I love this Zoo. It's an adventure and well laid out. The giraffes are the highlight and feeding them a privilege I won't forget. Finding the kiwi in the dark is challenging but exciting.
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Wellington is really interactive and busy...the first Zoo we've been too where the animals are actually awake and also visible not sure if that was due to the time. Parking can be a hassle but if you don't mind walking then there's no problem, enjoyable...More
Popped down to make the most of the Winter Wednesday promotion they were running, and hadn't been for years. Clean, and well designed park, with lots of really interesting Animals, Birds and Plants. Great written captions on the enclosures to learn a bit about what...More
I visited this zoo 6 years ago and found it quite depressing. This time however the environment was hugely improved with lots interesting little buildings, signage and things to do. The enclosures were large and some newly updated. The zoo offers several close animal encounters...More
All the staff were fantastic but especially the lady with purple/blue hair who was absolutely wonderful with her talks about the different animals. Thank you so much.
Grand Kids loved it and (so did grand dad just quietly) Starting to show its age in places but still a nice day out and great company with the family
It was relatively quiet and we were lucky to see the animals up close (behind the safety barriers) especially the tiger that was pacing back and forwards behind the glass just a few inches from our heads - our grandson was really thrilled. This felt...More
Wow, I forgot Wellington is all on hills. Felt very sorry for the animals not having flat ground, especially the cheetahs. Food outlets are minimal and not very good. Take food with you. We took the bus from town which was very good.