experience for years to come. Be sun-safe and stylish by buying two Australian Zoo hats and receiving one for free. Buy a 6 x 8” Roving Wildlife photo, and receive another for free, or purchase a full-priced studio photo to receive another half price. The icing on the cake is 15% off purchases made at the Australiana Gift Shop. Crikey!
Open exhibits and live show times may be subject to change.
A treasure adored by all Australians, Australia Zoo is the result of the unwavering passion, hard work and vision of Steve Irwin and his family. Terri, Bindi and Robert Irwin continue Steve’s legacy at the Zoo with its extensive animal displays and conservation efforts. The zoo is home to over 1,200 animals, both Australian critters and exotic creatures ranging from crocs and koalas, to tigers, white rhinos, zebras and giraffes. The animal exhibits are world class, and were designed by Steve Irwin himself. Not only do the enclosures allow visitors to experience the wildlife up close, they replicate their habitat in the wild as closely as possible, providing ample space and enrichment to ensure the optimum comfort and wellbeing of the animals.
Australia Zoo is also a proud advocate for wildlife and wilderness conservation through a variety of projects both in Australia and overseas. The passionate team of conservationists work to secure a future for many endangered animals such as crocodiles, tigers, elephants, cheetah and rhinoceros. The Australia Zoo Wildlife Hospital is one of their key projects in Australia. Funded by their charity Wildlife Warriors and located adjacent to Australia Zoo, this is a 24/7 wildlife hospital that has treated over 53,000 native animals in its ten year history.
Australia Zoo also offers a ‘Zoo Keeper for a Day’ program each school holidays to educate children between 7-15 and get them up close and personal with a range of animals, encouraging love, curiosity and respect for wildlife from a young age.
The combination of the Zoo’s projects, events, initiatives and programs ensure the vision of Steve Irwin and his family will continue to be realised for years to come.
Ratings & Reviews
It's a top rate major attraction....allow a lot of time to stroll around, and being able to interact with kangaroos etc. very well presented with great settings, animals in excellent condition, and very helpful staff. Very good huge sheltered food court in the shade with something for everyone...
Peter F, TripAdvisor, Oct 2014
Huge and extraordinary - two great adjectives to describe this zoo. You can tell from the moment you walk through the gates that Steve Irwin truly cared about all animal life. The enclosures are quite spacious, moreso than I've seen at other zoo parks. There is a huge array of various animals from all over the world...
galina26, TrueLocal, Mar 2014
Details verified 10/10/2014
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