Explore Werribee Open Range Zoo these winter school holidays as it comes to life after dark with thrilling fire shows, animal encounters, marshmallow toasting, the shadow puppet theatre and a secret garden to explore.
Exciting news for Zoos Victoria! Children will continue to receive free entry to Melbourne Zoo, Healesville Sanctuary and Werribee Open Range Zoo thanks to an announcement made by Premier Daniel Andrews. That's not all! The Victorian Government has also committed $9 million for a new, state-of-the-art facility for Melbourne Zoo's Big Cats. Find out more at http://www.zoo.org.au/news/snow-leopards-children-tigersoh-my
Werribee Open Range Zoo has a new attraction - Hippo Beach! Watch the hippos as they snooze on the bank and splash through the water, then hit the relax button and find a deck chair to enjoy or swing with the summer breeze in a comfy hammock.
Did you see and experience the Glow Zone during Wild Nights at Werribee Open Range Zoo? | www.zoo.org.au
Are you all ready for Wild Nights? You bring a warm coat, a torch and your sense of adventure. We’ll provide the entertainment, amazing animals and the marshmallows! Wild Nights will run at the Werribee Open Range Zoo for 15 nights from Saturday 28th June, and in this time our visitors will toast approximately 50 kilograms of marshmallows! Delicious! See you by the campfire! | www.zoo.org.au
Rhythm of Africa returns this summer to Werribee Open Range Zoo! Every Saturday night during January and February head to Werribee Open Range Zoo for an evening of live African music, African-inspired street food, kids' activities and animal viewing.
The Royal Melbourne Zoological Gardens, commonly known as the Melbourne Zoo, contains more than 320 animal species from Australia and around the world. The zoo is 4 kilometres north of the centre of Melbourne