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Zoos

Symbio Wildlife Gardens

4 Reviews

7-11 Lawrence Hargrave Drive

Helensburgh, NSW, 2508

Symbio Wildlife Gardens

Located 45 minutes south of Sydney, you can cuddle a Koala or hand feed Kangaroos in 16 acres of natural bushland.

With over 1,000 animals Symbio has Australian native, farmyard and exotic animals. Symbio is recognised for the hands on experiences allowing a close encounter with their wildlife - so don't forget the camera! Daily demonstrations and keeper talks commence 11.30am.

A fantastic way to spend a day with family or friends, or enjoy for a few hours on your self driving tour to enjoy Australian wildlife up close.

Lunch in their undercover shelters, picnic poolside or on their park lawns. Symbio offers a relaxed environment where you can spend a day
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Contact details

(02) 4294 1244

Features

  • Family Friendly
  • Parking

Disabled Facilities

  • Disabled Parking

REVIEWS (4)

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OVER 2 years AGO

This zoo is clean, expansive with great natural animal enclosures. You an get up close and personal with many animals. The shows are informative and start roughly in time. We saw the tiger show and it took about 5-7mins to get going.

There are plenty of places to sit and have a picnic. I highly suggest you take food with you as choices are limited and high in cost.

GerryMUC
local star
279 Reviews
OVER 3 years AGO

New attractions arrived ! They now have Cheetahs, Ringtailed Le Mour and the absolute favourit Barn is finally open to the public, it will feature baby chicken, pigs and other farm animals which can be touched, cuddled and fed! My Kids love it and yours will too!

Tomuchtime
local star
215 Reviews
OVER 4 years AGO

Went to visit friends and they took us to the zoo with out little one. We were presently surprised and there was lots to see. Great being able to feed the animals even though they do seem a little over fed (not by the zoo!) by others so not too interested in eating. Beware of the goats as they will try and steal your feed bags. Also a pool there, not sure if that's usable in summer??

GerryMUC
local star
279 Reviews
OVER 4 years AGO

Cant believe I am the first to write a review. This is such a lovely place to be with the kids. It is affordable (we have a yearly pass) and all staff is so passionate. The park is going to have new atractions coming soon and our daughter loves the new reptile cave. The tiger enclousure is impressive and the kangaruhs which can be fed and touched are always a major attraction. They even have a pool so bring your swimmers!

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