Sydney Taronga Park Zoo
Taronga Park Zoo is one of Australia's leading zoological garden. It is situated on elevated land next to Sydney harbour waterfront on Bradleys Head in the suburb of Mosman.
Taronga Park Zoo was officially opened on the 7th October 1916. Today Toranga Park Zoo is a home to over 2,600 animals of over 340 different species.
Sydney Taronga Park Zoo has one of the finest collections of many native animals and some of the most amazing exotic species.
All animals live in a large variety of custom made exhibits to suit their habitat. Make sure that you take your camera with you as you can capture many great and unique images of some of the really amazing species living in Sydney Taronga Park Zoo today.
For many tourists the preferred mode of entry to Sydney Taronga Park Zoo is by catching a public ferry from Circular Quay. It is a major Sydney transport hub located on the northern edge of the Sydney central business district on Sydney Cove between Bennelong Point and The Rocks.
Parking at Sydney Taronga Park Zoo
Parking is available at the Sydney Taronga Park Zoo. Entry to the car park is from Bradleys Head Road. The first 90 minutes is free and there after a day-rate of $17 is payable.
General Enquiries: (02) 9969 2777
Tourism: (02) 9978 4782
Open daily from 9am to 5pm (including Christmas Day)