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Sydney Wildlife Tours Sydney

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Sydney Wildlife Tours
George Street
Sydney
NSW
2000
Tel: 0479 010 227

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The address given is for administrative purposes, the actual tour departure points will be explained at time of booking. They also offer hotel pick ups

Where are we going today?

There are SO many great things to explore in Sydney with the kids, so why not visit a company that has done all the hard work for you - Sydney Wildlife Tours!

Sydney Wildlife Tours operate a number of family friendly trips focusing on wildlife and nature, so you can explore what really makes Sydney great (be warned, there is a LOT!)

The 1 Day Tours can take you through some great wildlife parks, as well as National Parks, and kids can even see ancient Aboriginal rock carvings too. What a great history lesson!

If you want to really get out and explore, then the ocean it is for your family! Sydney Wildlife Tours don't always stick to land, and the whale and dolphin watching tours will really give the kids memories they won't be forgetting in a long time!

For those active families, there is also National Park hiking, where you can even visit the oldest designated National Park in the entire world! (It was way back in 1879 that it was designated - do you know which one it would be?)

If you are REALLY loving adventure in Sydney, and want to extend your family day out to TWO days, then Sydney Wildlife Tours have the perfect adventure for you.  You can hand-feed giant stingrays, visit local wineries, and get up close to incredible wildlife like kangaroos, emus, wombats and koalas! There is beach time for the kids where they can have a swim, AND then you can get out and try and spot those huge whales too!

You even get to stay in a cottage right on the water's edge, and enjoy a BBQ dinner. Pretty cool!

There is so much to explore in Sydney, so why not let Sydney Wildlife Tours make it even more fun!

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How much does it cost?

  • AdultsFrom $125
  • ChildrenFrom $105 (Ages 5-15)
LAST UPDATED 2016

When can we go?

Tour times vary pending which trip you choose

Year round options. Whale watching is May to Nov

I'm Hungry!

Most of the trips have tea/coffee/snacks included, and some have proper meals, like the 2 day adventure! You can enjoy a proper BBQ with that!.

Healthy Eating!

It's a good idea to take a backpack with bottled water and your favourite healthy snacks .

Any Top Tips?

They can often pick you up from your hotel, so arrange this when you book.

Need a little extra help?

Speak to staff about the tour you are interested in, and the accessibility .

More information

Make sure you bring sunscreen, a towels, sunglasses and hat, and of course comfortable footwear. .

What people are saying?

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    This place has its charms.
    I reckon if you turn up with some kids,
    follow the talks that flow through the day,
    you'd get decent value for your entry cost.

    I've only been there with a yearly all inclusive ticket.
    So we just pop in and check out what's new or the kids
    favourites and get on with something else.

    Most recently the "Merlin Annual Pass Australia" on discount is good.

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    Wide Life Sydney Zoo is an OK attraction.

    Rather than a zoo, it looks more a like a "centre" to me. The area is small and there aren't many animals inside. It took less than an hour for us to explorer everything in this zoo.

    Saying this is a WILD LIFE zoo, in fact there are quite many "show room" like display. Air conditioning was poor and we, as if human feel very warm. I am unsure how the animals inside feel.

    I might be wrong, but the anime inside look quite "sad" to me, the kangaroos sitting like they were in deep thinking. But I don't blame...Read More

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    We have been a few times to visit, as its a great way to see Australian animals. The queue was horrendous, you should definitely pre-book your tickets online. There are heaps of animals to see, and you can quite easily spend a few hours here. We were a little disappointed at the butterfly exhibit - the previous visits had butterflies everywhere, but this visit we were lucky to see 1 or 2. All the other animals were wonderful, the enclosures and venue is nice, and its easy to see everything (the one path through the venue will show you all the animals)....Read More

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    A beautiful weekend afternoon can be had by visitors of all ages at Wild Life Sydney Zoo. Growing up in rural Australia gave me the opportunity to meet some of these captive species in the wild. However the information provided and ability to see these sorts of animals up close without risk is quite a beautiful thing.

    The staff were super friendly, answered all of our questions with a wealth of knowledge and seemed to seriously care for their little friends.

    We had the opportunity to see some of the larger ones eat lunch. This was exciting and...Read More

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    I think this is the best of the nearby attractions ( Madam Tusauds, Sea life). It's good, you get to see animals and esp. a huge crocodile. Nice indoor environment with air-conditioning and a little bit outdoor too. You don't need to take hat and sunscreen.

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by Jack Liu

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Wide Life Sydney Zoo is an OK attraction.

Rather than a zoo, it looks more a like a "centre" to me. The area is small and there aren't many animals inside. It took less than an hour for us to explorer everything in this zoo.

Saying this is a WILD LIFE zoo, in fact there are quite many "show room" like display. Air conditioning was poor and we, as if human feel very warm. I am unsure how the animals inside feel.

I might be wrong, but the anime inside look quite "sad" to me, the kangaroos sitting like they were in deep thinking. But I don't blame them, as I would like to sit down for that down at that temperature myself.

Location of this place is good, it is nearby another two attractions which package tickets are generally available so you can save some dollars on admission if you plan to visit more than just WILD LIFE Sydney Zoo.

I gave them 1 star to staff friendliness and 1 star for their effort.

by Michael Watson

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We have been a few times to visit, as its a great way to see Australian animals. The queue was horrendous, you should definitely pre-book your tickets online. There are heaps of animals to see, and you can quite easily spend a few hours here. We were a little disappointed at the butterfly exhibit - the previous visits had butterflies everywhere, but this visit we were lucky to see 1 or 2. All the other animals were wonderful, the enclosures and venue is nice, and its easy to see everything (the one path through the venue will show you all the animals). Well worth it, especially for tourists wanting to see all Australian animals in the one place.

by Michael Cross

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A beautiful weekend afternoon can be had by visitors of all ages at Wild Life Sydney Zoo. Growing up in rural Australia gave me the opportunity to meet some of these captive species in the wild. However the information provided and ability to see these sorts of animals up close without risk is quite a beautiful thing.

The staff were super friendly, answered all of our questions with a wealth of knowledge and seemed to seriously care for their little friends.

We had the opportunity to see some of the larger ones eat lunch. This was exciting and a little magical to be able to witness.

I was a little disappointed to find the added costs to get to hold the snakes and koalas. It was a worth while spend though as it isn't something you get the chance to do very often.

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