1. Wildlife HQ
Wildlife HQ is home to native and exotic animals from around the world! They are located at the Iconic Big Pineapple on the Sunshine Coast QLD. The story of Wildlife HQ is akin to the story of Noah’s Ark. Zoo owner, Julie Seabrook and her team of dedicated Keepers, undertook the mammoth task of moving 200 animals from Alma Park Zoo to their new home at Wildlife HQ. If you thought moving home was tough, try packing a herd of Indian Blackbuck, Red Pandas, troops of South American monkeys, a bearcat, and pack of dingos…Read More
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Review on Trip Advisor – “Was recommended by workmates to visit Wildlife HQ and what a fantastic zoo it is! You can get up close with the animals and there is so much to see! The park isn’t extremely huge and alot of the walkways are shaded so you won’t feel hot and sweaty after a few hours of walking. Most importantly, it was easy to find the animals in their enclosures and shelters so there were lots of great photo opportunities! Our family favourite were the gibbons. They were absolutely adorable and extremely entertaining!!! We could’ve sat and watched them for ages but there was heaps more to experience! Overall: Excellent value for money and certainly worth the visit!” – Roast_lover
2. Australia Zoo
Located an hour north of Brisbane on Queensland’s Sunshine Coast, Australia Zoo has a team of passionate conservationists working around-the-clock to deliver animal experiences like no other. Steve and Terri Irwin’s vision has always been to make Australia Zoo the biggest and best wildlife conservation facility in the world. There is no zoo like Australia Zoo!
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Review on Wordofmouth – “Had the most amazing day! Chauffeure driven guided tour by the amazing Veda. She definitely knows her stuff our tour was very informative! Such a great lady. We definitely recommend Veda as your Australia zoo tour guide. She is definitely an asset to the zoo.” – myhouseofhair