Australian Wildlife

List of Australian Zoos & Wildlife Sanctuaries, Queensland

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Alma Park Zoo
Alma Park Zoo is located about 30 minutes drive north of Brisbane. The zoo is on 40 acres and is nicely landscaped with about 12 acres under a rainforest canopy. Although not on the same scale as Taronga Zoo or Melbourne Zoo, Alma Park Zoo makes a... Click to continue>
Australia Zoo
Sunshine Coast
Australia Zoo is located on the Queensland Sunshine Coast near the Glasshouse Mountains north of Brisbane. It is one of Australia’s most popular tourist attractions, and the Home of The Crocodile Hunter, the late Steve Irwin. The Zoo has its origin... Click to continue>
Australian Butterfly Sanctuary
The Australian Butterfly Sanctuary at Kuranda Village in northern Queensland is the largest butterfly aviary in Australia. The landscaped Butterfly Sanctuary is home to over 1500 hand-reared tropical butterflies. All the butterflies are local... Click to continue>
Billabong Sanctuary
Billabong Sanctuary is an Australian native animal wildlife park set in eleven hectares of natural bushland, some twenty minutes south of Townsville in Queensland. The sanctuary has over a hundred species of mammals and reptiles, including wild... Click to continue>
Cairns Tropical Zoo
Cairns Tropical Zoo is situated about 20 minutes drive from the centre of Cairns in north Queensland. The Zoo features a range of Australian and exotic animals, housed amongst six hectares of tropical gardens. Many of the animals are indigenous to... Click to continue>
Currumbin Sanctuary
Gold Coast
Currumbin Sanctuary is one of the best love tourist attractions on the Queensland Gold Coast. With over 1400 animals and birds, the Sanctuary has one of the largest collections of Australian native wildlife in the world. The Sanctuary dates back to... Click to continue>
Darling Downs Zoo
The Darling Downs Zoo is a small regional zoo situated on the eastern Darling Downs in Queensland, between Toowoomba and Warwick. The zoo is privately owned by Steve and Stephanie Robinson who have extensive animal keeping experience from their... Click to continue>
David Fleay Wildlife Park
Gold Coast
David Fleay Wildlife Park is situated in natural bushland in Burleigh Heads on the Queensland Gold Coast. The park is dedicated to the memory of naturalist Dr David Fleay. The aim of the park is to exhibit Australian native animals in surroundings... Click to continue>
Dreamworld Theme Park
Gold Coast
Dreamworld on the Gold Coast is Australia's most popular theme park. Situated on the Pacific Highway, about twenty minutes drive north of Surfers Paradise and forty minutes south of Brisbane, it is a favorite with both domestic and international... Click to continue>
Hartley's Crocodile Adventures
Hartley’s Crocodile Adventures is situated on the coastal drive between Palm Cove and Port Douglas in Tropical North Queensland. The park contains a range of habitat types including melaleuca wetland, rainforest and eucalypt woodland. The site of... Click to continue>
Lone Pine Koala Sanctuary
Lone Pine Koala Sanctuary in Brisbane is the largest koala sanctuary in the world, with over 130 koalas. For overseas visiting Brisbane, Lone Pine Sanctuary is one of the most popular tourist attractions, with memorable opportunities to cuddle a... Click to continue>
Mirimar Cruise To Lone Pine Koala Sanctuary
For visitors to Brisbane, an easy way to get an appreciation of Australian wildlife is a trip to Lone Pine Koala Sanctuary. A relaxing way to visit the sanctuary is with a river cruise on the MV Mirimar, a comfortable cruise boat with licensed bar... Click to continue>
Rainforestation Nature Park
Rainforestation Nature Park is located five minutes from Kuranda Village and about half an hour drive from Cairns in north Queensland. The Park is set on 40 hectares surrounded by World Heritage rainforest. Rainforestation has three main... Click to continue>
Rockhampton Zoo
Rockhampton Zoo is situated in the Botanic Gardens next to the Murray Lagoon in Rockhampton, Queensland. The Zoo is home to over fifty species of native and exotic animals. Established in 1869, the Rockhampton Zoo has become a popular a tourist... Click to continue>
Sea World
Gold Coast
Sea World is a popular theme park on the Gold Coast in south east Queensland. As well as the animal attractions there are lots of rides and activities making it a fun day out for the whole family. However, this article is about the animals and does... Click to continue>
Snakes Downunder Reptile Park
Snakes Downunder Reptile Park is located near Childers in Queensland. The park is run by Ian Jenkins who has been handling snakes for over 40 years. Ian has long had a fascination for snakes, having grown up in Africa where his father had an... Click to continue>
The Rainforest Habitat
Port Douglas
The Rainforest Habitat is a wildlife park set on eight acres in Port Douglas, north Queensland. The park features three different environmental habitats: rainforest, wetlands, and grasslands. The Rainforest area represents the Wet Tropics with... Click to continue>

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