OVERVIEW: Travel just 60 minutes for the ultimate zoo experience made famous by the late "Crocodile Hunter," Steve Irwin. HIGHLIGHTS: See native Australian wildlife in enclosures and at shows. Opportunities to hand-feed animals, including kangaroos and elephants. NOTES: Entrance fee is not included. Walking is at guests' discretion.
Travel just 60 minutes for the ultimate zoo experience made famous by the late “Crocodile Hunter,” Steve Irwin.
See native Australian wildlife in enclosures and at shows. Opportunities to hand-feed animals, including kangaroos.
The wildlife documentary series, “The Crocodile Hunter,” made the late Steve Irwin a household name around the world – and transformed his Australia Zoo into a popular tourist attraction. Owned by his widow Terri Irwin, the zoo is managed and operated by a team of passionate wildlife experts. Visitors can stroll around the exhibits, see wildlife shows and get up close to incredible creatures at feedings, photo opportunities and in the hands of roving wildlife teams, among other interactive experiences.
What to Bring:
-SeaPass card and photo identification
- Camera and Australian Currency for shopping and entrance to the Zoo
What to Wear:
-Comfortable, covered walking shoes
-Walking is entirely at guests' discretion
-Entry fees are not included.