Absolutely loved this zoo. The layout is super easy to walk and it's all open. Hardly a cage in site. And the kiwis are so cute!! Would definitely return. And it was easy to get to right off the bus (number 18).
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Auckland Zoo while not huge but its still got the usual suspects in terms of Zoo Exhibits / Animals. With a big African section at the start which I really enjoyed and went back a few times. Its always nice going to a different zoo...More
To be able to photograph animals from all over the world is a wonderful experience for families, children, groups and all nationalities. I enjoyed the Nikon World Photographers Day spent at the zoo and the captures were amazing, the staff friendly and helpful,
The zoo has large area of development but this is done in sections so not too much disruption. Lots of different exhibits. Good parking
I feel fortunate to have taken my kids twice this week (we're Friends of the Zoo - annual pass). A fun and educative outdoor attraction. It is obvious the animals receive the best care and are offered appropriate stimulation. Enjoy!
A lovely little Zoo, nicely laid out in continents, showcasing animals from that part of the world and with interesting little journeys to walk along to each area. Lovely café, but make sure your food is hot. It sits under lamps and our fish and...More
The enclosures were big and open for the animals and for tourists to see and experience how the animals interact with each other. From monkeys to elephants to tigers to giraffe. I was very happy with my experience at the Zoo.
The zoo is quite small in comparison to others, but it is really well laid out and has an excellent variety of animals and interactive exhibits. MOTAT is also just around the corner so you can make a full day of it.
The zoo continues to improve and offer interest and entertainment in addition to just viewing the animals for little ones. A gradual upgrade seems to be going on, improving the display areas and providing the animals with what appears to be better better accomodation. The...More