2D1N Sydney Taronga Zoo Roar and Snore Camp
- Camp in safari style tents in the heart of Australia’s most famous zoo, giving you a taste of the wild side!
- Wake up to spectacular views of the Sydney Opera House and Harbour Bridge, and the splendid Sydney cityscape
- Get an up close and personal encounter with some of the zoo’s friendliest creatures at the campsite!
- Experience two interactive Keeper Tours of the zoo, with more opportunities to get close to the animals
- Enjoy the delicious buffet style dinner and light continental breakfast included in your adventure
What to expect
Eager to get up close to Australia's famous wildlife but don't have the time to get out of the Sydney? Taronga Zoo's Roar and Snore Camp is an incredible experience for city travelers who want to go out and see Australia's wild side. The first day brings you the zoo where you'll first enjoy a thrilling twilight walk throughout the premises on the way to the camp site. You can enjoy some delicious canapes and welcome drinks and here you can meet some of the species that the zoo staff care for. Australia is well known for its huge array of unique native creatures, and you will definitely enjoy learning about the ones currently located within the zoo. Following this, dinner is served, and you'll do well to eat your fill, as afterwards, it's time to go on a zoo night safari! Explore the zoo with the staff and fellow campers, meeting a wide variety of various species both native and exotic. There are thousands of species in the zoo, and it's a fascinating experience to see how they behave at night. You also can't miss the splendid harbor views, giving you a breathtaking look at the cityscape of Sydney twinkling in the night. After unwinding at the campsite with some coffee, tea and dessert, it's lights out in the luxury glamping accommodations, as you have to get up early the next day. After your coffee and continental breakfast, you get to learn more about the zoo itself as you go on a behind the scenes tour. The guides will happily show you how they care for the different animals in the zoo, such as how they're bred and raised, how they are fed, and even get up close to rare, exotic residents of the park. At the end of the tours, you are then free to explore the zoo as you wish for the rest of the day, giving you a whole new appreciation for the zoo and its animals.
Things to note
What To Bring:
- Wet-weather gear (in the case of raining)
- Enclosed Shoes (Heels, Sandals or Thongs not recommended)