Taronga Zoo, Mosman, Australia

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  • 5 mentions in What's the best place to see a kangaroo in or around Sydney?

    • Klaudia C.

      Klaudia C. said, "...to spot them which is in Sydney. The more you venture out though the better chances you have . everyone mentioned Taronga Zoo and don't dismiss this as it's a zoo like no other. You can still pat and interact with them..." See More

    • Michael S.

      Michael S. said, "...Tough one, Diana. There are lots of "controlled" environments in which to see Kangas in Sydney. WILD LIFE Sydney and the Taronga Zoo are good places to interact with kangaroos. In the Blue Mountains (a drive west from the city) you can..." See More

    • christina g.

      christina g. said, "...in the wild which I feel your best bet would be Tasmania. However if you do not have the option, the Taronga Zoo is great and has an area where you can walk through the kangaroo "den" and pet/feed them. Hope this..." See More

    • Christopher B.

      Christopher B. said, "...see a handful eventually but it won't be that great as they won't be as friendly as the ones at the Taronga Zoo. Chances are that as soon as they see your car, they'll bounce away before you get the camera..." See More

    • Rory W.

      Rory W. said, "...Go to Taronga Zoo..." See More

  • 3 mentions in Best 3 Day Adventure Itinerary in Sydney

    • Michelle D.

      Michelle D. said, "...mild weather in winter. Wildlife? That's a bit trickier. The only place you can be certain of seeing it is at Taronga Zoo- and the views back over the city and the harbour from there are incredible. Of course, if you..." See More

    • josh p.

      josh p. said, "...or near the CBD: 1. The Spit to Manly - Nice way of seeing the harbor, and getting some exercise 2. Taronga Zoo- Great location and if you catch the public ferry there, you get some time on the harbor. 3...." See More

    • Maria K.

      Maria K. said, "...Botanic Gardens around the Sydney Opera House to Mrs Macquaries Chair Then in the arvo head to an overnight stay at Taronga Zoo (book early) for the Roar and Snore tour. This was such a great experience. Then you can cart your..." See More

  • 3 mentions in First Trip to Sydney, 8 days, what should i do?

    • Bruce J.

      Bruce J. said, "...in the wild. Kangaroos are beautiful creatures and there are tours that specialise in seeing kangaroos in the wild. 5. See Taronga Zoo or Featherdale Wildlife Park to see Australian animals. 6. Visit the Blue Mountains City Council, a huge area of..." See More

    • Peter C.

      Peter C. said, "...Harbour is Sydney's jewel, I'd do a walk along side it, probably the Spit to Manly Walk or the Balmoral to Taronga Zoo If the latter stop on the way at Ripples Chowder Bay or Gunners BarracksRipples or the Gunners Barracks for..." See More

    • Lorraine M.

      Lorraine M. said, "...area of Sydney now with great restaurants, bars, etc. Take ferry to Manly-you may see the tiny penguins if you're lucky. Taronga Zoo. Sydney Opera House Opera House. Viewing platform of Sydney Tower for views. Shop in the Queen Victoria Building.Do..." See More

  • 2 mentions in Best hikes in/around Sydney?

    • Daniel B.

      Daniel B. said, "...For a short, great walk, catch the ferry to Taronga Zoo, then walk East around to Hunters Bay.. Probably about a 2 hour walk.. (not a hike though)..." See More

    • David R.

      David R. said, "...warm you can stop for swims along the way, and at the finish. The views are stunning. 2. The second is Taronga Zoo to Balmoral Beach which again offers stunning views, this time of the main part of Sydney Harbour. 3. For..." See More

  • 1 mention in Itinerary for 6 days in sydney

    • David and Le M.

      David and Le M. said, "...Mountains - In Sydney itself, there is Harbour Bridge Climb Royal Botanic Gardens - you could catch a ferry over to Taronga Zoo, if you like history, then you may want to visit Q Station or Government House. September is a..." See More

  • 1 mention in How many days do I need to visit Sydney and the Great Barrier Reef?

    • Caterina P.

      Caterina P. said, "...but I enjoy travelling at a slow pace... I really wanted to visit the Luna Park at Milsons Point and the Taronga Zoo (in this article you might find some reasons...) but 5 weeks in Australia turned out to be just 5..." See More

  • 1 mention in Itinerary for must visit places for my first time dream trip to Australia!

    • Adam V.

      Adam V. said, "...I'd break down your time: Sydney - 5 days (Day 1: Circular Quay/The Rocks; Day 2: Ferry to Manly; Day 3: Taronga Zoo, Cockatoo Island; Day 4: Bondi Beach-to-Bronte Beach ocean walk; Day 5: Oxford Street, Paddington)Kangaroo Island - 3-4 daysBarossa..." See More

  • 1 mention in Lesser-known "must see" places during 5 days in and around Sydney?

    • Cailin O.

      Cailin O. said, "...from Circular Quay. Or you can jump on a ferry at Circular Quay to take you to Manly or to the Taronga Zoo my favourite Zoo in the whole world and its really cool, lots of great animals from red pandas to..." See More

  • 1 mention in What do I need to know about Aussie culture?

    • Lorraine M.

      Lorraine M. said, "...definitely go to Manly-take a ferry and get a view of the Sydney Opera House and the bridge from the ferry. Taronga Zoo worth a look.Try to get up to the Blue Mountains outside Sydney, and the Jenolan Caves. The southern Highlands..." See More

  • 1 mention in Can't miss tourist destinations in Australia?

    • Juliana H.

      Juliana H. said, "...Definitely Sydney! A really fun city and lots of things you can do with your kids like the Taronga Zoo or Luna Park! I would look and see when the Sydney festival is, could be another fun option for all of you...." See More

  • 1 mention in Weekend get away from Sydney?

    • Alica B.

      Alica B. said, "...Queen Victoria Building, Taronga Zoo, BridgeClimb, Hunter Valley, Three Sisters and many other places which you can explore around the Sydney...." See More

  • 1 mention in Should I rent a car in Sydney or is the transit good enough to get around?

    • Michael H.

      Michael H. said, "...Darling Harbour or North Sydney are good options. Travelling on the harbour is a great way to enjoy the city including Taronga Zoo, Vaucluse and many other lovely spots. I agree with the other comments recommending that you hire a car..." See More

  • 1 mention in What's the best neighborhood in Sydney for a first time visitor?

    • Karen R.

      Karen R. said, "...cooler side of Sydney. While you are here you must visit the Blue Mountain(a day trip at least on the train), Taronga Zoo (a ferry trip across the harbour and a great day to see all our beautiful animals), Bondi Beach,and ask..." See More

  • 1 mention in Where to take parents around Sydney?

    • Michelle D.

      Michelle D. said, "... Taronga Zoo is a great spot for a family activity and it has the added advantage of amazing views over Sydney Harbour. You should head down to the iconic Bondi Beach and I'd recommend the cliff walk from there to Bronte Beach..." See More

  • 1 mention in Please help with 14 days itinerary in Australia

    • Maria K.

      Maria K. said, "...through the city. Royal Botanic Gardens to Mrs Macquaries Chair, around Sydney Opera House and have a picnic in Hyde Park Taronga Zoo, have a roar and snore night where you stay in luxury tents and do tours/feeding throughout the Zoo...." See More