Australian Wildlife

List of Australian Zoos & Wildlife Sanctuaries, Victoria

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Ballarat Wildlife Park
Sovereign Hill
Ballarat Wildlife Park is a regional zoo situated only five minutes from Sovereign Hill in Victoria. The Park is owned by Greg Parker, who established the sanctuary in 1987. Set on 32 acres of woodland, the Park is home to a variety of Australian... Click to continue>
Halls Gap Zoo
Halls Gap
Halls Gap Zoo is located about 7km from Halls Gap in a beautiful bushland setting in the foothills of the Grampians National Park. The Zoo was opened in the early 1980’s and originally known as Wallaroo Wildlife Park. It changed hands in 1998 and... Click to continue>
Healesville Sanctuary
Healesville Sanctuary is one of the best known wildlife sanctuaries in Australia. It is located in the Yarra Valley region, 65 kilometres from Melbourne, and features more than two hundred species of Australian wildlife including kangaroos, koalas... Click to continue>
Jirrahlinga Koala Wildlife Sanctuary
Barwon Heads
The Jirrahlinga Koala and Wildlife Sanctuary sits on two hectares of land a few minutes drive north of the sea-side village of Barwon Heads in Victoria. Jirrahlinga (the word is Aboriginal meaning "Seek a home for a kangaroo") was established in the... Click to continue>
Kyabram Fauna Park
Goulburn Valley
Kyabram Fauna Park is located near the town of Kyabram in the Goulburn Valley of northern Victoria. The Park covers about 55 hectares of woodland, wetlands and lakes. The Park was created to rejuvenate an area of degraded farmland and public land... Click to continue>
Mansfield Zoo
Mansfield Zoo is located in North Eastern Victoria, about 10 minutes drive from Mansfield and 40 minutes from Mt Buller. The Zoo lies in the Delatite Valley, with views out to the Alpine Ranges including Mt Timbertop, Mt Buller and Mt Stirling.... Click to continue>
Melbourne Zoo
Melbourne Zoo is located in Royal Park about 4km north of the city centre. The Zoo has over 300 species of animals from all over the world in lush landscaped grounds. Melbourne Zoo opened in 1862 on the Royal Park site, and is Australia’s oldest... Click to continue>
Moonlit Sanctuary Wildlife Conservation Park
Mornington Peninsula
Moonlit Sanctuary Wildlife Conservation Park is located on the Mornington Peninsula in Victoria on the way from Melbourne to Phillip Island. Moonlit Sanctuary Wildlife Conservation Park was the childhood dream of Chief Ranger Michael Johnson,... Click to continue>
Werribee Open Range Zoo
Werribee Open Range Zoo is about 30 minutes drive of Melbourne on the way to the Great Ocean Road. Along with Melbourne Zoo and Healesville Sanctuary, the Werribee Open Range Zoo is one Victoria’s top three zoos. It used to be known as Victoria’s... Click to continue>

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