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Alma Park Zoo

Alma Park Zoo Koala

Alma Park Zoo offers a range of experiences, providing guests the opportunity to get up close and personal with some of the animals, including Red Panda VIP experiences, Marmoset VIP Experiences, Cuddling Koalas and even holding a snake or crocodile.

Alma Park Zoo is set on 40 acres with 12 acres set under a rainforest canopy. Alma Park Zoo provides a safe and affordable family day out including education and awareness through their displays, staff and unique animal interaction opportunities.

A day at Alma Park Zoo will allow you and your family to discover a wide range of Australian, international, exotic and endangered animals. The zoo currently exhibits over 50 different species and 229 individual animals.

You can touch and even cuddle our Koala's, Snakes and Crocodiles, and hand feed the Kangaroo's and the Deer.

Alma Park Zoo has free BBQ facilities and picnic lawns in our rainforest gardens for you to enjoy. Or you can buy snacks and meals at our own Palm Cafe.

The Zoo also runs an adoption program, which anyone can participate in, with all monies going to the upkeep of the zoo, ensuring that efforts can continue in supporting the many endangered animals.

Currently at $120, people adopting an animal get a certificate of adoption and year round access to the zoo so you can keep in touch your adopted animal.

Alma Park Zoo is located approximately 30 minutes north of the Brisbane CBD. Take the 138 Exit (Narangba exit) off the Bruce Highway. Travelling south from the Sunshine Coast allow 40 minutes travelling time. Once you have taken exit 138 Alma Park Zoo is only a few minutes drive away.

Public Transport is also available and departs Roma Street Station at 9.02am every day or Central Railway Station at 9.08am (except Christmas Day) on the Caboolture Line. Catch this fast, Queensland Rail air-conditioned train to Dakabin Station.

Arriving (Dakabin) at 9.50am. Alma Park Zoo's complimentary bus will bring you to the Zoo.

The complimentary Zoo Bus will then depart again at 1.30pm for Dakabin Station to connect with the 1.47pm train back to Brisbane.

Photo: Supplied by Alma Park Zoo


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