Tasmania Zoo

Parks and Gardens

Tasmania Zoo is a local family owned business nestled in the foothills of the Tamar Valley, 18kms from Launceston CBD. Tasmania Zoo first opened its doors in 2003, exhibiting birds and a small number of native species. It has since grown to feature the largest collection of native and exotic wildlife in Tasmania. These species include a number of endemic Tasmanian animals, as well as native and exotic species recognised as critically endangered.
Tasmania Zoo is fully accredited through the Zoo and Aquarium Association of Australasia (ZAA) and offers the second largest collection of primates in any private zoo in Australia and we are the only zoo in Australia to exhibit the endangered black crested macaque.
Tasmania Zoo believes in creating a balance between wildlife conservation, education and entertainment in a natural environment that gives all visitors an up-close and hands-on wildlife experience for a greater understanding of why conservation is so important for our future.
From the world’s largest rodent to the world’s smallest monkey there’s something for everyone at Tasmania Zoo.

Facilities

Barbeque Cafe Carpark Coach Parking Family Friendly Food and Refreshments Free Wifi Kiosk Picnic Area Public Toilet Shop / Gift Shop

Activities

Birdwatching

Disabled Assistance

Disabled access available

Accreditation

Australian Tourism Accreditation COVID Clean Practicing Business COVID Safe

Rates

From AU$17.00

Adults $29.50
Children (2 – 15 years) $17.00
Students $26.00
Seniors $26.00
Family pass (2 adults + 2 children) $87.00

Nearby Things to Do

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Families exploring the wetlands

Tamar Island Wetlands Centre and Reserve

Riverside, West Tamar

Tamar Valley Resort

Grindelwald Swiss Village (Attraction)

Grindelwald, West Tamar

Tasmania Fly Fishing

Tasmania Fly Fishing

Riverside, West Tamar

Mountain bike riding

Trevallyn Dam

Launceston

Cheetah

Tasmania Zoo

Riverside, West Tamar

Notley Fern Gorge

Notley Fern Gorge

Legana, West Tamar