Taronga Western Plains ZooDubbo, NSW.
A 300 hectare open range sanctuary home to a wide variety of exotic and endangered animals including rhinos, giraffe, hippo, sumatran tigers and meerkats, to name a few. Visitors can explore the Zoo by car, electric cart, bike or on foot with plenty of free keeper presentations through the day. /images/marketplace/TWPZ_FORTHEWILD_Lockup_CMYK.jpg
Taronga Western Plains Zoo is a 300 hectare open range sanctuary home to a wide variety of exotic and endangered animals including Rhinos, Giraffe, Hippo, Sumatran Tigers and Meerkats to name a few. The Zoo has a 6 km sealed circuit that can be explored by car, electric cart, bike or on foot with bikes and electric carts available for hire. Free daily keeper talks are a great way to learn more about the Zoo’s animals as well as see them at feed time. Visitors can also book up close animal encounters ranging from feeding a Giraffe to one of the big cats!
For something special why not stay overnight at Zoofari Lodge or Billabong Camp for the ultimate wild adventure! Packages include accommodation, admission, meals and exclusive tours, for that unforgettable experience.
A free RV dump point is also conveniently located in the Zoo grounds along with ample parking for caravans and motor homes. Taronga Western Plains Zoo is located approximately four kilometres from Dubbo CBD in Central Western New South Wales. Tickets are valid for two consecutive days.