Australian Wildlife

List of Australian Zoos & Wildlife Sanctuaries, New South Wales

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Australian Reptile Park And Wildlife Sanctuary
The Australian Reptile Park and Wildlife Sanctuary was established in 1948 by Australian naturalist Eric Worrell. It is located at Somersby on New South Wales Central Coast, about an hour drive north of Sydney, situated in a bushland setting with... Click to continue>
Birdland Animal Park
Batemans Bay
Birdland Animal Park is a small but well presented wildlife park in Batemans Bay in New South Wales. The park has over fifty species of Australian native animals, birds and reptiles in a lush garden setting on eight acres of waterfront. Australian... Click to continue>
Blackbutt Reserve
Blackbutt Reserve is set on about 182 hectares of land just 6km from the centre of the city of Newcastle in New South Wales. It provides a bushland recreational area for visitors as well as running various environmental education, conservation and... Click to continue>
Featherdale Wildlife Park
At Featherdale Wildlife Park, you can enjoy Australia's unique wildlife in a natural bush setting just 45 minutes from the centre of Sydney. This is a great place to hand feed kangaroos, wallabies and emu, or get a photo with a cuddly koala.... Click to continue>
Koala Park Sanctuary
Koala Park Sanctuary is set in ten acres of bushland and native gardens just 30 minutes from the heart of Sydney. As well, as koalas, the sanctuary has Red Kangaroos, Grey Kangaroos, Wombats, Dingoes, Echidnas, numerous species of wallabies, Emus,... Click to continue>
Mogo Zoo
Mogo Zoo is a privately owned zoo located in the village of Mogo about ten kilometres south of Batemans Bay. The zoo is a major tourist attraction on the New South Wales south coast, and winner of a number of regional tourism awards. Mogo Zoo runs... Click to continue>
Nowra Wildlife Park
North Nowra
Nowra Wildlife Park is the largest Australian native animal park on the New South Wales South Coast. The park is set on six hectares on the banks of the Shoalhaven River, and is home to over a hundred species of mammals, birds and reptiles. The... Click to continue>
Potoroo Palace
Potoroo Palace is a not for profit wildlife sanctuary located at Merimbula in the Bega Valley of New South Wales. One of the aims of the organisation is to educate the public about the importance of the conservation of native Australian animals and... Click to continue>
Symbio Wildlife Gardens
Symbio Wildlife Gardens near Wollongong is a family owned zoo, and one of the largest privately owned freehold zoos in New South Wales. Bordering the Royal National Park, Symbio occupies sixteen acres of bushland about 45 minutes south of Sydney and... Click to continue>
Taronga Western Plains Zoo
Taronga Western Plains Zoo is located on the outskirts of Dubbo in central New South Wales. It is about five and a half hours drive from Sydney, Canberra and Newcastle. Western Plains Zoo opened in 1977 and was the first Australian open range zoo.... Click to continue>
Taronga Zoo
Taronga Zoo is one Australia’s most famous zoos, and one of the major tourist attractions in Sydney. Just 12 minutes from the city by ferry, the zoo offers visitors the best day out in Sydney with free keeper talks and shows throughout the day. The... Click to continue>
The Living Desert Flora & Fauna Sanctuary
Broken Hill
The Living Desert Reserve covers 2400 hectares of land in the Barrier Ranges about 9km from the City of Broken Hill. The landscape and scenery within the reserve is stunning and can be accessed via a number of walking trails. “The Living Desert... Click to continue>
Waterfall Springs Wildlife Sanctuary
Waterfall Springs Wildlife Sanctuary is located in Kulnura on the Central Coast of New South Wales. It is a privately owned non-profit organisation that works in association with various zoos, Government wildlife services and local community groups... Click to continue>
Wirrimbirra Sanctuary
The main focus of the Sanctuary is preserving what remains of the Bargo Brush, propagating and propagating Australian plants, and public education on Australian environmental issues. The Sanctuary has over 200 acres of preserved native bushland and... Click to continue>

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