Everyone enjoys visiting zoos. Melbourne Zoo provides a perfect day out for mums, dads and kids so find out more what this exciting place offers everyone. There are many fascinating animals in the zoo some of which are:-
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Melbourne Zoo holds many events throughout the year such as meeting the keepers who can tell you stories about the animals they look after. There are also wild garden weekends, Christmas parties and action packed days where children have access to secret parts of the zoo to meet the animals, take part in games and have great fun with other kids.
After a couple of hours seeing different animal species why not recharge your batteries and enjoy a coffee as well as a snack? There are many eateries with names such as the Lakeside Bistro, the Zoo Bakery, the Plaza Takeaway and the Wild Dogs Cafe. Order a freshly made meal then start off on your travels again to take in behind the scenes with:-
Zoo keepers can explain the habits of all the animals youÃÂ¢ÃÂÃÂre sure to see when visiting Melbourne Zoo along with offering information about any new creatures. A twelve year old male gorilla called Otana was recently added to the Gorilla Rainforest while a peek at springÃÂ¢ÃÂÃÂs first little penguin chicks in their burrow makes a wonderful experience.
ItÃÂ¢ÃÂÃÂs advisable to plan your visit to Melbourne Zoo by taking a look at the zoo map, finding out when the zoo is open and what the admission fees are. Read about the many zoo highlights, where to eat, accessibility and the offer of being able to hire a venue or facilities for a corporate day, a kiddieÃÂ¢ÃÂÃÂs party, Christmas or an outdoor event. The highlights of a family visit to this fascinating zoo means you can see Sumatran tigers, koalas and kangaroos in a bush setting close up. Learn how to help save wildlife and take a look at the many exhibits you may have never seen before.
Teach your children the importance of taking care of wild, endangered species of animals by visiting Melbourne Zoo. Show them the butterfly house or follow the trail of elephants to their home in a replica of an Asian village. This special day out is great fun for everyone while providing an insight into how many different animals live, rest and play.